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21.3" Medical LCD Panel
Industry type:PC and software
Product model number:R213TFH
Innolux Corporation
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Medical LCD displays are used in hospitals and clinics for digital X-ray diagnostic to take place of conventional X-ray film. Digital X-ray could change the way of the usage of film and the chemical liquid waste which were used when develop the film. Chimei Innolux Corp.(CMI) is one of the biggest suppliers around the world, which provides the full series and professional medical LCD displays. The resolution of CMI medical display are from 1.3, 2, 3, 5, 8 to 10 mega-pixels. The 21.3” Medical LCD display is designed and manufactured by CMI has the 5:4 ratio (horizontal : vertical) just same as the conventional X-ray film. This model has ultra-high resolution of 5 mega-pixel, fine TFT pixel size 0.165mm, high contrast ratio 1200:1 and high brightness 1200nits. It is designed by 10-bit driving method, and provides a 1.07G color depth gray scales to support an extreme fine image. Its main application is for digital mammography. According to literature data, the detection of breast cancer by inspecting of X-ray image could find at the early phase than by the sense of touch. CMI is the only medical display supplier in Taiwan which could mass production In-Plane-Switch (IPS) LCD technology. IPS is approved to have better performance then MVA LCD technology. To improve the uniformity of luminance, CMI follows the German Standard: Image Quality Assurance in X-Ray Diagnosis, DIN V 6868-57 for design. This purpose is to make the end users have the similar visual performance and diagnostic result as conventional X-ray film. In addition, in order to achieve the integration of global medical resources, to this end, this medical LCD display complies with the design rule of DICOM , Digital Imaging and Communication in Medicine, version 3.0 Part 14 (Grayscale Standard Display function). It can let medical images be transferred by the internet network, so that it can obtain the same and true medical diagnostic images all over the world simultaneously.


About Innolux Corporation

Building on the Art of Display Technologies for a Sustainable Future

As a supplier of TFT-LCD panels and LCD terminals, Innolux Corporation has contributed greatly to enhancing the quality and product performance through its innovations in technology and production processes. Innolux is committed to enhancing life’s visual pleasures and to developing aesthetically designed display products. And although profitability is key to Innolux’s sustainable development, we also believe that it is our humanistic qualities that will ensure our longevity. Our business approach is thus to make steadfast progress in contributing to the prosperity and well-being of our customers, shareholders, and employees as well as the communities and environments in which we operate with the aim of being an outstanding company with superior virtues.


Innolux was established on Jan 14, 2003 which was originally serving as a panel maker of TFT-LCD display for HonHai group. By getting publicly listed in Taiwan in 2006, Innolux broke the record of going public in the soonest time in the panel industry. Dr Hsing-Chien Tuan was the literal inventor of Innolux. Dr Tuan spent 3 days to ponder before the finalization of both Chinese and English name of the company. The literal meaning of Chinese name, Qun-chuang, meant a group of people with same ambition establishing a company, with elaboration of a win-win situation among the company, employees and suppliers. In English, Inno was a literal translation of the Chinese word chuang. Lux was a unit indicating the brightness of light and meant the three primary colors. The combination became the company’s English Name InnoLux. Display was intentionally omitted with an implication that the future of the company would not be limited in the field of display device.

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