Medical technology manufacturer Ampronix, based in Irvine, Calif, has announced the availability of its new DVMAXX HD, a medical-grade HD video recorder and image capture device. According to the company, the new DVMAXX HD is designed to meet a growing demand for high-definition medical displays, cameras, and devices.
The new device is an upgrade from the company’s DVMAXX, with the capacity to capture and record content in full 1920 x 1080 HD. Ampronix says the addition of a new 3.5″ LCD monitor makes the device user friendly, with easy navigation and viewing of live content or playback. In addition to being network capable, the DVMAXX HD reportedly has good portability and easy set-up features, including the ability to auto sense connections and video resolution.
A built-in hard drive allows for internal storage of patient information, as well as data backup. Users can simultaneously record to the internal hard drive, to a network server, or through the two front-loading USB ports to a USB or external drive. The internal hard drive comes with the capacity to record up to 100 hours of HD quality video.
For more information about the DVMAXX HD medical grade HD video recorder and image capture device, visit the Ampronix website.