The MediCap USB100 easily
captures digital images from medical imaging
equipment such as ultrasounds, endoscopes,
intraoral cameras, surgical microscopes,
and most video imaging devices.
CAPTURE IMAGES WITH THE TOUCH
OF A BUTTON
This revolutionary and yet low cost device
is simple to install and operate. Just plug
the USB 100 into your imaging equipment’s
video connectors. Press the Capture button
to save the image on your monitor to a USB
flash drive. When you’re finished,
remove the drive and insert it in any USB
compatible device such as a PC, laptop,
or webpad to view, enhance, and share
THE EASY WAY TO GO DIGITAL
Now you’re no longer limited to
paper or film-based images. You can archive
images digitally, email them to colleagues,
post them on a secure hospital network,
or include them in PowerPoint presentations.
Features and Benefits
Captures and stores digital
images on USB flash drive. Works
with existing ultrasounds, endoscopes,
surgical microscopes, etc.
Just Plug in and capture.
Little or no training needed.
Simply push a button to capture the current
image on the monitor - Its saved as a
still image on a USB drive.
Extremely low cost.
Revolutionary technology allows the USB100
to be priced at a fraction of the cost
of other capture equipment.
Small, portable, and rugged.
Compact design easily fits on
medical equipment carts and is designed
for demanding hospital environments.
Powerful, friendly features.
Capture via button, foot switch,
or contact closure on imaging device;
review captured images on monitor; back
to live after each capture; white case
blends with office environments.
Model MediCap USB100
Digital medical image capture and archiving
device . Saves digital images from analog
video sources to USB flash drive.
Rugged metal case with high-impact
Sealed membrane, fluid resistant
PAL/NTSC (switch selectable)
S-video or composite BNC connections
for both input and output
Hands-free capture Standard 3.5mm mini
Size: 240 x 200 x 63mm / 9.5 x 7.9
x 2.5” Weight: 680g / 24oz (appx.)
Storage: -40° C to +85° C
Operating: -20° C to +40° c