Excellent image quality for ultra-sharp details

Thanks to a high resolution of two times 5 Megapixels (greyscale), an excellent contrast ratio of 1700:1 and stable brightness of up to 2500 cd/m2, the monitor offers excellent image quality. Diagnosis in digital mammography depends on the display of the finest details. A high resolution obtains key details and prevents lower image quality with a mosaic effect, which can arise with lower resolutions. The details are presented in a differentiated manner, no matter from which viewing angle the monitor is viewed. This is a great advantage when several doctors are looking at the same screen.


RX560-MD Rahmen / Bezel
The MammoDuo consists of two monitors that are combined next to one another in a specially designed stand.
A New Level of Observation, Without Disruptive Factors

With a bezel only 7.5 mm in width – the world’s smallest bezel width for 5-megapixel monitors – the distance between the display areas of the two monitors is merely 15 mm. Moreover, the panel frame is only 2.5 mm above the screen, which means it sits nearly flush with the screen. This means viewers’ vision goes undisrupted when looking back and forth between the monitors.


Space-saving Arrangement

The GX560-MD saves a great deal of space. This solution saves 67 mm horizontally, 36 mm vertically, and 20.5 mm in depth, compared to conventional structures built from individual monitors with this resolution arranged next to one another. In summary, this means a 22 % reduction of the total required surface. This frees up valuable space to make for a roomier working environment.

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RX560-MD_Workspace

Easily Adjustable

You can conveniently adjust the height, tilt, and rotation of the monitors with the dual stand, without creating gaps between the monitors.

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RX560-MD Medical Monitor
Perfectly Designed for Diagnostic Use

Narrow black frontal bezels make this device ideal for use in dark environments. They make it easy to visually concentrate on the display. Meanwhile, a white bezel at the sides of the monitors creates a fresh, clean look.


Work-and-Flow, Innovations to Help You View Your Images

Radiologists face an increasing amount of information on their screens, as modalities become increasingly digitalised. But imaging procedures now no longer need to be so complex, thanks to the unique Work-and-Flow technology from EIZO, featuring new functions developed specially to meet the requirements of radiologists. The RadiForce GX560-MD and RadiCS-LE software solution enables you to benefit from the Work-and-Flow functions.

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Point and Focus: Easily Select the Analysis Area

The ‘point and focus’ functionality allows you to quickly select and focus on relevant image areas using your mouse or keyboard. The brightness and greyscale value of certain points on the screen can be adapted, if necessary, in order to optimise the display.

Switch-and-Go, Straightforward Operation Without Obstacles

The USB conversion takes place within the monitor with the Switch-and-Go function. This allows you to use a single set of keyboard and mouse at two different workstations at the same time. You can switch between the two workstations simply by moving the mouse cursor from one screen to the other. This ensures greater work efficiency and allows you to maintain a clear overview of your workstation.


RadiCS + RadiNET Pro
Consistently secure image quality

The optional EIZO RadiCS software to secure image quality enables extensive maintenance and testing of monitors and includes calibration, acceptance and constancy testing, and the archiving of all areas. If you are working on multiple stations, the use of the RadiNET Pro is recommended. This can be used to centrally control the calibration of all monitors, including data history. This saves you a significant amount of time and ensures consistently high image quality across the entire setup. The basic version RadiCS LE is already included with the RadiForce GX, RX, and MX/MS models.

Learn more about the RadiCS application classes

Learn more about RadiCS LE software (included in the delivery)

Learn more about RadiCS software (optionally available)

Learn more about RadiNet Pro software (optionally available)


Correct rendering of grey tones

The grey tone rendering is controlled by an internal 14 bit look-up table (LUT), enabling a pallet of 16369 tones of grey. This makes calibration (e.g. DICOM® characteristic curve) and control of the luminance distribution possible without losses. Up to 1024 tones of grey can be displayed simultaneously with a suitable DisplayPort signal.

Photograph: Gray tone rendering without 14 bit LUT
Without 14 bit LUT
Photograph: Gray tone rendering with 14 bit LUT
With 14 bit LUT

Uniform brightness over the entire screen

The monitor shines thanks to its uniform illumination. This is down to the Digital Uniformity Equalizer (DUE), which corrects imbalances automatically, pixel by pixel. Grey tones of radiological and other medical images are correctly rendered over the entire display. This is vital for diagnostics.

Photograph: G-series without DUE
Without DUE
Photograph: G-series with DUE
With DUE

Balanced image quality thanks to an integrated front sensor

The precise calibration of white point and tone value characteristic curve is provided by an integrated front sensor (IFS). This measures the brightness and greyscales and calibrates the monitor autonomously according to the DICOM® standard. The sensor works automatically, without restricting the field of vision of the monitor. You can save the costs, time, and effort of maintenance and rely on a consistently balanced image quality. 

Photograph: G series calibration without IFS
Without IFS
Photograph: G series calibration with IFS
With IFS

Secure image quality thanks to AAPM/Euref/DIN compliance

The display properties, in particular brightness and contrast, are suited to the creation of image rendering systems compliant with DIN 6868-157. The DICOM® GSDF characteristic is already precisely configured in the factory. This means that greyscales are consistent, which is vital for diagnostics.

The monitor meets the strictest medical, safety, and EMC emission standards. EIZO’s QC software RadiCS enables you to perform brightness, greyscale and uniformity checks that comply with AAPM TG18, DIN 6868-157, and other QC standards.

Overview RadiCS application classes I to VIII

Foto: Bildqualität durch DIN-Konformitaet
Foto: Bildqualität durch DIN-Konformitaet

FDA 510(k) validation.

The RadiForce GX560-MD is the ideal solution for visualising the finest details on breast images. The very high contrast of the monitor shows even the smallest structures. The US administration for Food and Drugs granted its FDA 510(k) validation for breast tomosynthesis and mammography.


High-contrast to the slightest detail

The high contrast ratio means that images are mapped to a high level of detail. Greyscales and black values are highly differentiated. The result: extremely sharp rendering of greyscale images. You can even identify the finest structures.

Photograph: Low-contrast image
Low-contrast image
High-contrast image
High-contrast image

Blur reduction

LCD panels with a high brightness level tend to have more blurry image rendering thanks to over-framing than would be possible in comparison with an acquired exposure. Therefore, EIZO offers blur reduction anchored in monitor hardware. It retrieves details lost in the contours on the screen, meaning that the image is rendered as clearly as possible.

Erklärung Unschärfe Reduzierung

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Reliable brightness

EIZO is convinced of the quality of its products. The warranty for the monitors, therefore, also covers the brightness stability.

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Constant brightness during operation

A sensor for the backlight permanently determines the luminance of the monitor. The benefit: The defined and calibrated values are rendered exactly just seconds after the monitor is turned on and remain constant during the entire period of use. The sensor is invisibly integrated in the monitor.


Presence sensor: Save electricity when you are not in front of the monitor

Thanks to the presence sensor, you can save electricity and help protect the environment. The sensor registers whether someone is sitting in front of the screen or not. As soon as the person leaves the workstation, the monitor turns off automatically. When the person comes back, it turns back on – fully automatically, without touching the mouse or keyboard. It is always ready for use without a waiting period.

Foto: Ohne Präsenzsensor
Foto: Mit Präsenzsensor

Extended durations of use thanks to automatic shut down

The monitor has an automatic shut down option for the backlight (backlight saver). This extends the duration of use. Similar to a screen saver, the LEDs turn off when the screen is not being used. 

The backlight saver is part of the RadiCS software.


One solution, many ports

It couldn't be simpler: Most of your end devices, such as PCs, laptops or cameras, can be connected directly to the monitor. The MammoDuo has a wide range of interfaces. This makes your everyday work much easier.


Multi-monitor solutions without problems

Thanks to the signal input and output, you can link several RadiForce monitors through their DisplayPort interface. This means that you can realise multi-monitor solutions with the greatest of ease – without labourious and excessive cabling.

Daisy Chain RadiForce

Foto: Umgebungslichtsensor
Ambient light sensor supports the constancy test

The sensor integrated in the monitor is used to measure the ambient light and can be used for constancy tests. The prevalent illumination can be determined by the ambient light sensor with the optional RadiCS software.


MED-XN91 Graphic Board
For precise diagnoses: EIZO MED-XN91 graphics card

The EIZO MED-XN91 graphics card supports the properties, functions, and settings of the RadiForce GX560-MD optimally. It enables precise diagnostics and can control several monitors simultaneously. EIZO offers technical support and a warranty service for all graphics cards. Therefore, we recommend using EIZO graphics cards.

Display the specifications of the MED-XN91



Five-year warranty

EIZO grants a five-year warranty. This is possible thanks to the highly developed production process based on a simple principle of success: sophisticated and innovative monitor technology, made from high-end materials.

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Frequently asked questions
What tools does EIZO provide for quality assurance for image display devices in medical applications?

EIZO has developed the RadiCS software specifically for quality assurance for image display devices in the RadiForce range. It offers extensive tests and automatic alignment to guarantee constant and consistent image reproduction on all RadiForce LCD monitors, but also supports screens from other manufacturers. The software automatically executes test images and helps to perform measurements and assessments in accordance with the guidelines in a cost-effective and time-effective manner. For example, measurement results are automatically transferred to the documentation and archived and can be centrally managed using the optional RadiNET Pro software. A calendar with a reminder function ensures timely checks are performed. A suitable measurement device is required to measure the luminance, including veiling luminance. Measured values from various luminance meters are automatically read by RadiCS.

For what regions of the body and what methods or purpose is a RadiForce screen suitable in accordance with DIN 6868-157?

Depending on the body region / methods, different EIZO RadiForce screens are suitable for image display systems in accordance with DIN 6868-157. The EIZO RadiCS quality assurance software is divided into classes I to VIII. The following table shows a classification of suitable screens in this regard.

Note: An acceptance test is necessary for each image display system for an evaluation in accordance with DIN 6868-157.

What is the allocation of body regions / methods in accordance with DIN 6868-157 to RadiCS application classes and what are the minimum requirements for an image display device?

In accordance with DIN 6868-157, different minimum requirements are placed on image display devices depending on the body region / method. The EIZO RadiCS quality assurance software is divided into classes I to VIII. The following table shows a classification of the classes and minimum requirements in this regard.

Note: An acceptance test is necessary for each image display system for an evaluation in accordance with DIN 6868-157.

What does the DIN 6868-157 standard govern?

DIN V 6868-157. This DIN governs the acceptance test and constancy test for image display systems in radiography in order to ensure the necessary image quality.

From where can I obtain the QA guidelines?

From the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety

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