Stryker Endoscopy 1088i HD cameras are used to catch static and streaming video images for endoscopic surgical applications.
1 HD 1088i HD video processor with camera head.
1 light source X7000.
Type: Endoscopy System
Model: 1088 HD
Stryker 1088 Camera System Features
The Hi-Definition signal from the Stryker 1088 HD Camera provides two thirds more information along with Progressive Scan technology resulting in true-to-life color reproduction, improved motion control, and the unbelievable visual precision to enable the most meticulous of surgical movements. Let us show you why the Stryker 1088 HD is A Revolution in Resolution.
Hi Definition (HD) Video – 1280 x 1024 native resolution
Incredibly small and ergonomic camera head – for superior comfort and control
Standard aspect ratio – allows you to maximize existing video equipment
Progressive scan technology – optimum image quality with superb resolution
Digital Outputs – DVI necessary to take advantage of digital HD fidelity
Four-button camera head design – control of 6 functions from the camera head
Multi-Specialty Settings – user-selectable specialty settings which customize video output for the unique needs of your cases
Stryker X7000 - 300 Watt Xenon Light Source Features
The X7000 Xenon Light Source is a light-generating unit designed to illuminate surgical sites during endoscopic applications. The X7000 uses a 300 watt xenon lamp to generate bright, crisp light, which it delivers to the surgical site via a fiber-optic light cable. It is compatible with all Stryker light cables, and, with the proper light cable and adapters, can connect to any flexible or rigid endoscope.
The X7000 is equipped with electronic scope sensing technology (ESST), a special safety feature that helps prevent accidental burns caused by an unattended light cable. When operated with an ESST light cable, the X7000 senses when the scope and the light cable are separated and places the light source in standby mode. In standby mode, the X7000 will reduce light output to a minimum, preventing the light cable from generating excessive heat.