Technology | January 05, 2015

Ampronix Announces Availability of ScanMaxx Laplinx Video Converter

Device can upscale medical video to HD quality via USB

Ampronix, Scanmaxx Laplinx, video converter, DICOM, endoscopes, PACS

Image courtesy of Ampronix

January 5, 2015 — Ampronix announced a new addition to its video converter family – Scanmaxx Laplinx.

The Scanmaxx series provides a way to upgrade medical imaging without the replacement cost. Laplinx has been tailor-made for radiologists, and allows users to connect their laptops via USB to picture archive and communication system (PACS) displays in their home or office. Simply plug in a USB cable for instant access to external displays, network connection, audio, USB printers & scanners, as well as a keyboard and mouse.

In both widescreen and standard aspect ratio, video can be mirrored or extended from a computer to two additional monitors with resolutions up to 4MP. Output resolutions can also be downscaled to accommodate two 4MP images on a large screen display. Scanmaxx Laplinx is the only external USB unit to work with diagnostic displays and comes with dual DVI video adapters for medical applications.

Other features include:

  • Widescreen/Standard screen resolutions of 800 x 600 MP up to 2560 x 1600 MP
  • USB 2.0/3.0 video inputs
  • 2 Dual Link DVI-D, LAN/RJ-45 video outputs
  • Compatibility with Windows XP – Windows 8
  • Light weight of 2.14 lbs

 

For more information: www.ampronix.com

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