GEIS® – General Exam Camera

GEIS® – General Exam Camera

Capturing clear and precise high-quality images has never been easier on this handheld device

The Visionflex GEIS® General Exam Camera (General Examination Imaging System) is a handheld device that can capture medical grade quality images and video in Full HD 1080p resolution at the touch of a button. This easy to use device allows its operator to perform a wide range of examinations, whilst its automatic or manual focus captures clear and crisp visuals every time.

Together with the Visionflex ProEX Telehealth Hub, the GEIS® Camera enables healthcare professionals to assess a patient from any remote location. This multi-purpose examination camera was developed specifically for Telehealth applications to capture and display full HD video and images of a patient encounter.

GEIS® – General Exam Camera

Clever design and easy to use

With its light weight, ergonomic design and 5 control buttons, the GEIS® General Exam Camera offers auto or manual focus, LED Illumination control and image capture all in one small, single-hand operated camera.

A range of accessories are available for the camera including a Dermatology Hood, Tongue Depressor attachment and a Wound Management adaptor.

 

 

GEIS® – General Exam Camera Product Details

Features & Benefits Specifications Certifications & Standards
  • Lightweight, ergonomic design
  • Full HD 1080p resolution
  • High intensity LED illumination
  • Adjustable LED brightness with 4 steps
  • Auto or manual focus for sharp images
  • Single button snapshot
  • Teleconferencing ready
  • No drivers required for USB2 interface (UVC output)
  • Image resolution: Full HD 1080p, 1920×1080
  • Frames per second: Up to 30f/s
  • Interface: USB 2.0 type A connector. Hi-speed 480Mbps using UVC commands
  • Control buttons: Capture image, focus (+ & -), LED brightness 4 steps (high to off)
  • Focal range: 5cm – 3m approximately
  • Illumination: 8 x high intensity white LEDs (5700K)
  • Colour adjustment: Integrated auto white balance
  • Docking station: Switches off LEDs & video when placed in the docking station
  • Mounting: Wall or desk mount
  • Power source: USB 2.0 compliant: 5v DC, 500mA
  • Power consumption: Less than 2.5W (nominally 2.1W)
  • Dimensions: 136x37x32mm, 88g (without cable)
  • Cable length: 1.5 metres
  • Environmental Storage: 0°C to +60°C, operating: +5°C to +30°C

Australian TGA , US FDA listed
follows the provisions of the Council DirectiveMDD 93/42/EEC
Qualified to IEC 60601 1:2005 (Third Edition) + CORR. 1:2006 + CORR. 2:2007 + A1:2012 (or IEC 60601-1: 2012 reprint), EN 60601-1:2006 + A1:2013 + A11:2011 + A12:2014, ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1: 2005 / A1:2012, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60601-1:14
EMC Collateral standard IEC 60601-1-2

Testimonials

The ProEX kept me safe when I was working remotely in Antarctica. As the only doctor on station I might need assistance from a colleague to work through a case with me in real time and ProEX allowed me to do that even when the colleague was 4,800km away in Tasmania.
We’re more than happy. Instead of having to describe a wound or rash the doctors can clearly see the issue and make a decision to send the patient to the hospital or just keep an eye on it. Reducing transports saves time and money and improves security to the community.
Our doctors provide support for expeditioners on Australian Antarctic stations and on ships plying the Southern Ocean. I selected the ProEX Telehealth Hub from Visionflex because it represents the cutting edge in remote imaging technology
The team have been very accommodating ensuring their tech works with our systems and giving up their time to come out and train the team. We couldn't be happier with the whole experience.
All of my older camera equipment now connect to the ProEX hubs in each of my rooms providing me with excellent quality images. I would recommend the team to anyone considering upgrading their camera technology or archiving systems

Our Clients

Our customers are as diverse as their geographies. From government to private practice. From the Australian Outback to Antarctica. It doesn’t get much more remote than that!

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