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.
With the EVIS EXERA III Xenon Light Source CLV-190, pre-procedure setup has never been easier thanks to a new One-touch Connector for EVIS EXERA III endoscopes.
The EVIS EXERA III Xenon Light Source CLV-190 boasts a range of new features designed to improve ergonomics within the endoscopy room. A new waterproof One-touch Connector enables fast and efficient setup without the need for additional cables. A new cooling fan design also helps to reduce background noise levels.
Brighter, more powerful Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) delivers high contrast images of vessel structures, meaning the range of applications for NBI within EVIS EXERA III is increased.
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.
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.
Operating noise reduction
A new cooling fan design means that the operating noise level is significantly reduced compared to previous generations.
Easy connection of peripherals
A new link connection means that connection of accessories such as ScopeGuide or flushing pumps is easier and faster than ever before.
|Power supply||Voltage||100~240V AC|
|Voltage fluctuation||Within ±10%|
|Frequency fluctuation||Within ± 3 Hz|
|Consumption electric power||600 VA|
|Size||Dimensions||370 (W) x 150 (H) x 476 (D) mm (standard)|
390 (W) x 162 (H) x 551 (D) mm (maximum)
|Examination lamp||Xenon short-arc lamp (ozone-free) 300 W|
|Average lamp life||Approximately 500 hours of continous use With intermittent use, the lamp life may vary slightly.)|
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