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High Definition Camera Head

560H High Definition Camera Head


560H Camera Head

  • Uses 3-CCD (Charge Coupled Device) design to acquire the digital HDTV image data.
  • Captures more clinical information.
  • Breakthrough micro-electronic technology allows advanced ergonomic design: the 560 camera head is similar in size and weight to a standard camera head.
  • 3-button, 6-function interface controls image and remote operation of compatible peripheral devices like CCU's, printers, and Smith & Nephew Image Management Systems.



560H High Definition Camera Head

Equipment Protection against electrical shock
Classification Class I, applied part Type CF
Video Imager Three 1/3" Interline Transfer Micro-Lens high sensitivity CCD Image Sensors
Imaging Resolution Vertical: 1080i native TV lines
Horizontal: 1920 native TV lines
Signal-to-Noise Ratio >64 dB
Video Data Acquisition Three 14-bit RGB channels, digitized inside camera head
Video Data Transmission High-speed, low-voltage differential serial (LVDS), uncompressed 42-bit RGB digital transmission via 12-foot camera cable
Video Output Format Full HD 1080i, 100% compatible with SMPTE-274M:2005 HDTV broadcast standard when used with the 560P Camera Control Unit
Video Field Rate 60 Hz or 50 Hz universal camera head, software switchable
Operating Temperature 41° - 108° F (-20° -60° C)
Operating Humidity 38 - 75% non-condensing
Storage Temperature -4° - 140° F (-20° -60° C)
Storage Humidity 20 - 90% non-condensing
Camera Head Dimensions 1.8" x 2.6" x 2.25" (width x depth x height)
Camera Head Weight 161 grams
Camera Head Cable 12' +/-3" (3.65 m +/- 7.6 cm)
Lens Mount 1"-32 UN C-mount thread
Compatible Control Units Smith & Nephew 560P High Definition Camera System

Ordering Information

Ref Description
560H 3-CCD HD
Camera Head
72200561 NTSC/PAL

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