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HD1200

Autoclavable Camera System

Overview


The HD1200 Autoclavable Camera System offers quick-cycle sterilization to support your OR efficiency.

Features

  • Autoclavable camera head offers an economical, quick-turn sterilisation - 3 minute, 273°F/ 134°C cycle. 1
  • Selectable HD outputs of 1080i, 1080p or 1200p delivers high-quality images with flexible compatibility to various accessories.
  • C-mount, 1/3-inch 3CCD design creates compatibility to all current Smith & Nephew HD optics.
  • Two programmable camera head buttons enable control of various image aspects and accessories.

Comprehensive Warranty and Service Solutions

  • Two-year warranty to be free from defects in material and workmanship.
  • Service agreements covering use-related damage are available by calling
    +1 978 749 1262.

1 Compared to liquid chemical sterilisation.
Reference Data on file at Smith & Nephew, 2011.

Technical Specifications


HD1200 Autoclavable Camera Control Unit

Power Requirements 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz; Dual Fuse
Equipment Classification Protection against electrical shock classification Class 1, applied part Type CF
CCU Dimensions 267 x 69 x 360 mm/10.5 x 2.7 x 14.2 in
CCU Weight 3.7 kg
Display Output 50 Hz
Selectable Output Resolution 1200 x 1024, 1920 x 1080i/p,
1920 x 1200p
Signal-to-Noise >60 dB ratio
Shutter PAL: 1/50 per second through 10,000 per second shutter speed; HD-SDI according to SMPTE 292-2008; DVI according to DDWG DVI 1.0
AC Leakage Current Camera Control Unit: less than 300 microamps earth leakage
Video Accessory Controls Two mini-phono connectors (3.5 mm)
Operating Temp 25°-45°C with 3-inch minimum clearance on sides,top and rear of a non-ventilated open-front enclosure
   

HD1200 Autoclavable Camera Head

Equipment Protection against electrical shock classification Class 1, applied part Type CF
Video Imager Three 1/3" interline transfer micro-lens high sensitivity CCD image sensors
Signal-to-Noise Ratio >60 dB
Sterilisation Steam: prevacuum or gravity

- Temperature: 273°F
- Dwell Time: 4 minutes
- Dry Time: 10 minutes

Storage Temperature: -20°-60°C

Storage Humidity: 20-90% RH (non-condensing)

Operating Temp: 25°- 45°C with
3-inch minimum clearance on sides, top and rear of a non-ventilated open-front enclosure
Camera Head Dimensions D = 38 mm L = 75.5 mm/D = 1.49" L = 2.97"
Camera Head Weight 95.1 g
Camera Head Cable 12' +/- 3", (3.65 m +/- 7.6 cm)
Lens Mount 1"-32" UN C-mount thread
Compatibile Control Units Smith & Nephew HD Autoclavable Camera System
   

Optional Accessories

Analog Conversion Box

Y/C Video Outputs One Y/C video output, combined luminance/chroma signal into 4-pin mini-DIN plug
Composite Output One RCA connector analog, encoded video signal that includes vertical and horizontal synchronizing information

Ordering Information

Reference # Description

72203388 HD1200 Autoclavable Camera System (US)
72203389 HD1200 Autoclavable Camera System (UK)

System Includes:

72203361 HD1200 Camera Control Unit
72203360 HD1200 Camera Head
72203418 Digital to Analog Converter Box

Warranty:
Two-year warranty to be free from defects in material and workmanship

Service:
Service agreements covering use-related damage are available by
calling +1 978 749 1262

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