Camera & Illumination System
Crisp, Clear Diagnostic Imaging with Sharp Edge Definition
The Camera & Illumination System is an integrated camera and light source device that drives a wide variety of medical scopes to ensure a quality digital image is captured and delivered for further examination and evaluation. The integrated LED illumination and light source
deliver exceptional quality images with accurate tissue color representation.
- LED illumination produces white light that delivers improved visibility of true tissue color, even with the smallest of fibers.
- One-touch white balance ensures accurate colors are captured for quality medical images.
- Unique edge enhancement for both flexible and rigid scopes ensures sharper definition across the entire image and well-defined pathologies.
- Compatible with a nearly all optical instruments to broaden range of capabilities.
- Integrated camera and light system work together in a single unit, to maximize performance.
- Durable construction (solid camera housing, reinforced cable rugged system chassis, and LED light source) guarantees long life under continuous use.
- Low cost of ownership with new LED technology that will last the life of the camera.
- No bulbs to exchange - long lifetime (>10,000 h).
- Used to deliver powerful illumination for a variety of scopes from AMD as well as any standard c-mount ACMI, Wolf or Storz attachments. AMD scopes include:
- ENT Scope
Integrates with AGNES InteractiveTM, to simultaneously capture and share medical device data, exchange documents and medical images, and participate in a live video conference with the remote consulting physician.
- Dimensions: 10.03" (w) x 8.93" (d) x 3.64" (h) / (25 cm x 23 cm x 9 cm)
- Weight: 7.8 lbs (3.5 kg)
- Average Life of Lightsource: 10,000 Hours
- Light Intensity: 150 lumens
- Color Temperature: 6737 K
- Camera Head:
- Available in either PAL or NTSC
- Image Sensor: ½" CCD
- Picture Elements: PAL: 752 (H) x 582 (V) / NTSC: 768 (H) x 494 (V)
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