Sales Brochure: CV-160 EVIS EXERA Video System Center

Sales Brochure: CV-160 EVIS EXERA Video System Center
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Video signal output
White balance
Standard color chart output
Digital communication port
Color tone adjustment
Automatic gain control (AGC)
Iris mode selection
Structure enhancement setting
Edge enhancement setting
Image size selection
Default reset
Freeze screen display
Remote control
Patient data
Pre-procedural patient data
Recalling and registered
scope information (scope ID function)
Image storage and retrieval
Monitor output
Memorization of selected setting
Type of protection against electric shock
(medical electrical equipment) Degree of protection against electric
shock of applied part
Power supply
Input current
Fuse rating
VBS composite, Y/C, RGB; simultaneous output is possible.
By pressing the white balance switch on the front panel, automatic white balance can be performed.
After initialization, white balance settings are retained in memory for EVIS EXERA 160 Series scopes.
The color bar image can be displayed using the“Color Bar”key on the keyboard.
Ethernet (100BASE-TX)
“CHROMA”control: ±7steps,“R”control: ±7steps,“B”control: ±7steps
The image can be electrically amplified when the light is inadequate due to the distal end of the videoscope being too
far from the subject.
Normal Contrast mode: Normal image
Low Contrast mode: The dark areas are lighter and the light areas are darker than in a normal image.
High Contrast mode: The dark areas are darker and the light areas are lighter than in a normal image.
Average: Normal observation Peak: When focusing on and/or observing a small bright area.
The detailed patterns and edges of endoscopic images are emphasized electronically to increase image sharpness.
The structure enhancement level can be switched between“Low”
,“ Medium”and“High”
The edges of endoscopic images are emphasized electronically to increase image sharpness.
The edge enhancement level can be switched between“Low”
,“ Medium”and“High”
The size of endoscopic images can be changed using the“Image Size”key on the keyboard or endoscope switch.
The following settings can be restored by pressing the“RESET”switch on the front panel.
Image Source, Iris, Enhancement, Color, AGC, Display mode, Contrast, Printer Lock, Keyboard mode, Printer mode,
Printer QTY.
A stationary image can be displayed using the endoscope switch, keyboard or OVC switch.
The following ancillary equipment can be controlled by the endoscope remote switch,
the front panel and the keyboard. (Only the specified device types are valid.)
・Monitor ・VTR ・Video printer equipment ・Digital video cassette recorder ・Flushing pump
The following data and modes can be displayed on the video monitor using the keyboard.
1. ID number 2. Patient name 3. Sex, age 4. Date of birth 5. Date/time (built-in clock, stopwatch)
6. Frame number 7. VTR condition 8. Picture quality selection 9. Physician 10. Comments
For a maximum of 40 patients. 1. ID number 2. Patient name 3. Sex, age 4. Date of birth 5. Physician
The following scope-related data stored in the memory chip of the scope can be recalled and displayed on the screen.
Scope Model, Serial No., Comments, Cumulative Uses, Check Period, Service Contract, Warranty Date, Owner,
Customer ID No., ID Ver.
Using the monitor output switch on the front panel, it is possible to select an image from the endoscope or ancillary
equipment for display on the monitor.
The following settings on the front panel are retained even when the power is turned OFF.
・Color ・Enhancement ・White balance ・Iris
Type BF applied part
(The applied part where classification types are not marked is Type BF applied part.)
NTSC 100—120 V AC, PAL 220—240 V AC
50/60 Hz
NTSC 1.0 A , PAL 0.5 A
3.15 A , 250 V
370 (W) X 72 (H) X 420 (D) mm
8 kg
An advanced system featuring an impressive array
of leading-edge video functions including
structure enhancement, image size enlargement,
scope ID function, digital image terminal, and much more,
for high-quality, high-resolution image reproduction
San-Ei Building, 22-2, Nishi Shinjuku 1-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Postfach 10 49 08, 20034 Hamburg / Wendenstrasse 14-16, 20097 Hamburg, Germany
2 Corporate Center Drive, Melville, N.Y. 11747-3157, U.S.A.
Keymed House, Stock Road, Southend-on-Sea, Essex SS2 5QH, England
491B River Valley Road #12-01/04,Valley Point Office Tower,Singapore 248373
Rm. 818, South Tower, Beijing Kerry Centre, No.1 Guanghua Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China
117071, Moscow, Malaya Kaluzhskaya 19, bld. 1, fl.2, Russia
1/104 Ferntree Gully Road, Oakleigh, VIC 3166, Australia
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More features, more functions,
and more performance make this innovative system
the new standard for the 21st century
Designed specifically to maximize
the capabilities of our new line of
high-performance EVIS EXERA
160 Series scopes, the CV-160
video system center delivers highresolution images with improved
color reproduction capability and
a larger display size.
An improved video signal
processing system enables clear
observation of minute details to
ensure more accurate examination
and treatment.
Structure enhancement
highlights minute details.
Full height expanded display
mode facilitates observation.
35% more compact design saves
space in your endoscopy suite.
Dual-purpose system increases
endoscopy suite efficiency.
Scope ID function for more
efficient management and control.
By electronically emphasizing minute
details on the mucous membrane,
the CV-160’s powerful structure
enhancement circuitry makes endoscopic
images sharper without increasing noise.
Unlike conventional edge enhancement
functions, this system uses frequencies
specifically suited to endoscopic
images to ensure more accurate
observation. Enhancement levels can
be selected by the user, allowing more
precise control over image rendering.
With enhancement, it is much easier to
observe minute tissue textures and
subtle color variations on the mucous
membrane surface.
The CV-160 offers a full height mode that
uses the full vertical area of the monitor
screen to display images. The resulting
expanded display is much larger than was
possible with previous models and allows
closer examination of the image area.
With their new, more compact designs, the
CV-160 and the CLV-160 xenon light source
combine to form a system that’s a full 80 mm
narrower and 35% smaller than our previous
The entire system can be installed on a
dedicated cart together with a video monitor
and other ancillary equipment.
The CV-160 has been designed to eliminate
redundancy and maximize the efficiency of
your endoscopy suite. In addition to EVIS
EXERA 160 Series scopes, this versatile
center can also accommodate EVIS EXERA
video bronchoscopes, enabling you to use
the same system for both gastrointestinal
endoscopy and bronchoscopy.
The CV-160’s scope ID function receives
data from the memory chip built into the
connected EVIS EXERA 160 Series scope
and displays that information on the
monitor. ID data includes model name and
serial number, as
well as the number
of times the scope
has been connected
to the CV-160.
The scope ID
Memory chip
function also
built into EVIS EXERA
160 Series scopes
enables automatic
control of white
Ergonomically designed
front panel and newly
designed keyboard.
Medium display mode
Full height display mode
Structure Enhancement
Large membrane switches and indicators on
the front panel of the CV-160 make
operations clear and simple. The newly
designed keyboard features a more
ergonomic, user-friendly design and also fits
snugly on the dedicated cart.
[ Ultra mini-CCD scope ]
[ Q type scopes ]
GIF-Q140 etc.
[ Other scopes ]
GIF-100 etc.
Scope information menu
Start-up display
Compatibility with
EVIS 100/130/140 Series scopes.
Level 1
Level 7
Level 4
Level 8
To ensure that your existing investment in
endoscopic technology is not wasted, the
CV-160 is also compatible with all of our
EVIS 100/130/140 Series gastrointestinal
Digital image terminal for two-way
communication with a PC.
The CV-160 features a digital image
terminal that will enable direct transfer of
endoscopic still images to a PC for storage
using dedicated interface software.
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