Medical DVD Recorder DVO-1000MD FEATURES Rewritable DVD+RW Media A Powerful DVD Recorder for High-quality Medical Image Recording The Sony DVO-1000MD is a DVD recorder designed to comply with medical safety standards*. It combines outstanding picture quality with a long three-hour recording time and operational features optimized for medical applications. Using DVD+RW discs for recording, the DVO-1000MD offers the full benefits of removable disc media. Recordings can be made without the cumbersome operation of searching for a blank area of media and without worrying about overwriting other recordings. And, needless to say, they can be randomly accessed for instant replay. The DVO-1000MD also incorporates the ability to record patient data on the disc, making data management much easier in subsequent diagnostic procedures. With outstanding image performance and convenient features, the DVO-1000MD DVD Recorder is the ideal choice for a wide range of medical applications such as ultrasound, endoscopy, and radiology. * IEC60601-1, EN60601-1, UL60601-1, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.601.1 1 The DVO-1000MD DVD Recorder adopts the DVD+RW format, an established DVD format offering re-write capability on inexpensive DVD+RW media. This feature provides playback compatibility with many DVD players. While other DVD formats require a “finalize” process after the recording which can take a considerable amount of time – the DVD+RW format eliminates this, reducing the wait time to eject the disc for subsequent diagnostics. Another advantage of using DVD disc media is its long life. This makes it ideal for long-term archiving of recordings, which is a fundamental requirement in medial applications. Also, thanks to its physical size, DVD media offers great space-saving benefits over conventional VHS cassette tapes. High-quality Digital Recording The DVO-1000MD employs MPEG-2 video compression to capture images with high picture clarity – an essential criterion for medical image recording. Its real-time VBR (Variable Bit Rate) encoding automatically allocates the appropriate bit rate (the amount of data used for recording) according to the picture content in real time, thus optimizing picture quality while effectively utilizing disc space. The DVO-1000MD also records audio signals in the Dolby Digital Stereo format for excellent sound reproduction. Long Recording Time The DVO-1000MD provides a long recording time of up to three hours on a single disc. Three recording modes are available, depending on the picture quality and recording duration required: HQ Mode*: Approx. 60 minutes SP Mode: Approx. 120 minutes LP Mode: Approx. 180 minutes * In HQ Mode, CBR (Constant Bit Rate) encoding is used. Quick Random Access by Title and Chapter The DVO-1000MD makes records as ‘titles’ – recording segments from when the REC button is pressed until the STOP button is pressed. Within a title, you can set “indexes” to images of interest by pressing the PAUSE button during recording – you can even set automatic index marking with a predetermined interval. A segment between two index points is handled as a “chapter”. When playing back the disc, quick access to the top of a title or chapter is possible with the press of a button. You can also quickly access a desired title or chapter simply by selecting it from a list that is instantly displayed by pressing the “LIST” button. These powerful random access capabilities significantly speed up the process of reviewing recordings after the examination. Title 1 Chapter 1 Title 2 Chapter 2 Index Chapter 3 Index High-speed Color Picture Search The DVO-1000MD offers ±3 times normal-speed playback as standard. Using the optional control panel SVRM-100A, ±10 times normal-speed playback becomes available with easy-to-use Jog/Shuttle dial operation. Furthermore, a maximum ±30 times normal-speed playback is possible from other medial equipment connected via the RS-232C protocol. A Variety of Repeat Playback Modes In addition to normal playback, three repeat playback modes are available: • Repeat between two desired points • Repeat of the chapter currently played back • Repeat of the title currently played back Various Data Recording In conjunction with medical equipment, the DVO-1000MD can record various types of information related to the examinations onto the DVD disc. Data such as disc/title names, patient data of up to 2 KB (per one title), and scale data can all be transferred from connected medical equipment via the RS-232C interface for recording onto disc. A Variety of Remote Control Interfaces For remote control from other medical equipment, the DVO-1000MD DVD Recorder supports the RS-232C protocol – widely used in the Sony SVO-9500MD S-VHS Medical VTR. Two remote control units are also available as options: the SVRM-100A and FS-20. A USB 2.0 (Full Speed) interface is also provided. A Wide Range of Interfaces The DVO-1000MD is equipped with a wide range of interfaces including analog composite, S-Video and analog audio I/Os, and an audio monitor output. An i.LINK™ (DV) input is also provided to achieve highquality digital video recording with minimal signal degradation. * i.LINK is a Sony trademark used only to designate that a product is equipped with an IEEE1394 connector. Some products with an i.LINK connector may not communicate with each other. Please refer to the documentation that comes with any device having an i.LINK connector for information on compatibility, operating conditions, and proper connection. Quick Recording Using an Internal HDD The DVO-1000MD is equipped with an internal HDD (Hard Disk Drive) so that recording always starts the moment the record button is pressed. The DVO-1000MD first starts recording to its HDD while the inserted DVD disc is initializing itself for recording. Once the DVD disc is ready to record, the DVO-1000MD starts writing onto the DVD disc using the data temporarily stored on the HDD. This mechanism, not available on typical DVD recorders, makes it possible to start recording right after the DVD disc is inserted, as well as when resuming the unit from “stop” mode. In addition, the HDD can also be used for data recovery in the unlikely event that a recording fails on the DVD disc*. * Data recovery must be conducted by a Sony service representative. For details, please contact your nearest Sony office. Other Features • Compliance with medical safety standards: IEC60601-1, EN60601-1, UL60601-1, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.601.1 • Black-and-white recording mode - allowing sharplydefined images to be recorded. • “Freeze” function for clear still images • Compact design and low power consumption • NTSC/PAL switchable operation • Universal powering: AC 100 V to 240 V 2 Newly Developed DVD+RW Disc for Medical Operations Sony has developed a new, highly reliable DVD+RW disc, the DPW120MD, tailored for the specific demands of medical recordings. To achieve the higher reliability required for medical recording, every DPW120MD disc is subjected to thorough testing for its write/read performance. The disc has a robust hard-coat protective layer, allowing it to be antistatic and highly resistant to scratches and stains. If unwanted stains do occur on the disc's surface, the hard-coat protective layer allows users to simply wipe them off. Another unique feature of the DPW120MD is its disc surface that can be easily written on, even by a ballpoint pen, which is very convenient for practical use. disc. When playing back the video on a PC, a PC’s mouse wheel can be conveniently used to rewind/fast-forward the video. With its easy-to-use GUIs, the DVD InfoEditor software makes browsing operations easier and faster compared with tape-based operations, significantly improving the efficiency of the review process. ■ Info Clipper This application provides a video-editing capability with simple and intuitive GUIs. Users can easily edit video as desired without any special expertise in video editing. The edited video can be saved as an MPEG file onto desired media such as DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-R, or a hard disk drive - a powerful feature that's ideal for presentations at conferences and lectures. It also makes it possible to convert a desired video frame into a still picture in JPEG or BMP format. * DVO-1000MD can only play back video that was recorded in the recorder. Newly edited discs from this software cannot be played back on the DVO-1000MD. Supplied Editing Software Canopus DVD InfoEditor Software The DVO-1000MD recorder includes a copy of the DVD InfoEditor software, an application for browsing and editing, which has been developed by Canopus Co., Ltd. The DVD InfoEditor software consists of two applications — “Info Editor” for browsing disc content and “Info Clipper” for video editing. ■ Info Editor This application allows users to browse disc content including video, disc/title names and comments on a PC. It also allows users to make additional comments about the contents, edit the disc/title names, and then write them back to the original Info Clipper System Requirements OS: CPU: Memory: Hard disk: Others: Info Editor Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition/Professional SP2 or later Intel Pentium M 1 GHz or over 256 MB or more (512 MB or more is recommended) Available disk space at least twice the size of the file to be edited CD-ROM drive (for installation of this software) DVD drive (DVD+RW for use with Info Editor, DVD+R, DVD-R/-RW, DVD-RAM for use with Info Clipper application) Internet connection and email address (for activation of this software and user registration) 3 SPECIFICATIONS DVO-1000MD General Power Requirements: Power Consumption: Operating Temperature: Storage Temperature: Operating Humidity: Dimensions: Mass: Recording System: Recording Format: Recordable Media: Recording Time: Medical Standards: Input/Output Analog Composite Input: S-Video Input: Analog Composite Output: S-Video Output: Analog Audio Input: Analog Audio Output: Monitor Audio Output: i.LINK (DV IN): Remote Control: OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES AC 100 V to 240 V, 50/60 Hz 35 W +5 to +40°C -20 to +60°C 20 to 80% 212 x 128.5 x 382 mm (8 3/8 x 5 x 15 inches) 6 kg (13 lb 4 oz) DVD Recording, NTSC/PAL Switchable Video: MPEG-2 compression Audio: Dolby Digital format DVD+RW (2.4x and 4x speed) HQ Mode: Approx. 60 minutes SP Mode: Approx. 120 minutes LP Mode: Approx. 180 minutes IEC60601-1, EN60601-1, UL60601-1, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.601.1 SVRM-100A Remote Control Unit FS-20 Foot Switch BNC x2, with loop-through, unbalanced, 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω 4-pin DIN x2, with loop-through Y: 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω, unbalanced C: 0.286 Vp-p (NTSC)/0.3 Vp-p (PAL), 75 Ω, unbalanced BNC x1, 1±0.2 Vp-p, 75 Ω, unbalanced 4-pin DIN x1 Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω, unbalanced C: 0.286 Vp-p (NTSC)/0.3 Vp-p (PAL), 75 Ω, unbalanced RCA Pin x2 (L/R), 2 Vrms (full bit), input impedance 47 kΩ RCA Pin x2 (L/R), 2 Vrms (full bit), load impedance 47 kΩ Monitor RCA Pin x1, 2 Vrms (full bit), load impedance 47 kΩ i.LINK 6-pin x1, IEEE1394 RS-232C x1, D-sub 9-pin Remote1 x1, stereo mini jack (for connection with the optional SVRM-100A controllers) Remote2 x1, stereo mini jack (for connection with the optional FS-20 foot switch) USB 2.0 x1 (Full Speed) VMC-IL6615B/IL6635B i.LINK cable (6-pin to 6-pin) VMC-IL4615B/IL4435B i.LINK cable (6-pin to 4-pin) Supplied Accessories: Operation Manual, Protocol Manual, DPW120MD DVD+RW Blank Disc, Canopus “DVD InfoEditor” Editing Software DPW120MD DVD+RW Disc Rear Panel 4 Distributed by MK10152V2OHB05SEP ©2005 Sony Corporation. 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