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3D processor

The 3DV-190 3D visualisation unit overcomes the limitations of 2D and previous 3D systems to provide clearer visualisation and spatial context for the tissue being operated on. The unit mixes separate left and right images to produce 3D images that can be viewed in a number of modes, including side-by-side or line-by-line.

Key benefits

Mixing of left and right images

By integrating the left and right images from two CV-190 systems, the 3DV-190 visualisation unit provides a three-dimensional image on the monitor or recorder.

Output to multiple monitors

The 3D output is produced in the optimal format, either 3G-SDI, HD-SDI or DVI-D. The ability to feed the output to multiple monitors is also available.

Switching between 2D and 3D observation

While 3D gives a greater depth of view of the tissue being operated on, it is possible to switch between 2D and 3D observation modes easily by remote button if required.

3D imaging provides depth perception and a precise spatial view of anatomy that cannot be achieved with traditional 2D systems. The 3DV-190 3D visualisation unit acts as a mixer for left and right images from two CV-190 systems to produce true to life images in several 3D formats: 3G, line-by-line or side-by-side. The side-by-side option enables the user to send the images to a recorder through a high definition serial digital interface (HD-SDI). This 3D solution provides a new perspective on surgical imaging, enabling faster and more accurate laparoscopic surgery that is second only to open surgery.

Several 3D formats
The 3DV-190 visualisation unit allows the user to choose between several 3D formats, enabling optimal visualisation during any procedure. 3G, line-by-line or side-by-side are selectable.

3D side-by-side
By selecting the 3D side-by-side option, the two images can be output to recorders through HD-SDI to save images for discussion with colleagues or the patient.

NBI (Narrow Band Imaging) is easily available
NBI greatly enhances the detail that can be seen during surgery and this can be applied to both 2D and 3D images with the 3DV-190 unit.

Power SupplyVoltage220–240 V AC; within ±10%
 Frequency50/60 Hz; within ±3%
 Rated input100 VA
SizeDimensions (W x H x D)370 x 85 x 454 mm; 375 x 91 x 478 mm (maximum)
 Weight7.7 kg
Classification (medical electrical equipment)Type of protection against electric shockClass I
 Degree or protection against explosionThe visualization unit should be kept away from flammable gases.
ObservationSignal formatHDTV signal
 Digital Output Signal3D output: 3G-SDI (Level B), DVI-D (WUXGA or 1080p can be selected, and SIDE BY SIDE or LINE BY LINE can be selected).
2D output: HD-SDI, DVI-D (WUXGA or 1080p can be selected).
 2D/3D modeObservation mode can be switched between 3D and 2D mode.
 Recorder Output SignalRecord format, 3G-SDI and HD-SDI can be selected.
3G-SDI: “Same as Monitor Output” and “Always 3D” can be selected.
HD-SDI: “Same as Monitor Output”, “Always 3D SIDE BY SIDE” and “Always 2D” can
be selected.
 3D/2D display indicationDisplay mode can be selected between 2D mode and 3D mode.
Always: The display mode is always indicated by text on the monitor.
3 sec: When 3D or 2D display mode is switched, the switched mode is indicated by text for 3 seconds on the monitor.
Memorization of Selected Setting Value The following settings are held in memory even after the visualization unit is turned OFF.
  • Monitor output signal
  • Record output signal
  • 3D/2D display indication
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