Stryker 592 Camera System
The Stryker 592 Camera System is used to produce still and video images in the surgical field during surgical endoscopic procedures. The system is sensitive in the visible and infrared spectrum. The optical image is transferred from the surgical site to the camera head by a variety of rigid and flexible scopes which are attached to the camera head. The system consists of a camera control unit (CCU) and a camera head with an integral cable that connects to the CCU.
Stryker 592 Camera System Features
- Superior contrast and detail in light-sensitive areas
- Higher resolution for the clearest picture possible
- Consistent picture and color quality over time
- Quickly controls image brightness and prevents glare
- 1⁄2 inch Interline Transfer CCD, 682 (horz.) x 492 (vert.) pixels Imaging System
- Progressive scan, 525 lines; 2:1 interlace. Horizontal: 15,734 KHz. Vertical: 59.94 Hz. Scanning System
- Composite: Two NTSC Standard, 1.0V P-P into 75 Ohms.
- Connector: BNC coaxial.
- Component: Two S-VHS Y-1.0V P-P, C-0.29V P-P.
- Connector: 4-pin S-VHS. Video Output.
Stryker 592 Camera System Specifications
- Imaging System
- ½ inch Interline Transfer CCD
- 682 (horz.) x 492 (vert.) pixels
- Video Output Composite
- Two NTSC Standard
- 1.0V P-P into 75 Ohms
- Connector: BNC Coaxial
- Component: Two S-VHS Y-1.0V P-P C-0.29V P-P.
- Connector: 4-pin S-VHS.