An Easy-to-Use Hand-Held Video System
Designed Specifically for Telemedicine
Multi Integrated Imaging System
The system incorporates high definition (2560 x 1920) camera technology and offers multiple video output options for connection to your conferencing system. Still images and videos can also be captured with just the touch of a button and transferred seamlessly to a laptop or PC for store and forward applications.
Resolution: 1920 x 1080p HD
Light Source: LED
Display: 3.5” full color LCD
Image Format: jpeg and H.264
Media Card: micro-SD 2GB
Power Source: rechargeable Li-ion
Operating Time: 3 hours
Weight: 12 oz.
Focusing Range: 5mm to 30mm
Portable Fundus Camera Configuration
An easy-to-use handheld portable camera, the Horus Digital Scope System provides for a portable fundus configuration that utilizes non-mydriatic technology to capture images of the fundus.
The unique design and advanced technology allow it to capture still and video images of the fundus. Images captured are crisp and clear aiding in the early detection of eye diseases.
Still images and videos can also be captured with just the touch of a button and transferred seamlessly to a laptop or PC for storage and review. The low initial investment and ease-of-use make it the ideal telemedicine tool to screen and increase referrals to your practice.
- Ophthalmologic attachment captures and records high definition (1080p) still images and video that can be displayed on the 3.5″ full-color LCD display.
- Images are simply captured with a touch of a button and can be transferred seamlessly to a laptop or PC.
- The included cradle acts as both a charger and an image transfer docking station (via USB).
Attachments for a Range of Medical Applications
Attachments for ear nose & throat, dermatology, ophthalmology, audiology, women’s health, and general examinations are just afew of the potentials of this unique system. Each specialty attachment can be quickly and easily changed by just twisting the optic and removing it from the scope handle.
The Non Mydriatic ophthalmic attachment for the Horus Digital Scope system is used to capture images of the Fundus including the optic nerve. The scope provides a 40-degree field of view of the fundus giving the user a large field of view with which to examine.
The surface attachment for the Horus Digital Scope system is used for viewing close up, highly magnified images of the skin. This lens also has built-in polarization which reduces skin reflection and allows you to see deeper into epidermal layers.
The otoscope attachment for the Horus Scope system is used for viewing images of the tympanic membrane and auditory canal. It includes the capability of doing Pneumotoscopy and has an insufflator bulb included.
General Viewing Lens
The General Viewing attachment is used to meet a variety of needs that require wider angle views of the body. Common uses for this lens include wide angle views of burns, viewing the teeth and mouth, and any other areas of the body that a basic examination may be required.
The Anterior Chamber attachment is used for viewing cornea, anterior segment, and scleral areas of the eye. The lens incorporates standard LED and cobalt blue light for viewing corneal defects. This lens gives the user a highly magnified, high-resolution of the anterior segment.
Combining excellent HD image quality, intuitive design and versatility to take your telemedicine imagery needs to a new level of high-definition imagery.
Transportable, mobile and lightweight mobile telehealth solution. Ruggedized for full exam and video conferencing in any condition and location