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Olympus CV-180 Evis Exera II Video System - Refurbished

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Olympus CV-180 Evis Exera II Video System - Refurbished

Web ID: 12478

Condition: Refurbished

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Experience the new standard in endoscopic imaging with this advanced HDTV compatible video processor.

The Olympus CV-180 Evis Exera II Video System is equipped with high resolution HDTV imaging capability to provide the best possible image quality for endoscopes and laparoscopes, enabling observation of capillaries, mucosal structures, and other patterns. The Olympus CV-180 Evis Exera II is also compatible with the Olympus EVIS 100/130/140 Series and EVIS EXERA 160 Series endoscopes as well as bronchoscopes and surgical endoscopes (EndoEYE videoscopes, flexible VISERA videoscopes, and 1CCD/3CCD camera heads).


  • HD/SD SDI output for high-quality video image transfer.
  • NBI (Narrow Band Imaging) to enhance the visibility of capillaries and other structures on the mucosal surface.
  • Two types of structure enhancement are available — the original Type A for observation of larger mucosal structures with high contrast and the new Type B for observation of smaller structures, such as capillaries.
  • Electronic magnification enlarges moving images at the touch of a button on the scope or on the keyboard by 1.2X or 1.5X./li>
  • Convenient digital-to-digital recording of both still and moving images.
  • Still images are stored on xD cards via PC card adapter, and moving images are stored on digital video recorders via IEEE 1394 (FireWire, DV, iLINK) using remote control switches.
  • Automatic Iris eliminates the need for switching between Peak and Average required in conventional manual adjustment.
  • Picture-in-picture display for any combination of endoscopic images, fluoroscopic images, ultrasound images, and laparoscopic images.
  • Convenient index display for documentation.
  • Scope ID function for easier endoscopy suite management and for next-generation system expansion.



  • HDTV signal output
  • SDTV signal output
  • White balance adjustment
  • Standard color chart output
  • Color tone adjustment
  • Automatic gain control (AGC)
  • Contrast
  • Iris
  • Image enhancement setting
  • Switching the enhancement modes
  • Image size selection
  • Reset to defaults
  • Freeze
  • Either RGB or YPbPr output can be selected
  • VBS composite (PAL), Y/C and RGB; simultaneous output possible
  • White balance adjustment is possible using the white balance switch on the front panel
  • A color bar chart can be displayed
  • the following color tone adjustments are possible: Red, Blue, Chroma adjustment +8 steps
  • The image can be electrically amplified when the light is inadequate due to the distal end of the endoscope being too far frm the object
  • The image contrast can be set to one of the following three modes (N, H, L): N (normal): Normal image - H (high): The dark areas are darker and the bright areas are brighter than in the normal image - L (low): The dark areas are brighter and bright areas are darker than in the normal image
  • The auto iris mode can be selected. Peak: For use when observing by focusing on a small bright area. Auto: For use when observing by focusing on the eimage center
  • Fine patterns or edges in the endoscopic images can be enhanced electrically to increase the image sharpness
  • 4 enhancement levels: OFF, 1, 2, and 3
  • The size of endoscopic image can be cahnged
  • The following settings can be reset due to their defaults: User preset, image source, color tone, freeze, release index, zoom, special light observation, arrow pointer, stop watch, character on screen, exposure, PinP
  • An endoscopic image is frozen


  • Remote control
  • Patient data
  • Advance registration of patient data
  • The following ancilliary equipment can be controlled. (specified models only): VCR, video printer, image filing system, endoscopic ultrasound center, etc.
  • The following data can be displayed on the monitor by keyboard: Patient ID #, Patient name, sex and age, date of birth, date of recording (time, stopwatch), image frame #, vieotape recorder mode, display image setting, physician name, comments
  • The following data of up to 40 patients can be entered prior to surgery: Patient ID #, Patient name, sex and age, date of birth, physician

Memory card

  • Media
  • Recording format
  • Number of recording images
  • xD-Picture Card (1G/512/256/128/64/32/16 MB), specified by Olympus. MAPC-10 can be used as a PC card adaptor
  • TIFF: no compression, SHQ: approx. 1/5, HQ: approx. 1/7, SQ: approx. 1/10
  • In 16 MB, SDTV/HDTV, TIFF: approx. 30/6 images, SHQ: approx. 310/110 images, HQ: approx. 2000/760 images, SQ: approx. 2570/430 images

Image recording and playback

  • Monitor output
  • Setting memory
  • Using the monitor out switches on the front panel, it is possible to select and image using the endoscope or ancillary equipment for display on the monitor
  • The following settings are held in memory even after the video system center is turned off: white balance, iris mode, enhancement, image size, color tone

Classification as medical electrical equipment

  • Type of protection against electric shock
  • Degree of protection against electric shock of applied part
  • Degree of protection against explosion
  • Class I
  • Depend on applied part. See also applied part (camera head videoscope)
  • The video system should be not be near flammable gas

Power supply

  • Voltage (Voltage fluctuation)
  • Frequency (Frequency fluctuation)
  • 220~240V AC (within ± 10%)
  • 50/60 Hz (within ± 1%); Current consumption 150 VA


  • Fuse rating
  • Dimensions
  • 5A, 250V; Fuse size ∅5x20mm
  • 382mm W x 91mm H x 490mm D; Weight 10.5 kg