Sony HVO-1000MD HD Video Recorder
To make efficient use of the operating theater and to drastically improve the way doctors use surgery images, the HVO-1000MD offers many recording advantages and makes a significant contribution to effective hospital management.
Sony proudly introduces the HVO-1000MD, a new medical HD recorder that achieves stunning-quality image acquisition and reproduction in both high-definition (HD) and standard-definition (SD). The traditional process of video recording and editing can be extremely time-consuming, but the new HVO-1000MD greatly improves the workflow. Designed to boost efficiency and save valuable time, this recorder provides a number of important user benefits.
One of the characteristic features of the HVO-1000MD is that it simultaneously records images in two external media during operation and examination procedures. Consequently, it saves the time usually required for duplication. Another key feature is its interface for a streaming function that works in combination with NSR Series network security recorders. The HVO-1000MD achieves real-time transmission of images, captured by endoscopes and cameras, and its FTP/CIFS network function can send these image files from the operating theater to computers and servers via the Intranet. As a result, doctors in their medical offices or, indeed, anywhere with network connection can instantly share these medical insights and contribute their expertise.
The HVO-1000MD can be used with multiple media including Blu-ray disc (BD-data format), DVD disc (DVD data format), removable HDD (USB), and USB flash memory, and therefore accommodates diverse customer requirements in various medical applications. By minimising the number of buttons, the recorder realizes easy operation even for users without technical knowledge. In addition, the recorder’s compact design allows it to easily fit into endoscope carts. With its unique features and benefits, the HVO-1000MD is perfect for users seeking efficient management of images and is ideally suited to a wide range of medical applications such as endoscopy, microscope, and surgical camera use.