General Radiology Reporting Display Quick Setup Guide - Windows 10 and Dell U3219Q 32" Display
This is an example of setting up a general radiology reporting station using the Dell UltraSharp U3219Q 32″ display for radiology reporting. This is not suitable for mammography reporting.
Quick General Radiology Reporting Display Setup - Windows 10 and Dell U3219Q 32" Display
- Purchase a Dell U3219Q 32″ IPS 3840 x 2160 400 cd/m2 display from your local computer supplier. (Note that this is an exact make and model number and any minor difference in the model number may indicate a very different display.)
- Purchase photometer and ViewIQ calibration software licence from shop here.
- Increase the Dell U3219Q 32″ display brightness to 95% (Instruction here)
- Download ViewIQ from the link in email or from here and install ViewIQ software leaving all settings as default.
- Plug photometer into the USB port
- Click Identify Displays
- Select Display to calibrate
- Place photometer on display to be calibrated.
- Click Calibrate Display and follow on-screen instructions
- Click Measure Uniformity and follow on-screen instructions
- Click Display Illuminance and follow on-screen instructions. Reduce room ambient light levels until this measurement passes and light levels are as low as is comfortable to work in.
- Check all measurments pass.
- Click Print Report to generate a report for your records
Video of ViewIQ Calibration Process
- Check Windows High Dynamic Mode (HDR) is off (Instructions here)
- Check graphics card High Dynamic Range mode is off. Manufacture specific instructions required.
- Send us a message with information on the make and model of the graphics card and display, and a description of the problems experienced and we will try and help.