Barco Nio 5MP LED MDNG-5221 User guide

Barco Nio 5MP LED MDNG-5221 User guide
Nio 5MP LED
User Guide
MDNG-5221
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Table of contents
1 Welcome! ................................................................................................................................................................................................................5
1.1 About the product.................................................................................................................................................................................6
1.2 What's in the box..................................................................................................................................................................................6
1.3 Product overview..................................................................................................................................................................................7
2 Installation .............................................................................................................................................................................................................9
2.1 Display position adjustment ........................................................................................................................................................10
2.2 Cable connections............................................................................................................................................................................ 11
2.3 VESA-mount installation...............................................................................................................................................................13
2.4 First time starting up........................................................................................................................................................................14
3 Daily operation.................................................................................................................................................................................................17
3.1 Recommendations for daily operation ..................................................................................................................................18
3.2 Key indicator lights ...........................................................................................................................................................................18
3.3 Standby switching.............................................................................................................................................................................19
3.4 Bringing up the OSD menus .......................................................................................................................................................19
3.5 Navigating through the OSD menus ......................................................................................................................................19
4 Advanced operation.....................................................................................................................................................................................21
4.1 OSD menu language ......................................................................................................................................................................22
4.2 OSD menu automatic close function......................................................................................................................................22
4.3 Power LED............................................................................................................................................................................................22
4.4 Key indicator lights ...........................................................................................................................................................................23
4.5 Power lock function..........................................................................................................................................................................23
4.6 DPMS mode.........................................................................................................................................................................................23
4.7 Hibernate ...............................................................................................................................................................................................24
4.8 Luminance target ..............................................................................................................................................................................24
4.9 Viewing modes ...................................................................................................................................................................................25
4.10 Display functions ...............................................................................................................................................................................25
4.11 Ambient Light Compensation (ALC) ......................................................................................................................................26
4.12 Reading rooms...................................................................................................................................................................................26
4.13 Embedded QA ....................................................................................................................................................................................27
4.13.1 About Embedded QA...................................................................................................................................................27
4.13.2 DICOM status report ....................................................................................................................................................27
4.13.3 DICOM compliance check ........................................................................................................................................28
4.13.4 DICOM calibration .........................................................................................................................................................28
4.13.5 Reset DICOM calibration...........................................................................................................................................28
4.13.6 DICOM error threshold ...............................................................................................................................................29
4.14 Display orientation............................................................................................................................................................................29
4.15 Video input signals ...........................................................................................................................................................................29
4.16 Video encoding modes ..................................................................................................................................................................30
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4.19
4.20
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Grayscale conversion modes.....................................................................................................................................................30
EDID timings........................................................................................................................................................................................31
EDID format .........................................................................................................................................................................................31
Display info ...........................................................................................................................................................................................32
Display status......................................................................................................................................................................................32
5 Repacking instructions..............................................................................................................................................................................33
5.1 Foot protection buffer......................................................................................................................................................................34
5.2 Repacking overview ........................................................................................................................................................................35
6 Cleaning your display .................................................................................................................................................................................37
6.1 Cleaning instructions ......................................................................................................................................................................38
7 Important information.................................................................................................................................................................................39
7.1 Safety information.............................................................................................................................................................................40
7.2 Environmental information...........................................................................................................................................................41
7.3 Regulatory compliance information ........................................................................................................................................43
7.4 EMC notice ...........................................................................................................................................................................................44
7.5 Explanation of symbols..................................................................................................................................................................46
7.6 Legal disclaimer.................................................................................................................................................................................49
7.7 Technical specifications.................................................................................................................................................................49
7.8 Open source license information .............................................................................................................................................51
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Welcome!
1.1 About the product
Overview
Thank you for choosing this Nio 5MP LED!
Nio 5MP LED is an industry-standard 5MP grayscale display system with LED backlights for dependable
diagnostic viewing in high-bright. Nio 5MP LED provides an effective display solution for a multitude of
applications and modalities.
50 more shades of gray
Equipped with high-bright LED backlights, Nio 5MP LED delivers excellent brightness and more shades of
gray to detect subtle details more quickly. The unique front sensor ensures you see consistent and precise
images at all times for confident diagnoses.
On-demand image quality checks
As the front sensor works seamlessly together with Barco's online MediCal QAWeb service for automated
Quality Assurance and calibration, Nio 5MP LED makes sure you are viewing perfect DICOM images — at the
click of a button — without interrupting your workflow.
A good investment
Using power-efficient LED backlights, Nio 5MP LED is as low in power consumption as it is high in brightness.
Because it uses less power, the display produces less heat and requires less cooling, which impacts
maintenance and operational costs. Additionally, the LED backlights offer a long lifetime — even at high
brightness — providing a high return on your investment.
CAUTION: Read all the important safety information before installing and operating your Nio 5MP
LED. Please refer to the dedicated chapter in this user guide.
1.2 What's in the box
Overview
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MDNG-5221 display
User guide
System disc
Documentation disc
DisplayPort cable
Mains cables
External power supply
USB cable
If you ordered a Barco display controller, it's also in the box together with its accessories. A dedicated user
guide is available on the documentation disc.
Keep your original packaging. It is designed for this display and is the ideal protection during
transport and storage.
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1.3 Product overview
Front
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USB-A 2.0 downstream connector
Left key
Right key
Menu key
Standby key
Power status LED
• Off: Display not powered, or display operational but power LED function disabled in OSD (see “Power
LED”, page 22)
• Steady white: Display operational
• Slow blinking amber: Display in suspend mode (requires DPMS mode to be enabled in the OSD menu,
see “DPMS mode”, page 23)
• Fast blinking amber: Display in standby mode (requires DPMS mode to be enabled in the OSD menu,
see “DPMS mode”, page 23)
• Steady amber: Display switched off via the standby key, or display in hibernate mode (requires DPMS
mode and Hibernate to be enabled in the OSD menu, see “DPMS mode”, page 23 and “Hibernate”,
page 24)
7. Front sensor
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Back
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1. DisplayPort video input
2. DVI video input
3. USB-B 2.0 upstream connector1
4. USB-A 2.0 downstream connectors (2x)
5. +24 VDC power input
6. Connector compartment cover
7. Kensington security lock
8. VESA mount cover plate
9. Cable duct
10. Foot lock clip
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Always connect the display(s) to a USB 3.0 hub if available. A USB 2.0 hub may be used but may not support more than two
connected displays. If insufficient USB resources are available on the PC, the USB cable may be left unattached and the display will
communicate essential QC information using DDC on the video cable, albeit more slowly; USB peripherals will also be ignored.
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Prior to installing your Nio 5MP LED and connecting all necessary cables, make sure to have a
suitable display controller physically installed in your computer. If you are using a Barco display
controller, please consult the user guide delivered with it to do this.
For a list of compatible display controllers, please refer to the latest version of the compatibility
matrix available on my.barco.com (MyBarco > My Support > Healthcare > Compatibility Matrices >
Barco Systems Compatibility Matrices).
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2.1 Display position adjustment
To adjust the display position
1. Pull out the red foot lock clip from the hole at the back of the foot.
Image 2-1
2. You can now safely tilt, swivel, pivot, raise and lower the display as desired.
Image 2-2
WARNING: The display must be in its highest position before it can be properly pivoted.
Store the foot lock clip in the storage hole in case the display needs to be transported later.
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Image 2-3
If, after installing the display of the system, you change the panel orientation while an image is on
the screen, the result depends on the graphic board and the resolution of the image. In some cases
the image will be rotated automatically, in other cases it will not be rotated (e.g., when pixels would
be lost after rotation). If necessary, change the image resolution in the display control panel and
restart the system after changing the orientation.
2.2 Cable connections
To connect the cables
1. Open the connector compartment. Do this by gently pushing the two lips on top of the cover, after which it
can be removed from the display.
Image 2-4
2. Connect a video source from your workstation to the corresponding video inputs on the display.
Caution: Connect only one of the two video inputs. Connecting both inputs simultaneously will result in
driver errors.
Image 2-5
3. Connect the workstation's USB host to the USB upstream connector on the display if you want to make
use of QAWeb or any of the display USB downstream connectors (e.g. to connect a keyboard, mouse,
touch pad or other peripheral).
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Image 2-6
4. Connect the supplied external DC power supply to the power input on the display.
Image 2-7
5. Route all cables through the cable duct in the stand of your display. For better strain-relief and shielding of
the cables, fix the cables with the cable straps at the inside of the connector compartment.
Image 2-8
6. Close the connector compartment cover. You will hear a “click” sound when the cover is in position.
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Image 2-9
7. Connect the external DC power supply to a grounded power outlet by using one of the power cables
included with the display.
2.3 VESA-mount installation
CAUTION: Use suitable mounting apparatus to avoid risk of injury.
WARNING: Never move a display attached to an arm by pulling or pushing the display itself.
Instead, make sure that the arm is equipped with a VESA approved handle and use this to move the
display.
Please refer to the instruction manual of the arm for more information and instructions.
WARNING: Use an arm that is approved by VESA (according to the VESA 100 mm standard).
Use an arm that can support the weight of the display. Refer to the technical specifications of this
display for the applicable weight.
Overview
The panel, standard attached to the tilt & swivel foot, is compatible with the VESA 100 mm standard. So it can
be used with an arm stand according to the VESA 100 mm standard.
Therefore, the tilt & swivel foot must be removed from the panel.
1. Put the display in the lowest position and lock the height mechanism.
Image 2-10
2. Put the display face down on a clean and soft surface. Be careful not to damage the panel screen.
3. Remove the plastic cover with a flathead screw driver.
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Image 2-11
4. Slide the plastic cover over the neck of the foot.
Image 2-12
5. Remove the four screws fixing the foot while supporting the foot.
Image 2-13
6. Attach the arm stand firmly to the panel using 4 screws M4 x 8 mm.
2.4 First time starting up
Overview
You are now ready to start up your Nio 5MP LED for the first time.
1. Switch on your Nio 5MP LED as described in “Standby switching”, page 19.
2. Turn on the computer connected to your display.
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If you have properly installed your display and display controller, the Windows start-up messages will appear
once the boot procedure is finished.
Your Nio 5MP LED will be running in a basic video mode at a default refresh rate when first time
starting up. If you are using a Barco display controller, please consult the user guide delivered with it
to install the drivers, software and documentation. When this is done, your display will automatically
detect the connected video input signal(s) and apply the correct video mode and refresh rate.
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Daily operation
3.1 Recommendations for daily operation
Optimize the lifetime of your display
Enabling the Display Power Management System (DPMS) of your display will optimize its diagnostic lifetime
by automatically switching off the backlight when the display is not used for a specified period of time. By
default, DPMS is enabled on your display, but it also needs to be activated on your workstation. To do this, go
to “Power Options Properties” in the “Control Panel”.
Barco recommends setting DPMS activation after 20 minutes of non-usage.
Use a screen saver to avoid image retention
Prolonged operation of an LCD with the same content on the same screen area may result in a form of image
retention.
You can avoid or significantly reduce the occurrence of this phenomenon by using a screen saver. You can
activate a screen saver in the “Display properties” window of your workstation.
Barco recommends setting screen saver activation after 5 minutes of non-usage. A good screen
saver displays moving content.
In case you are working with the same image or an application with static image elements for several hours
continuously (so that the screen saver is not activated), change the image content regularly to avoid image
retention of the static elements.
Understand pixel technology
LCD displays use technology based on pixels. As a normal tolerance in the manufacturing of the LCD, a
limited number of these pixels may remain either dark or permanently lit, without affecting the diagnostic
performance of the product. To ensure optimal product quality, Barco applies strict selection criteria for its LCD
panels.
To learn more about LCD technology and missing pixels, consult the dedicated white papers
available at www.barco.com/healthcare.
Enhance user comfort
Every Barco multi-head display system is color matched with the highest specifications in the market.
Barco recommends keeping color-matched displays together. Furthermore, it is important to use all
displays of a multi-head configuration at the same rate to preserve color matching throughout the
economic lifetime of the system.
Maximize quality assurance
The 'MediCal QAWeb' system offers online service for high-grade Quality Assurance, providing maximum
diagnostic confidence and uptime.
Barco recommends to install MediCal QAWeb Agent and apply the default QAWeb policy at least.
This policy includes calibration on regular intervals. Connecting to MediCal QAWeb Server offers
even more possibilities.
Learn more and sign up for the free MediCal QAWeb Essential level at www.barco.com/QAWeb.
3.2 Key indicator lights
About the key indicator lights
By default, the indicator lights of the keys will be dimmed which makes the keys unavailable at that moment.
To make the keys illuminate and available for further actions touch one of the keys. As a result, all keys will be
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illuminated and are now available for further actions. However, if no further actions are taken within the
following 5 seconds, the keys will dim again.
3.3 Standby switching
About standby switching
The connected power supply also provides a switch that can be used to turn the power completely
off. To use the display, please make sure to switch on this power supply. This can be done by
pushing the on/off switch on the power supply into the “│” position.
Switching on the display while it is in standby mode or vice versa can be done by:
1. Illuminate the keys as previously described.
2. While the keys are illuminated, touch the standby key for approximately 2 seconds.
As a result, the display will switch on or will switch to standby mode.
In case of a power outage recovery, your display will always start-up in the power mode it was in
before the power interruption (i.e. standby or on). This protects your display against inadvertent
image retention problems.
3.4 Bringing up the OSD menus
How to bring up the OSD menus
The OSD menu allows you to configure different settings to make your Nio 5MP LED fit your needs within your
working environment. Also, you can retrieve general information about your display and its current
configuration settings through the OSD menu.
Bringing up the OSD menus can be done by:
1. If not already done so, switch on the display as previously described.
2. Illuminate the keys as previously described.
3. While the keys are illuminated, touch the menu key.
As a result, the OSD main menu comes up. However, if no further actions are taken within the following 90
seconds, the OSD will disappear again.
The OSD menu auto-exit function can be disabled in the OSD menu. Please refer to“OSD menu
automatic close function”, page 22 for detailed instructions on how to do this.
3.5 Navigating through the OSD menus
How to navigate through the OSD menus
Navigating through the OSD menus can be done by:
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Use the left/right keys to move through the (sub)menus, change values or make selections.
To go into a submenu or confirm adjustments and selections, use the menu key.
Use the standby key to cancel adjustments or exit a (sub)menu.
Exit all OSD menus at once by touching the standby key for approximately 2 seconds.
The key icons are displayed above the keys, adapted to the function that it is used for (menu
dependent).
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Overview key icons
Left, Right
Menu
Enter
Cancel
Standby (IEC 60417–5009)
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4.1 OSD menu language
About the OSD menu language
By default, the OSD menu comes up in English. However, there’s a wide range of other languages available
for the OSD menu of your Nio 5MP LED.
To change the language of the OSD menu:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
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Navigate to the Configuration > User Interface > Menu menu.
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Enter the Language submenu.
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Select one of the available languages and confirm.
4.2 OSD menu automatic close function
About the OSD menu automatic close function
By default, the OSD menu will disappear automatically after approximately 90 seconds of inactivity. However,
this function can be disabled so that the OSD menu remains on the screen until manually closed.
To enable/disable the OSD menu automatic close function:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
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Navigate to the Configuration > User Interface > Menu menu.
3.
Enter the Automatic Close submenu.
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Select Enabled/Disabled as desired and confirm.
4.3 Power LED
About the power LED
To prevent distractions, the power LED is dimmed by default when the display is switched on and used in
normal operation. This behavior can be changed so that the power LED will light up during normal operation.
Below is an overview of the different power LED states, in ascending order of power consumption:
Display status
Off2
Hibernate3 / Soft off4
Suspend mode5
Standby mode5
Normal operation
Power LED behavior
Dimmed
Steady amber
Slow blinking amber
Fast blinking amber
Dimmed (power LED disabled in OSD, default setting)
Steady white (power LED enabled in OSD)
To enable/disable the power LED:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
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Navigate to the Configuration > User Interface > Indicator Lights menu.
3.
Enter the Power Status submenu.
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Power supply unplugged or switched off.
Requires DPMS mode and Hibernate to be enabled in the OSD menu.
Switched off via the standby touch key.
Requires DPMS mode to be enabled in the OSD menu.
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Select Enabled/Disabled as desired and confirm.
4.4 Key indicator lights
About the key indicator lights
By default, after lighting up, the key indicator lights will dim again if no further actions are taken within the
following 5 seconds. However, this behavior can be changed so that the key indicator lights are always on or
always off.
To configure the key indicator lights
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
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Navigate to the Configuration > User Interface > Indicator Lights menu.
3.
Enter the Keys submenu.
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Select Automatic/Always On/Always Off as desired and confirm.
4.5 Power lock function
About the power lock function
By enabling the power lock function, the Nio 5MP LED is forced to remain switched on. This means that it can’t
be switched to stand-by mode manually until the power lock function is disabled again.
To enable/disable the power lock function:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
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Navigate to the Configuration > User Interface > Controls menu.
3.
Enter the Power Lock submenu.
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Select Enabled/Disabled as desired and confirm.
4.6 DPMS mode
About DPMS mode
Enabling the Display Power Management System (DPMS) mode on your display will optimize its diagnostic
lifetime by automatically switching off the backlight when the display is not used for a specified period of time.
By default, DPMS mode is enabled on your display, but it also needs to be activated on your workstation. To
do this, go to the “Power options properties” window of your workstation.
Barco recommends setting DPMS activation after 20 minutes of non-usage.
When DPMS mode is enabled on your display, an additional OSD power saving function becomes
available: hibernate. Please refer to “Hibernate”, page 24 for more information on hibernation and
how to enable this function.
To enable/disable DPMS mode on your display:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Power Management menu.
3.
Enter the DPMS Mode submenu.
4.
Select Enabled/Disabled as desired and confirm.
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4.7 Hibernate
About hibernate
When hibernate is enabled, not only the backlight will be switched off, but also other functionalities will be
disabled to further reduce power consumption to a minimum. This happens after a specific period of time
which can be manually adjusted.
Hibernate can only be enabled on your display when the DPMS mode is enabled first. Therefore,
please refer to “DPMS mode”, page 23 to do this.
Please connect your keyboard or mouse to your PC rather than to the display's USB ports when
hibernate is enabled.
To enable/disable hibernation on your display:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Power Management menu.
3.
Enter the Hibernate submenu.
4.
Select Enabled/Disabled as desired and confirm.
To specify the hibernate time-out:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Power Management menu.
3.
Enter the Hibernate Timeout submenu.
4.
Set the time-out value as desired and confirm.
4.8 Luminance target
About the luminance target
The luminance target of your Nio 5MP LED is adjustable over a predefined range. When you change the
luminance target, the display will adjust its backlight to reach the target.
To set the luminance target:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Calibration menu.
3.
Enter the Luminance Target submenu.
4.
Set a luminance target value as desired and confirm.
The default, factory DICOM calibrated luminance value is available in the technical specifications
table. The guaranteed backlight lifetime is valid for this setting.
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4.9 Viewing modes
About viewing modes
The Nio 5MP LED can be used in two viewing modes:
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Diagnostic: This mode provides the full calibrated luminance and is intended for using the display for
diagnostic purposes.
Text: In this mode, the luminance is reduced to approximately half of the luminance. This is intended for
using the display with office applications such as word processing.
Please note that text mode is not persistent, once powered off, the unit will restart in diagnostic mode.
To quickly switch the viewing mode without having to enter the OSD menu, touch the left and right
key at the same time during normal operation.
The diagnostic mode should always be selected when the Nio 5MP LED is intended to be used in a
diagnostic environment.
To select a viewing mode:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Calibration menu.
3.
Enter the Viewing Mode submenu.
4.
Select Diagnostic/Text as desired and confirm.
4.10 Display functions
About display functions
Native, uncorrected panels will display all grayscale/color levels with luminance increments that are not
optimal for crucial diagnostic information. Studies have shown however, that in medical images certain
grayscale/color parts contain more diagnostic information then others. To respond to these conclusions,
display functions have been defined. These functions emphasize on these parts containing crucial diagnostic
information by correcting the native panel behavior.
The available display functions for your Nio 5MP LED are:
• Native: If you select Native, the native panel behavior will not be corrected.
• Dynamic Gamma 1.8 or 2.2: These are gamma functions that are shifted to take into account the non-zero
luminance of an LCD panel when driven with a “black” signal. They are especially useful in CT applications
to improve the perception of low Hounsfield values.
• DICOM: DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) is an international standard that was
developed to improve the quality and communication of digital images in radiology. In short, the DICOM
display function results in more visible grayscales in the images. Barco recommends selecting the DICOM
display function for most medical viewing applications.
• User: This display function will be automatically selected when display functions are defined by MediCal
QAWeb.
• Gamma 1.8 or 2.2: Select one of these display functions in case the display is to replace a CRT display
with a gamma of 1.8 or 2.2 respectively.
The settings of the display must be adapted to suit the requirements of the visualization software. In
case of doubt, please contact the vendor of the visualization software.
To select a display function:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Calibration menu.
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Enter the Display Function submenu.
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Select one of the available display functions and confirm.
4.11 Ambient Light Compensation (ALC)
About ALC
Ambient Light Compensation (ALC) can only be enabled on your display when the DICOM display
function is selected. Therefore, please refer to “Display functions”, page 25 to correctly set the
display function.
When ALC is enabled, the DICOM display function will be recalculated taking a preset ambient light correction
value into account. This value is determined by the selected reading room. Therefore, it is also important to
select a realistic reading room when enabling ALC. This can be done by following the instructions in “Reading
rooms”, page 26.
To enable/disable ALC:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Calibration > Ambient Light menu.
3.
Enter the Ambient Light Compensation submenu.
4.
Select Enabled/Disabled as desired and confirm.
4.12 Reading rooms
About reading rooms
Reading rooms can only be selected when the DICOM display function is selected. Therefore,
please refer to “Display functions”, page 25 to correctly set the display function.
The American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) composed a list of pre-defined reading rooms.
Each of these reading rooms are defined by following parameters:
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the maximum light allowed in this type of room
the preset ambient light correction value for this reading room
These parameters are stored in your display and determine the preset ambient light correction value to take
into account to recalculate the DICOM display function when Ambient Light Compensation (ALC) is enabled.
Please refer to “Ambient Light Compensation (ALC)”, page 26 to enable ALC.
The available reading rooms for your Nio 5MP LED are:
• CR/DR/ MAMMO: Corresponds to light conditions in diagnostic reading rooms for computed radiology,
digital radiology or mammography. This setting has the lowest maximum ambient light.
• CT/MR/NM: Corresponds to light conditions in diagnostic reading rooms for computed tomography,
magnetic resonance or nuclear medicine scans.
• Staff Office: Corresponds to light conditions in office rooms.
• Clinical Viewing Room: Corresponds to light conditions in diagnostic reading rooms for clinical viewing.
• Emergency Room: Corresponds to light conditions in emergency rooms.
• Operating Room: Corresponds to light conditions in operating rooms. This setting has the highest
maximum ambient light.
To select a reading room:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Calibration > Ambient Light menu.
3.
Enter the Reading Room submenu.
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Select one of the available reading rooms and confirm.
4.13 Embedded QA
Overview
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About Embedded QA
DICOM status report
DICOM compliance check
DICOM calibration
Reset DICOM calibration
DICOM error threshold
4.13.1 About Embedded QA
About
Embedded QA allows you to run a display calibration or compliance test directly from the display using the
OSD menus described in the next sections. Embedded QA will use the front sensor / I-Guard to measure the
necessary luminance levels for either a calibration or compliance test. Various settings for both actions can be
selected from the display’s OSD menu. The last results of both actions can be consulted from the OSD.
Embedded QA or MediCal QAWeb?
Embedded QA is not a replacement for the Barco MediCal QAWeb solution.
Although Embedded QA is a reliable option to perform a simple calibration or compliance test, Barco still
highly recommends MediCal QAWeb as the solution of choice for calibration and QA. Medical QAWeb brings
many benefits such as centralized asset management, the ability to schedule tasks, remote management,
automated reporting, alerting and specific support of regional QA standards such as DIN 6868-57, JESRA and
AAPM TG18. That's why MediCal QAWeb Agent acts as the master for all supported displays from the
moment it is installed and running. MediCal QAWeb Agent will take over from Embedded QA and overwrite
any settings which were applied by Embedded QA.
4.13.2 DICOM status report
About DICOM status report
Following information is available:
DICOM Compliance Status (status since last compliance check)
• Compliance status: Shows if the current DICOM curve is compliant or not.
• Maximum error: Shows the maximum error of the current DICOM curve. This is the deviation compared to
a perfect DICOM.
• Error threshold: Shows the error threshold. This is the maximum error allowed before a DICOM
calibration is required.
• Time elapsed since latest compliance check: Shows the backlight runtime since last compliance check.
• Display Function: Shows the current display function.
• Ambient light compensation: Shows the ambient light compensation status.
• Reading Room: Shows the selected reading room.
• Luminance: Shows the measured luminance.
• Black luminance: Shows the measured black luminance.
DICOM Calibration Status
• No calibration executed yet: No other information is visible
• Calibration executed: When the calibration is executed, the following extra information is shown: Time
elapsed since latest calibration, Display Function, Ambient Light Compensation and Reading Room.
Current DICOM Settings
• Display Function: Shows the current display function.
• Ambient Light Compensation: Shows the ambient light compensation status.
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Advanced operation
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Reading room: Shows the selected reading room.
To retrieve the DICOM status report:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Calibration > Embedded QA menu.
3.
Select DICOM Status Report to make the information visible on the screen.
4.13.3 DICOM compliance check
About DICOM compliance check
The DICOM compliance check will measure the DICOM curve of your display in different steps. After
measurement, the DICOM status report is shown.
To start DICOM compliance check:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Calibration > Embedded QA menu.
3.
Select DICOM Compliance Check to start the compliance check.
Warning: Pressing a key during the compliance check will abort the check.
4.13.4 DICOM calibration
About DICOM calibration
The DICOM calibration will add a correction to the current DICOM curve to approach the perfect DICOM curve
as well as possible.
To start DICOM calibration:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Calibration > Embedded QA menu.
3.
Select DICOM calibration to start the calibration.
Warning: Pressing a key during calibration will abort the calibration, previous values will be restored.
Note: After calibration, the compliance check will start automatically.
4.13.5 Reset DICOM calibration
About reset DICOM calibration
It is possible to restore the original (not corrected) DICOM curve.
To reset the DICOM calibration:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Calibration > Embedded QA menu.
3.
Enter the DICOM Preferences submenu.
4.
Select Reset DICOM Calibration to restore the original (not corrected) DICOM curve.
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4.13.6 DICOM error threshold
About DICOM error threshold
The threshold to define the DICOM compliance can be modified in steps of 5% starting from 5 to 30%. When
the maximum deviation is not bigger than the selected threshold, the compliance check will be OK.
To set the DICOM error threshold:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Calibration > Embedded QA menu.
3.
Enter the DICOM Preferences submenu.
4.
Set Error Threshold as desired and confirm.
4.14 Display orientation
About Display orientation
Your display automatically detects its physical orientation (portrait or landscape) and, by default, automatically
adjusts the image orientation to this. This means that when your display is physically rotated, the image will
rotate along.
The OSD menu however, allows to overrule this behavior and force the image orientation to portrait or
landscape regardless of the physical orientation of the display. This may be especially useful when operating
your display with the screen facing upwards.
To set the Display orientation
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Image Sources menu.
3.
Enter the Display Orientation submenu.
4.
Select Landscape/Portrait/Automatic as desired and confirm.
4.15 Video input signals
About input signals
The available input signals for your display are:
DisplayPort 1
DVI 1
Automatic Selection
The input corresponding to the DisplayPort connector.
The input corresponding to the DVI connector.
The input is automatically selected.
To manually select a video input signal:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Image Source menu.
3.
Enter the Image Source submenu.
4.
Select one of the available input signals and confirm.
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4.16 Video encoding modes
About video encoding modes
Video encoding modes specify how the color and luminance information is encoded in the video signal. In
consumer displays, this is usually done by a limited 8-bit encoding mechanism. Your Nio 5MP LED however,
features 10-bit encoding enabling it to better match the DICOM defined grayscale range. Such an extensive
range is necessary to comply with the guidelines set forward by the latest medical guidelines.
The available video encoding modes for your display are listed below.
Please note that the display controller connected to your display might not always support all these
video encoding modes.
Standard
HDR1
HDR2
Dual 10 (only with Barco display controller)
Automatic
This mode uses the standard 8 bit encoding
mechanism.
This mode features 10-bit video encoding following
the High Dynamic Range (HDR) standard, usually
used on color displays.
HDR2 is a Barco specific mode featuring 10-bit video
encoding following the High Dynamic Range (HDR)
standard but allowing full refresh rate (which is not
always possible with HDR1). This mode is usually
used on color displays.
Dual 10 is a Barco specific 10-bit video encoding
mode which is usually used on grayscale displays and
which allows full refresh rate.
When selecting this option, your Nio 5MP LED will
automatically assign the correct video encoding
settings to the connected video input signals.
To manually select a video encoding mode:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Image Source > Input Settings menu.
3.
Enter the DisplayPort or DVI submenu according to the input.
4.
Enter the Video Encoding submenu.
5.
Select one of the available video encoding modes and confirm.
4.17 Grayscale conversion modes
About grayscale conversion modes
Grayscale conversion modes specify how color generated on the display controller is converted to grayscale
in your display.
The available grayscale conversion modes are:
No Conversion
Use Red Channel
Use Green Channel
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This mode is intended for grayscale displays where
gray is sent over the red channel.
This mode is intended for grayscale displays where
gray is sent over the green channel.
Advanced operation
Use Blue Channel
Use All Channels
This mode is intended for grayscale displays where
gray is sent over the blue channel.
This mode is intended for grayscale displays where
gray is sent over the red, green and blue channel.
This is done by means of a standard conversion
mechanism where 30% red, 59% green and 11% blue
are used to generate gray.
To manually select a grayscale conversion mode:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Image Source > Input Settings menu.
3.
Enter the DisplayPort or DVI submenu according to the input.
4.
Enter the Grayscale Conversion submenu.
5.
Select one of the available color conversion modes and confirm.
4.18 EDID timings
About EDID timings
Following EDID timings are available for your Nio 5MP LED:
Refresh Rate
Color Depth
Allows to manually select the refresh rate of the image
source video input signal depending on the maximum
refresh rate of the display controller connected to your
display.
Allows to change the color depth to 8 or to 10 bit.
To manually set EDID timings:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Image Source > Input Settings menu.
3.
Enter the DisplayPort or DVI submenu according to the input.
4.
Enter the EDID submenu.
5.
Select Refresh Rate or Color Depth.
6.
Select one of the available settings and confirm.
4.19 EDID format
About EDID format
Your Nio 5MP LED describes its capabilities to the display controller by means of display identification data.
This data contains timings, display size, pixel mapping info, etc. and is needed to make sure that the video
source can be correctly displayed.
Display identification data is structured in a standard VESA format. Depending on the configuration setup of
your system, a different format can be used.
The Nio 5MP LED supports following EDID formats:
• E-EDID V1.4: E-EDID is a mature and more commonly used format. It is supported by most display
controllers and operating systems.
• DisplayID V1.3: DisplayID is designed to replace E-EDID and supports more advanced communication
between your Nio 5MP LED and its display controller. Since not all display controllers and operating
systems support DisplayID already, it should only be selected if all components are DisplayID compatible.
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Advanced operation
To select the EDID format
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Configuration > Image Source > Input Settings menu.
3.
Enter the EDID format submenu.
4.
Select one of the available settings and confirm.
4.20 Display info
About display info
Your display serial number, native resolution, firmware versions, etc. are available in a dedicated submenu of
the OSD menu.
To retrieve info about your display:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the About this Display menu to make the information visible on the screen.
4.21 Display status
About display status
The Status submenu of the OSD menu provides info on the current status of your display (runtimes,
temperatures, etc.), the status of the connected image sources (video encoding mode, timings, etc.) and the
current calibration status of your display (display function, luminance, ALC, etc.).
To retrieve the status of your display:
1.
Bring up the OSD main menu.
2.
Navigate to the Status menu.
3.
Enter the Display, Image Sources or Calibration submenu as desired.
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Repacking
instructions
5
WARNING: Before repacking the display, follow the instruction to replace the foot protection buffer
to prevent damage to the display.
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Repacking instructions
5.1 Foot protection buffer
To replace the foot protection buffer
1.
Place the display on a stable surface.
2.
Put the display in the lowest position and fasten the height mechanism, see “VESA-mount installation”, page
13.
3.
Very important: Tilt the panel away from the foot before changing the orientation.
4.
Turn the panel counterclockwise to put the panel in landscape orientation, see “Display position adjustment”,
page 10.
5.
Place the connector compartment cover in the foot protection buffer.
6.
Slide the foot protection buffer over the foot of the display.
7.
Tilt the panel back to the foot.
Image 5-1
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5.2 Repacking overview
Overview
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Image 5-2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Box
Bottom buffer
Foot protection buffer
Right protection buffer
Display
Left protection buffer
Display controller box buffer
Accessory box buffer
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Repacking instructions
9. Accessory box (Power supply, cables)
10. Display controller box
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Cleaning your
display
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Cleaning your display
6.1 Cleaning instructions
To clean the display
Clean the display using a sponge, cleaning cloth or soft tissue, lightly moistened with a recognized cleaning
product for medical equipment. Read and follow all label instructions on the cleaning product. In case of doubt
about a certain cleaning product, use plain water.
Do not use following products:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Alcohol/solvents at higher concentration > 5%
Strong alkalis lye, strong solvents
Acid
Detergents with fluoride
Detergents with ammonia
Detergents with abrasives
Steel wool
Sponge with abrasives
Steel blades
Cloth with steel thread
CAUTION: Take care not to damage or scratch the front glass or LCD. Be careful with rings or other
jewelry and do not apply excessive pressure on the front glass or LCD.
CAUTION: Do not apply or spray liquid directly to the display as excess liquid may cause damage
to internal electronics. Instead, apply the liquid to a cleaning cloth.
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Important
information
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Important information
7.1 Safety information
General recommendations
Read the safety and operating instructions before operating the device.
Retain safety and operating instructions for future reference.
Adhere to all warnings on the device and in the operating instructions manual.
Follow all instructions for operation and use.
Electrical Shock or Fire Hazard
To prevent electric shock or fire hazard, do not remove cover.
No serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
Do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
Modifications to the unit
Do not modify this equipment without authorization of the manufacturer.
Type of protection (electrical):
Display with external power supply: Class I equipment.
Degree of safety (flammable anesthetic mixture)
Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air or with oxygen or
nitrous oxide.
Non-patient care equipment
•
•
•
Equipment primarily for use in a health care facility that is intended for use where contact with a patient is
unlikely (no applied part).
The equipment shall not be used with life support equipment.
The user should not touch the equipment, nor its signal input ports (SIP)/signal output ports (SOP) and the
patient at the same time.
Power connection – Equipment with external 24 VDC power supply
•
•
•
•
•
•
Power requirements: The equipment must be powered using the delivered medical approved 24 VDC (
) SELV power supply.
The medical approved DC (
) power supply must be powered by the AC mains voltage.
The power supply is specified as a part of the ME equipment or combination is specified as a ME system.
To avoid the risk of electric shock, this equipment must only be connected to a supply mains with protective
earth.
The equipment should be installed near an easily accessible outlet.
The equipment is intended for continuous operation.
Transient over-voltage
If the device is not used for a long time, disconnect it from the AC inlet to avoid damage by transient overvoltage.
To fully disengage the power to the device, please disconnect the power cord from the AC inlet.
High magnetic environment
•
•
The device shall not be used in the high magnetic environment of an MRI scanner.
The installer shall assess the magnetic environment before installation or use of the device.
Power cords:
•
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Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this may result in fire or electric shock.
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Important information
•
•
Mains lead protection (U.S.: Power cord): Power cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be
walked upon or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs
and receptacles.
Use a power cord that matches the voltage of the power outlet, which has been approved and complies
with the safety standard of your particular country.
Water and moisture
Never expose the display to rain or moisture.
Never use the display near water - e.g. near a bathtub, washbasin, swimming pool, kitchen sink, laundry tub or
in a wet basement.
Ventilation
Do not cover or block any ventilation openings in the cover of the set. When installing the device in a cupboard
or another enclosed location, heed the necessary space between the set and the sides of the cupboard.
Installation
Place the device on a flat, solid and stable surface that can support the weight of at least 3 devices. If you use
an unstable cart or stand, the device may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to
the device.
Malfunctions
Disconnect the equipment’s power cord from the AC inlet and refer servicing to qualified service technicians
under the following conditions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
If the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
If liquid has been spilled into the equipment.
If the equipment has been exposed to rain or water.
If the equipment does not operate normally when the operating instructions are followed. Adjust only those
controls that are covered by the operating instructions since improper adjustment of other controls may
result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to
normal operation.
If the equipment has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for service.
National Scandinavian Deviations for CL. 1.7.2
Finland: "Laite on liitettävä suojamaadoituskoskettimilla varustettuun pistorasiaan"
Norway: "Apparatet må tilkoples jordet stikkontakt"
Sweden: "Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag"
7.2 Environmental information
Disposal Information
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
This symbol on the product indicates that, under the European Directive 2012/19/EU governing waste
from electrical and electronic equipment, this product must not be disposed of with other municipal waste.
Please dispose of your waste equipment by handing it over to a designated collection point for the recycling of
waste electrical and electronic equipment. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from
uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate these items from other types of waste and recycle them
responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
For more information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office or your municipal
waste disposal service.
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Important information
For details, please visit the Barco website at: http://www.barco.com/AboutBarco/weee
Turkey RoHS compliance
Türkiye Cumhuriyeti: AEEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur.
[Republic of Turkey: In conformity with the WEEE Regulation]
中国大陆 RoHS
Chinese Mainland RoHS
根据中国大陆《电器电子产品有害物质限制使用管理办法》(也称为中国大陆RoHS), 以下部分列出了
Barco产品中可能包含的有毒和/或有害物质的名称和含量。中国大陆RoHS指令包含在中国信息产业部MCV标
准:“电子信息产品中有毒物质的限量要求”中。
According to the “Management Methods for the Restriction of the Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical
and Electronic Products ” (Also called RoHS of Chinese Mainland), the table below lists the names and
contents of toxic and/or hazardous substances that Barco’s product may contain. The RoHS of Chinese
Mainland is included in the MCV standard of the Ministry of Information Industry of China, in the section “Limit
Requirements of toxic substances in Electronic Information Products”.
零件项目(名称)
Component name
有毒有害物质或元素
Hazardous substances and elements
汞
铅
镉
六价铬
Hg
Pb
Cd
Cr6+
x
o
o
o
多溴联苯
PBB
o
多溴二苯醚
PBDE
o
印制电路配件
Printed Circuit Assemblies
x
o
o
o
o
o
液晶面板
LCD panel
x
o
o
o
o
o
外接电(线)缆
External Cables
o
o
o
o
o
o
內部线路
Internal wiring
o
o
o
o
o
o
金属外壳
Metal enclosure
o
o
o
o
o
o
塑胶外壳
Plastic enclosure
o
o
o
o
o
o
散热片(器)
Heatsinks
x
o
o
o
o
o
电源供应器
Power Supply Unit
风扇
o
o
o
o
o
o
Fan
o
o
o
o
o
o
文件说明书
Paper Manuals
o
o
o
o
o
o
光盘说明书
CD manual
本表格依据SJ/T 11364的规定编制
This table is prepared in accordance with the provisions of SJ/T 11364.
o: 表示该有毒有害物质在该部件所有均质材料中的含量均在 GB/T 26572 标准规定的限量要求以下.
o: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in all of the homogeneous materials for this part
is below the limit requirement in GB/T 26572.
x: 表示该有毒有害物质至少在该部件的某一均质材料中的含量超出 GB/T 26572 标准规定的限量要求.
x: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in at least one of the homogeneous materials
used for this part is above the limit requirement in GB/T 26572.
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Important information
在中国大陆销售的相应电子信息产品(EIP)都必须遵照中国大陆《电子电气产品有害物质限制使用标识要
求》标准贴上环保使用期限(EFUP)标签。Barco产品所采用的EFUP标签(请参阅实例,徽标内部的编号使
用于指定产品)基于中国大陆的《电子信息产品环保使用期限通则》标准。
All Electronic Information Products (EIP) that are sold within Chinese Mainland must comply with the “Marking
for the restriction of the use of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic product” of Chinese
Mainland, marked with the Environmental Friendly Use Period (EFUP) logo. The number inside the EFUP
logo that Barco uses (please refer to the photo) is based on the “General guidelines of environment-friendly
use period of electronic information products” of Chinese Mainland.
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7.3 Regulatory compliance information
Intended use
The display is intended to be used for displaying and viewing digital images for review and analysis by trained
medical practitioners. It is designed for radiology and digital mammography applications.
Indications for use
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The display is not in contact with patients.
The display is not in the same environment as the patient.
The display is intended to be used in a dedicated diagnostic reading room.
Caution (USA): Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician. (Details &
exemptions are in the Code of Federal Regulations Title 21, 801 Part D).
Contra-indications
Not applicable
Intended users
Barco diagnostic and mammography displays are intended to be used for primary diagnosis by trained
medical practitioners. The device is initially set up by trained integrators or medical IT staff.
Manufacturing country
The manufacturing country of the product is indicated on the product label (“Made in …”).
Importers contact information
To find your local importer, contact one of Barco’s regional offices via the contact information provided on our
website (www.barco.com).
FCC class B
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This device generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this device does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the device off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
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Important information
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•
•
Increase the separation between the device and receiver.
Connect the device into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment.
FCC responsible: Barco Inc., 3059 Premiere Parkway Suite 400, 30097 Duluth GA, United States, Tel: +1
678 475 8000
Canadian notice
CAN ICES-1/NMB-1
7.4 EMC notice
General information
This device is for use in professional healthcare facility environments only.
With the installation of the device, use only the delivered external cables and power supply or a spare part
provided by the legal manufacturer. Using another can result in a decrease of the immunity level of the device.
WARNING: Use of this equipment adjacent to or stacked with other equipment should be avoided
because it could result in improper operation. If such use is necessary, this equipment and the other
equipment should be observed to verify that they are operating normally.
WARNING: Use of accessories, transducers and cables other than those specified or provided by
the manufacturer of this equipment could result in increased electromagnetic emissions or
decreased electromagnetic immunity of this equipment and result in improper operation.
WARNING: Portable RF communications equipment (including peripherals such as antenna cables
and external antennas) should be used no closer than 30 cm (12 inches) to any part of the Nio 5MP
LED, including cables specified by the manufacturer. Otherwise, degradation of the performance of
this equipment could result.
Electromagnetic emissions
The Nio 5MP LED is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or
the user of the Nio 5MP LED should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Emissions test
Compliance
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Group 1
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Harmonic emissions
IEC 61000-3-2
Voltage fluctuations/ flicker
emissions
IEC 61000-3-3
Class B
Class D
Complies
Electromagnetic environment –
Guidance
The Nio 5MP LED uses RF energy
only for its internal function.
Therefore, its RF emissions are
very low and are not likely to cause
any interference in nearby
electronic equipment.
The Nio 5MP LED is suitable for
use in all establishments, including
domestic establishments and those
directly connected to the public lowvoltage power supply network that
supplies buildings used for
domestic purposes.
This Nio 5MP LED complies with appropriate medical EMC standards on emissions to, and interference from
surrounding equipment. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Interference can be determined by turning the equipment off and on.
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If this equipment does cause harmful interference to, or suffer from harmful interference of, surrounding
equipment, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
•
•
•
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna or equipment.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced technician for help.
Electromagnetic immunity
The Nio 5MP LED is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or
the user of the Nio 5MP LED should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity test
Electrostatic discharge
(ESD)
IEC 61000-4-2
Electrical fast transient/
burst
IEC 61000-4-4
Electromagnetic
environment – guidance
± 8 kV contact
± 8 kV contact
Floors should be wood,
± 2 kV, ± 4 kV, ± 8 kV, ± 15 ± 2 kV, ± 4 kV, ± 8 kV, ± 15 concrete or ceramic tile. If
floors are covered with
kV air
kV air
synthetic material, the
relative humidity should be
at least 30%
± 2 kV for power supply
± 2 kV for power supply
Mains power quality
lines
lines
should be that of a typical
commercial or hospital
± 1 kV for input/ output
± 1 kV for input/ output
environment
lines
lines
IEC 60601 test levels
Compliance level
100 kHz repetition
frequency
Surge
Line to line: ± 0.5 kV, ± 1
kV
IEC61000-4-5
Line to ground: ± 0.5 kV, ±
1 kV, ± 2 kV
Voltage dips, short
0% residual voltage for 0.5
interruptions and voltage period at 0°, 45°, 90°,
variations on power supply 135°, 180°, 225°, 270°
input lines
and 315°
IEC 61000-4-11
0% residual voltage for 1
period at 0°
70% residual voltage for
25 periods at 0°
Voltage interruptions: 0%
residual voltage for 250
periods at 0°
100 kHz repetition
frequency
Line to line: ± 0.5 kV, ± 1
kV
Line to ground: ± 0.5 kV, ±
1 kV, ± 2 kV
0% residual voltage for 0.5
period at 0°, 45°, 90°,
135°, 180°, 225°, 270°
and 315°
0% residual voltage for 1
period at 0°
70% residual voltage for
25 periods at 0°
Voltage interruptions: 0%
residual voltage for 250
periods at 0°
Power frequency (50/60
Hz) magnetic field
IEC 61000-4-8
30 A/m
Not applicable 6
Conducted RF
IEC 61000-4-6
3 Vrms (6 Vrms in ISM
bands)
150 kHz to 80 MHz
3 V/m
80 MHz to 2.7 GHz
3 Vrms (6 Vrms in ISM
bands)
Radiated RF
IEC 61000-4-3
6:
Mains power quality
should be that of a typical
commercial or hospital
environment
Mains power quality
should be that of a typical
commercial or hospital
environment. If the user of
the Nio 5MP LED requires
continued operation
during power mains
interruptions, it is
recommended that the Nio
5MP LED be powered
from an uninterruptible
power supply or a battery
Power frequency
magnetic fields should be
at levels characteristic of a
typical location in a typical
commercial or hospital
environment
-
3 V/m
Nio 5MP LED doesn’t contain susceptible components to magnetic fields
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Immunity to RF wireless communications equipment
Test
frequency
(MHz)
Band (MHz)
Service
Modulation
Maximum
power (W)
Distance
(m)
Immunity
test level (V/
m)
385
380 – 390
TETRA 400
Pulse
modulation
18 Hz
1.8
0.3
27
450
430 – 470
GMRS 460,
FRS 460
FM ± 5 kHz
deviation
1 kHz sine
2
0.3
28
710
704 – 787
LTE Band
13, 17
Pulse
modulation
217 Hz
0.2
0.3
9
800 – 960
GSM 800/
900, TETRA
800, iDEN
820, CDMA
850, LTE
Band 5
Pulse
modulation
18 Hz
2
0.3
28
1700 – 1990
GSM 1800,
CDMA 1900,
GSM 1900,
DECT, LTE
Band 1/3/4/
25, UMTS
Pulse
modulation
217 Hz
2
0.3
28
2450
2400 – 2570
Bluetooth,
WLAN,
802.11 b/g/n,
RFID 2450,
LTE Band 7
Pulse
modulation
217 Hz
2
0.3
28
5240
5100 – 5800
W LAN
802.11 a/n
Pulse
modulation
217 Hz
0.2
0.3
9
745
780
810
870
930
1720
1845
1970
5500
5785
7.5 Explanation of symbols
Symbols on the device
On the device or power supply, you may find the following symbols (nonrestrictive list):
Indicates compliance with Part 15 of the FCC rules (Class A or Class B)
Indicates the device is approved according to the UL regulations
Indicates the device is approved according to the UL regulations for Canada and US
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Indicates the device is approved according to the UL regulations for Canada and US
E352529
Indicates the device is approved according to the UL Demko regulations
Indicates the device is approved according to the CCC regulations
S&E
Indicates the device is approved according to the VCCI regulations
Indicates the device is approved according to the KC regulations
Indicates the device is approved according to the BSMI regulations
Indicates the device is approved according to the PSE regulations
Indicates the device is approved according to the EAC regulations
Caution: Federal law (United Stated of America) restricts this device to sale by or on
the order of a licensed healthcare practitioner.
Indicates the USB connectors on the device
Indicates the DisplayPort connectors on the device
Indicates the legal manufacturer
Indicates the manufacturing date
yy
Indicates the temperature limitations7 for the device to safely operate within specs
xx
SN
REF
7:
Indicates the device serial number
Indicates the device part number or catalogue number
Values for xx and yy can be found in the technical specifications paragraph.
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Warning: dangerous voltage
Caution
Consult the operating instructions
Indicates this device must not be thrown in the trash but must be recycled, according
to the European WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) directive
Indicates Direct Current (DC)
Indicates Alternating Current (AC)
Stand-by
Equipotentiality
Protective earth (ground)
or
Symbols on the box
On the box of the device, you may find the following symbols (nonrestrictive list):
Indicates a medical device that can be broken or damaged if not handled carefully
when being stored.
Indicates a medical device that needs to be protected from moisture when being
stored.
Indicates the storage direction of the box. The box must be transported, handled and
stored in such a way that the arrows always point upwards.
Indicates the maximum number of boxes to be stacked on each other.
15
n
Indicates that the box should be carried with two persons.
xx-yy Kg
Indicates that the box should not be cut with a knife, a cutter or any other sharp object.
yy °C
+60
Indicates the temperature limits to which the medical device can be safely exposed
when being stored.
xx °C
-20
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yy %
85
Indicates the range of humidity to which the medical device can be safely exposed
when being stored.
5x %
yyy kPa
106
Indicates the range of atmospheric pressure to which the medical device can be safely
exposed when being stored.
xx kPa
50
7.6 Legal disclaimer
Disclaimer notice
Although every attempt has been made to achieve technical accuracy in this document, we assume no
responsibility for errors that may be found. Our goal is to provide you with the most accurate and usable
documentation possible; if you discover errors, please let us know.
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Inc., for use only under the specific terms of a software license agreement between Barco NV or Barco Inc.
and the licensee. No other use, duplication, or disclosure of a Barco software product, in any form, is
authorized.
The specifications of Barco products are subject to change without notice.
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Patent protection
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7.7 Technical specifications
Overview
Screen technology
Dual domain IPS, Normally Black
Active screen size
(diagonal)
541 mm (21.3")
Active screen size (H x V)
459.8 x 375.3 mm (18.1" x 14.77")
Aspect ratio (H:V)
5:4
Resolution
5 MP (2560 x 2048 pixels)
Pixel pitch
0.165 mm
Gray imaging
Yes
Bit depth
10 bit
Viewing angle (H, V)
178°
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Uniformity correction
ULT
Ambient light presets
Yes, reading room selection
Front sensor
Yes
Maximum luminance
1020 cd/m²
DICOM calibrated luminance
500 cd/m²
Contrast ratio (panel typical)
1200:1
Response time ((Tr + Tf)/2)
(typical)
12.5 ms
Housing color
RAL 9003 / RAL 9004
Video input signals
DVI
DisplayPort
USB ports
1x USB 2.0 upstream (endpoint)
3x USB 2.0 downstream
Power rating
24 VDC, 4 A; 5 VDC, 0.5 A
Power requirements
This device shall only be powered by the following medical approved
power supply:
Sinpro, type CPU110-201
Ratings marked on the medical power supply:
• Input rating: 100–240 VAC, 1.5–0.6 A, 47-63 HZ
• Output rating: 24 VDC, 4.58 A; 5 VDC, 0.5 A
Power consumption
43 W (nominal)
< 0.5 W (hibernate)
< 0.5 W (standby)
Dimensions with stand (W x
H x D)
Portrait: 407 x 523~623 x 235 mm
Landscape: 493.5 x 479~579 x 235 mm
Dimensions w/o stand (W x
H x D)
407 x 494 x 84 mm
Dimensions packaged (W x
H x D)
676 x 565 x 317 mm
Net weight with stand
13.25 kg
Net weight w/o stand
8.25 kg
Net weight packaged
19.61 kg (without optional accessories)
Tilt
-10° to +30°
Swivel
-45° to +45°
Pivot
0° to 90°
Height adjustment range
100 mm
Mounting standard
VESA (100 mm)
Screen protection
Protective, anti-reflective glass cover
Recommended modalities
All digital images, including digital mammography
Certifications
FDA 510(K) K133984 for General Radiology
CE1639 (MDD 93/42/EEC; A1:2007/47/EC class IIb product)
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CCC (China), KC (Korea), PSE (Japan), Inmetro (Brazil), BIS (India), EAC
(Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan)
Safety specific:
IEC 60950-1:2005 + A1:2009
EN 60950-1:2006 + A1:2010 + A11:2009 + A12:2011 + A2:2013
IEC 60601-1:2005 + A1:2012
EN 60601-1:2006 + A1:2013 + A12:2014
ANSI/AAMI ES 60601-1:2005 + R1:2012
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60601-1:14
EMI specific:
IEC 60601-1-2:2014 (ed4)
EN 60601-1-2:2015 (ed4)
FCC part 15 Class B
ICES-001 Level B
VCCI (Japan)
Environmental:
China Energy Label, EU RoHS, China RoHS, REACH, Canada Health,
WEEE, Packaging Directive
Supplied accessories
User guide
Documentation disc
System disc
Video cable (1 x DisplayPort)
USB 2.0 cable
Mains cables (UK, European (CEBEC/KEMA), USA (UL/CSA; adaptor
plug NEMA5-15P), Chinese (CCC))
External power supply
Optional accessories
Graphics board
QA software
MediCal QAWeb
Warranty
5 years, including 45000 hrs backlight warranty
Operating temperature
0 °C to 40 °C (15 °C to 30 °C within specs)
Storage temperature
-20 °C to 60 °C
Operating humidity
8% to 80% (non-condensing)
Storage humidity
5% to 85% (non-condensing)
Operating pressure
50 kPa minimum
Storage pressure
50 to 106 kPa
7.8 Open source license information
Open source license information
This product contains software components released under an Open Source license. You acknowledge living
up to the conditions of each separate Open Source Software license.
A list of the Open Source Software components used is available in the applicable EULA, through the “My
Barco” section of the Barco website or through other (online) means.
Copyright on each Open Source Software component belongs to the respective initial copyright holder, each
additional contributor and/or their respective assignee(s), as may be identified in the respective Open Source
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Important information
Software documentation, source code, README file, or otherwise. You shall not remove or obscure or
otherwise alter the respective copyrights.
EACH SEPARATE OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE COMPONENT AND ANY RELATED DOCUMENTATION
ARE PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHTHOLDER OR ANY OTHER CONTRIBUTOR BE LIABLE FOR
DIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF ADVISED OF
THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY.
MORE INFORMATION/DETAILS IS TO BE FOUND IN EACH SPECIFIC OPEN SOURCE LICENSE.
With respect to GPL, LGPL or similar licenses with regard to corresponding source code access and
automatic license terms applicability:
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You acknowledge living up to the conditions of each such specific applicable Open Source Software
license. You are responsible for your own additions, changes or modifications without any recourse or
claim towards Barco whatsoever. You further acknowledge that any such additions, changes or
modifications may impair the ability of Barco – at Barco’s sole discretion - to continue to provide service,
warranties, software updates, fixes, maintenance, access or such similar abilities, without any recourse or
claim towards Barco whatsoever.
Barco offers to provide the corresponding source code, and shall make the corresponding source code
available to you via email or download link, except where the applicable license entitles you to require
Barco to provide you the corresponding source code on a tangible medium, in which case Barco will
charge you for the actual costs of performing such distribution, such as the cost of media, shipping and
handling. You may exercise this option upon written request to Barco N.V, attn. legal department, President
Kennedypark 35, 8500 Kortrijk (Belgium). This offer is valid for a period of three (3) years from the date of
the distribution of this product by Barco.
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