An unprecedented level of
detail, sharpness and clarity
Offering four times the resolution of today’s HD standard, plus ultra-wide-gamut color technology, and a high-brightness LED backlight, the Radiance® Ultra 4K UHD 32” delivers an immersive visualization experience of uncompromising clarity and detail. The quad-link 3G-SDI inputs support both 2-sample interleave and square division 4K UHD formats to ensure compatibility with 4K UHD endoscopic camera systems. Exceptional brightness (650 cd/m2 typical) can increase the visibility of recessed anatomy, while proprietary Medi-Match™ color calibration assures consistent image quality and accurate color reproduction.
With 4X the resolution of HD, ultra-wide color gamut, and high brightness, the 4K UHD display improves anatomy visualization during endoscopic procedures.
Building on the award-winning innovation of Radiance Ultra series HD monitor technology, NDS has engineered intelligent and exclusive features into its 4K UHD displays. Splash-proof, edge-to-edge glass enables easy cleaning to help speed OR turnaround. An unprecedented 10-year scratch-resistant glass guarantee underscores NDS’ commitment to quality and durability.
By broadening the range of colors an LCD display can produce, the Radiance Ultra 4K UHD delivers a more true-to-life viewing experience. Innovating beyond the capabilities of the standard gamut of today’s typical HD imaging, ultra-wide-gamut technology provides visualization that more accurately resembles anatomy the human eye would visualize during an open surgical procedure.
4K UHD … what makes it better?
With over 8 million active pixels producing cutting-edge surgical video, 4K UHD imaging brings a more finely detailed and immersive visualization experience to procedures such as laparoscopy, endoscopy, and arthroscopy when compared to HD displays. The 16:9 aspect ratio of the NDS 4K UHD display perfectly matches the endoscopy camera’s output. By comparison, a 17:9 aspect ratio "True 4K" display will show blank areas of the screen at the left and right edges, or require an overscan adjustment, resulting in a loss of visual information.