All visual signals are routed to the MediaWall display processor by an RGB Spectrum Linx 8x8 routing DVI switcher. The MediaWall processor manages the view of all images on a 2x3 LCD display panel array, and users have the opportunity to arrange the visual content to give the medical team a centralised wall of critical information.
Robust operation, digital image quality, ease of control, and low power consumption are said to be among the reasons underlying the selection of the RGB Spectrum equipment.
RGB Spectrum's product marketing manager, Mike Piper, told II: "Visual display management of critical diagnostic, imaging and medical data is improving the efficiency and safety of medical endoscopic and radiological procedures. RGB Spectrum's MediaWall display processors and Linx DVI routing switchers are at the heart of many new operating suites and catheterization labs. Key reasons for choosing RGB Spectrum include easy management of visual resources, real-time performance, 4K-display support, minimal maintenance and efficient use of space, energy and cooling for reliable 24/7/365 operation."
System integration for the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center installation was carried out by AVI-SPL.