Japan-based TEAC is set to introduce a new medical imaging recorder, UR-4MD, in October 2014, developed to capture, store, and share videos and still images from any medical diagnostic apparatus.
The new medical imaging recorder can capture images from laparoscopies, endoscopes, arthroscopies, C-Arms, angiographies and surgical cameras.
With its auto sensing video connections and automatic video resolution detection, the doctor-friendly device automatically configures itself to be ready for recording, according to the company.
The device incoporates a built-in hard drive for high capacity recording and redundant data back-up for fail-safe recording and disaster recovery capability.
TEAC said that the device’s GUI supports nine languages such as English, French, German, Italy, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean and Japanese.
TEAC senior executive officer Keith Yoshida said the new UR-4MD has been designed with core technologies for video recording and vast experience of medical video recorders.
"Our technologies will allow UR-4MD to provide reliable recording to video systems at medical sites and this small footprint recorder will bring real "ease-of-use" solutions to doctors with little to no training required," Yoshida added.
TEAC produces and distributes high grade instrumentation data recording systems, professional audio recording equipment, audio video electronics, consumer electronics, commercial aerospace video products and medical image recording products.