New monitor generation

The i3 series improves diagnosis

JVC reports a complete redesign of its display line-up, bringing the i3 series to market. ‘At first glance, the new housing design stands out; the displays bezels are much narrower than in the previous generation,’ JVC points out. ‘Also new are function buttons on the screen with virtual descriptions. These customisable buttons give users direct access to various functions.’

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The i3 series devices include a human sensor that detects whether someone is sitting in front of the screen, which helps save energy when the monitor is not in use.

Beyond the visual, the devices have been further developed; they also offer some technological innovations. The new 3-D lookup table, for example, enables the best possible colour reproduction, the firm reports. ‘By also calibrating primary colours, colours have never been so natural and precise,’ says Marcel Herrmann, Marketing Manager Totoku at JVCKenwood. ‘This also ensures that the image impression is the same on every monitor in the entire facility. In combination with the new colour front sensor, we can guarantee this for the entire life of a display.’ As the first display systems on the market, the calibration is executed autonomously and independently from the PC, the company adds. ‘The procedure is very simple: The user defines the calibration time and date, for example at night. This scheduled calibration will start automatically even if the workstation is not operating.’

The sensor system of the new i3 monitors consists of a front sensor and an ambient light sensor. ‘The front sensor measures continuously luminance and colour of the display and corrects those in real time. This ensures a very stable brightness and high colour stability,’ Herrmann explains.

In addition, the i3 series devices include a human sensor. This detects whether someone is sitting in front of the screen, which helps to save energy when the monitor is not in use. For example, JVC adds, it can be ensured that a doctor is not disturbed by the quality control when he is busy doing his reporting.

JVC is at ECR 2018
Expo Hall X5, Stand 528

27.02.2018

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