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ProductsOEV-143 Monitors
Company Olympus America Medical
Item OEV-143 Monitors
Features 
  • Analog RGB, Y/C, and composite video inputs, easy-to-operate, on-screen menu simplifies control functions.
  • Control knobs offer convenient access to settings for contrast, brightness, aperture, phase and chroma.
  • RGB split screen mode allows two RGB inputs to be observed simultaneously, ideal for setting printer color.
  • Normal, overscan and underscan modes provide for a variety of image sizes. Safe design and cover for front panel prevents accidental setting changes.
Description The OEV-143 Monitors are designed exclusively for video endoscopy and are ideal components for use with all Olympus endoscopy systems. When used in conjunction with our innovative endoscopic equipment, the OEV-143 provides sharp, high-resolution images with excellent color reproduction to provide you with the view - and details - necessary for accurate diagnosis. They provide great image flexibility thanks to a variety of adjustable features - controlled via conveniently located front panel knobs - and are easy to operate due to a simplified on-screen menu.
Info Olympus America Medical
Customer Service: (800) 848-9024
Web site: http://www.olympusamerica.com

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