Technology | November 21, 2012

NDS Surgical Imaging Releases Radiance, EndoVue Surgical Displays

November 21, 2012 — NDS Surgical Imaging (NDSsi) has expanded its family of advanced LED backlight surgical displays with the release of the new 24-inch Radiance G2, 55-inch Radiance G2 and 24-inch EndoVue monitors. The new products extend NDSsi’s role in visualization technology as the company advances its complete lineup of surgical displays to LED backlight.

Focusing solely on the medical industry, NDSsi is the first company to introduce LED in a surgical display, and the first to stabilize the LED backlight at 500 cd/m² for the life of the product with the introduction of its 26-inch Radiance G2 High-Bright display.

“Bringing all the advantages of LED backlight to our customers, and doing it affordably, has been one of our key goals,” said Jens Ruppert, vice president and general manager, Surgical Business Unit at NDSsi. “Our expertise in designing medical-grade products has enabled us to produce a wide range of advanced LED backlight displays to fit any budget, making the transition to LED easy.”

The benefits of LED backlight technology are many. LED displays consume less power, thereby reducing energy costs. New designs are slimmer, more lightweight and promise a longer product life. LED backlights run cool, eliminating the heat dissipation issues of older technologies. By offering the industry’s only stabilized LED backlight, NDSsi displays remain at the same high brightness from day one throughout the life of the product.

For more information: www.ndssi.com

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