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NDS Surgical Imaging Receives FDA Clearance for Dome S6c LED Widescreen 6MP Radiology Display

NDS Surgical Imaging (NDSsi) today announced it has received FDA 510(k) clearance for its new Dome® S6c diagnostic display, a 6-megapixel LED widescreen model, and the latest addition to the S-series product family.

Dome S6c Widescreen 6MP Radiology Display (Photo: Business Wire)

Dome S6c Widescreen 6MP Radiology Display (Photo: Business Wire)

The Dome S6c features 30-inch widescreen viewing, can be utilized as a single 6MP or in dual 3MP bezel-free format, and provides both grayscale and color images. A native resolution of 3280 x 2048 makes it ideal for viewing a wide range of medical imaging modalities including CR, DR, MR, CT, PET-CT, Ultrasound, and 3D Volume Rendering. Offering 800cd/m² high-bright LED-backlight technology and 1000:1 contrast ratio, the Dome S6c delivers a new benchmark in optical clarity and image brilliance in varying ambient light environments.

“The industry has been waiting for a 6MP display that checks all the right boxes, while delivering an optimal solution to our customers,” said Bill Carrano, President and General Manager of NDSsi. “Hallmarks of Dome’s intelligent engineering such as factory calibration, fanless cooling, non-reflective screens and ultra-slim design set the new Dome S6c apart as the most advanced, forward-thinking 6MP display available today.”

Lightweight and easily maneuverable at only 29 lbs, the Dome S6c provides low-power LED performance, and offers 170° viewing angle. Internal characterization data keeps the display in perfect DICOM compliance for the life of the product, with no further field calibration necessary. Dome’s RightCheck hidden front sensor performs daily DICOM conformance testing automatically, and on demand by the user from remote locations via the globally accessible DomeAccess™ secure web portal.

The Dome S6c display is covered by a 5-year standard warranty, and a 5-year backlight warranty.

For more information on the Dome by NDSsi product portfolio, please visit our website http://www.ndssi.com.

About NDS Surgical Imaging

Based in Silicon Valley, CA, NDS Surgical Imaging (NDSsi) is a global leader in designing and manufacturing medical imaging and informatics systems. NDSsi technology solutions have led the way in re-defining the modern surgical OR, radiology rooms, endoscopy suites and minimally invasive environments.

At the forefront of innovation in medical imaging technology, NDSsi delivers HD visualization and informatics products that enable the clinical imaging solutions of the future, and drive constant improvements in collaborative medicine. A division of GSI Group, NDS Surgical Imaging has US-based R&D and manufacturing facilities, and a global presence in more than 35 countries. For more information, visit www.ndssi.com.

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