CV - 170
The Optera Video Processor CV-170 offers HDTV image quality and NBI (Narrow Band Imaging) which support maximizing diagnostic yield. Furthermore, long-life LED light source is incorporated in one design. The CV-170 achieves both more advanced diagnosis and lower running cost compared to any other conventional processor.
HDTV imaging capability provides the best possible image quality for endoscopes, enabling observation of capillaries, mucosal structures, and other patterns.
NBI (Narrow Band Imagining)
NBI (Narrow Band Imaging) enhances the visibility of capillaries and other structures on the mucosal surface.
LED Light Source
Newly adopted long-life LED light source minimizes lamp replacement, while reducing energy and noise.
The pre-freeze function selects the clearest still image automatically. It may help to save time and eliminate the physician’s frustration.
Two types of structure enhancement are available – mainly, the conventional Type A is ideal for observation of larger mucosal tissues with high contrast in the lower gastrointestinal tract, while the new Type B is suitable for observation of vascular tissues in the upper gastrointestinal tract.
Portable Memory Compatibility
Portable memory (MAJ-1925) is compatible, which is the standard for data management. Simply connect and upload.
Compatible with existing scopes
Compatible with EVIS 100/130/140 Series, Actera 150 Series, EVIS EXERA 160 Series, EVIS EXERA II 180 Series and GI/BF/VISERA Series scopes.
*Please note that there are some exceptions.
Variety of signal output options
16:9 and 16:10 output for a HDTV monitor is available. Compatible with analog, HD-SDI, and DVI output.
|100-240 V AC (NTSC)/220-240 V AC (PAL); within ±10%
|50/60 Hz; within ±1 Hz
|Dimensions (W x H x D)
|295 x 145 x 425 mm
(medical electrical equipment)
|Type of protection against electric shock
|Degree of protection against electric shock of applied part
|Depend on applied part. Also refer to applied part (camera head or videoscope).
|Degree or protection against explosion
|The video system center should be kept away from flammable gases.
|Analog HDTV signal output
|Either RGB (1080/60I: NTSC)/(1080/50I: PAL) or YPbPr (1080/60I: NTSC)/(1080/50I: PAL) output can be selected.
|Analog SDTV signal output
|VBS composite (480/60I: NTSC)/(576/50I: PAL), Y/C (480/60I: NTSC)/(576/50I: PAL), and RGB (480/60I: NTSC)/(576/50I: PAL); simultaneous outputs possible.
|Digital signal output
|HD-SDI (SMTPE 292M), SD-SDI (SMPTE 259M) and DVI (WUXGA, 1080p or SXGA) can be selected.
|White balance adjustment
|White balance adjustment is possible using the white balance button on the front panel.
|Standard color chart output
|The “Color bar” or the “50% white” screen can be displayed.
|Color tone adjustment
|The following color tone adjustments are possible.
|Automatic gain control (AGC)
|The image can be electronically amplifi ed when the light is inadequate due to the distal end of the endoscope being too far from the object.
|The image contrast can be set to one of the following three modes (N, H, L).
|Noise is corrected by image processing.
|The auto iris modes can be selected using the “iris mode” switch on the front panel.
|Image enhancement setting
|Fine patterns or edges in the endoscopic images can be enhanced electrically to increase the image sharpness.
Either the structural enhancement or edge enhancement can be selected according to the user setup.
|Switching the enhancement modes
|The enhancement level can be selected from 3 levels (1, 2, and 3).
|Image size selection
|The size of the endoscopic image can be changed using the “IMAGE SIZE” key on the keyboard.
|An endoscopic image is frozen using an endoscope or the “FREEZE” key on the keyboard.
|The image with the least blur is selected from the images captured in the set time period before freeze operation and displayed.
|This is one of optical-digital observations using the narrow band observation light.
|Reset to defaults
|The following settings can be reset to their defaults.
|The following ancillary equipment can be controlled (specified models only).
|The following data can be displayed in the endoscopic image screen.
|Displaying the record state
|The recording state of the following ancillary equipment can be displayed on the monitor.
|Displaying the image information
|The following data can be displayed on the monitor.
|Advance registration of patient data
|Up to 50 patient’s data can be registered.
|Number of recording images
|Up to 20 user settings can be registered.
|Memorization of selected setting
|The following settings are held in memory even after the video system center is turned OFF.
|Life: 5 years