New and improved image processing produces high-quality images using enhanced color reproduction, minimized image noise, and reduced halation.
Pre-freeze function automatically buffers a continuous, rapid series of procedural images and saves the sharpest renderings, saving time and frustration.
One-step connector for streamlined pre-procedure setup.
Convenient link connection to peripheral devices avoids complicated cable connections and accelerates transmission speed.
CV-190 features the ability to switch the point of focus with the push of a button.
The Olympus documentation system enhances networking expandability.
System compatibility with analog, HD-SDI and DVI output with 16:9 and 16:10 outputs available for a HDTV monitor.
The CV-190 is compatible with EVIS 100/130/140/150 Series, EVIS EXERA 160 Series, EVIS EXERA II 180 Series, GI/BF/VISERA Series scopes, and EVIS EXERA III 190 Series.
Compatible with portable memory, the new standard for data management.
The CV-190 supports DV output to compatible documentation devices.
Olympus EVIS EXERA III CV-190 Video System Center
The Olympus EVIS EXERA III CV-190 Video System Center provides new and improved image processing.
The Olympus CV-190 gives clinicians enhanced color reproduction, minimized image noise and reduced halation for unparalleled image quality. For more information, contact a Avante Representative today.
Voltage: 100 – 240 V AC (NTSC) / 220 – 240 V AC (PAL); within ? 10%
Frequency: 50/60 Hz; within ? 1 Hz
Consumption electric power: 150 VA
Dimensions: 14.6 in W x 3.4 in H x 19.3 in D
Weight: 23.6 lb
Examination lamp: Xenon short-arc (ozone-free) 300 W
Average lamp life: Approximately 500 hours of continuous use (With intermittent use, the lamp life may vary slightly)
Ignition method: Switching regulator
Brightness adjustment: Light-path diaphragm control
Cooling: Forced-air cooling
Intensity mode: Normal or high intensity
NBI conversion: Available
Color conversion: Possible using special-purpose filter
Emergency lamp: Halogen lamp (within mirror) 12 V 35 W
Average emergency lamp life: Approximately 500 hours