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The EVIS EXERA III Video System Center CV-190 enables easy access to the range of advanced diagnostic features incorporated into EVIS EXERA III endoscopes.

Key benefits

Ground-breaking resolving power for efficient diagnosis

OLYMPUS is proud to introduce Dual Focus – a unique optical imaging technology enabling detailed examination of mucosal changes at the touch of a button when connecting HQ190 endoscopes

Brighter, more powerful Narrow Band Imaging

Narrow Band Imaging now delivers significantly increased brightness and contrast. Previously widely accepted as a tool for characterisation, the improved brightness may open new possibilities for lesion detection.

Outstanding, true-to-life image quality

EVIS EXERA III offers true-to-life HD endoscopic images of breath-taking clarity, delivering the optimum support for accurate diagnosis

Improved ergonomics

The all-new one-touch connector of EVIS EXERA III endoscopes allows for one-step connection to the light source and removes the need for a video cable connection to the video processor

The EVIS EXERA III Video System Center CV-190 offers simple access to a whole range of advanced diagnostic features incorporated into EVIS EXERA III endoscopes. A range of improvements assist in obtaining endoscopic images with maximum diagnostic yield whilst advanced Picture-in-Picture functions improve ergonomics in the endoscopy room.

Dual Focus
Dual Focus, a unique OLYMPUS innovation based upon an innovative two-stage optical system enables the user to switch between two focus settings. With the simple push of a button, the desired observation mode can be selected: “near mode” featuring ground-breaking resolving power for close mucosal observation or “normal mode” for normal observation. Even in “normal mode”, EVIS EXERA III endoscopes feature an advanced level of resolving power compared to previous generations.

Brighter and higher contrast Narrow Band Imaging
NBI in EVIS EXERA III offers a significantly increased viewable distance compared to previous generations. The improved contrast combined with this increased brightness means that NBI opens new possibilities in assisting you in lesion detection and characterisation.

An exciting new feature, pre-freeze automatically selects the sharpest image when the image is frozen by the user.

Improved image processing
New and improved image processing delivers outstanding image quality thanks to reduced noise, reduced halation and improved colour contrast. The result: the optimum in image quality

Waterproof One-touch Connector
The new one-touch Connector enables a one-step connection to the light source and does not require a separate video cable for connection to the video processor. This saves time during procedure setup and dismantling.

Variety of signal output options
A whole range of signal output options are available dependent upon the monitor attached to the CV-190, enabling you to achieve the optimum image for the installed infrastructure. 16:9 and 16:10 format is available for HD monitors.

Power supplyVoltage (Voltage fluctuation)220~240V AC (Within ±10%)
 Frequency (Frequency fluctuation)50/60 Hz (Within ±1%)
 Current consumption150 VA
SizeDimensions370 (W) X 85 (H) X 455 (D) mm; 382 (W) X 91(H) X 489 (D) mm (maximum)
 Weight10.7 kg
Classification (medical electrical equipment)Type of protection against electric shockClass I
 Degree of protection against electric shock of applied partDepends on applied part. See also applied par (camera head or videoscope).
 Degree of protection against explosionThe video system center should be kept away from flammable gases.



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