Veterinary video endoscope with integrated video monitor VET-12HD

veterinary video endoscope with integrated video monitor
veterinary video endoscope with integrated video monitor
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The VET-12HD video processor and light-source for use with all HD endoscopes with video and image capture. It is mains powered but can also be purchased with a battery if required. Key Product Features HbE Hemoglobin Enhancement Integrated light source and video processor Powerful LED lamp with daylight spectrum Optimal light yield Integrate insufflation pump Highest safety standard due to professional CE classification USB image and Video Capture Product Specifications Type of lamp – LED Nominal power – 35W Light intensity – 33000lx Colour temperature – 550K-7500K Heat insulation filter – IR3 The lifetime of the lamp – 20,000 hours You can also purchase the VET-12HD with a built-in lithium battery to provide the power. Please select the option above, if desired. In addition to capturing images and video in standard definition via a USB port on the front of the unit, the unit can be connected to a PC or Laptop via an HD converter, allowing the user to store images and videos in high-definition. HbE Haemoglobin Enhancement Filter The powerful upgraded HbE function can better highlight the haemoglobin in the blood and has an obvious, invigorating effect on the possible blood-flow direction in diseased tissue. The brand-new Motus 3.0 image processing platform High data processing capacity Higher data processing capacity, compared to 2.0 platform, it has more than 10 times computing power, 5 times memory bandwidth and 8 times memory capacity, all this makes it possible to easily process real-time image data with higher resolution and more computing power.
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