MEDICAL RECORDERS AND HD MEDICAL IMAGING TECHNOLOGY HELPS SURGICAL PROCEDURES
It's time for an upgrade. There are many medical recorders on the market but none like this. Through an interface shown on a brilliant 3.5 inch LCD, the illustrious DVMAXX HD offers unparalleled connectivity and functionality. Ampronix is a renowned authorized reseller of the medical industry's top brands as well as a world class manufacturer of innovative technology.
No other recorder in the medical device market has a screen as big or bright as the DVMAXX HD. Choose to display video or photos captured in either standard analog or digital 1920x1080p. We've also added a playback feature as an extra measure for accuracy and assurance.
On the front of the compact recorder are two USBs, followed by two DVI and three SDI ports on the back of the device. With this many ports, medical professionals have the potential to tap into a vast amount of connectivity possibilities, including interconnecting through networked systems.
For instance, bundle the recorder with Medvix for an exceptional surgical experience. This will offer a variety of display sizes and provide the vivid clarity necessary for successful medical procedures.
Regardless, the DVMAXX HD will connect to any screen or existing standard modality. In fact, the variety of ports it has and its autosensing ability makes for seamless universal compatibility with all devices or extra accessories such as printers, surgical microscopes and ultrasounds.
"Clients especially enjoy using the recorder because it is so easy and user-friendly," said Raul Gonzalez International Account Executive at Ampronix.
From the operating room to the emergency room, DVMAXX HD provides exceptional functionality so each department can make use of this tool. The compact size allows for comfortable fit on anything from a crash cart to a procedural cart.
As with any of our medical products, the DVMAXX HD is comprised of medical grade materials and is durable to last even with years of extensive use. Ampronix can service and repair the recorder in the case of any issues.
Source & Image Credit : Ampronix