Telemedicine is changing the healthcare industry. Telehealth and telemedicine is the practice of healthcare and medicine using electronic and telecommunications technologies to deliver care at a distance. So a physician at the hospital can use a telecommunications infrastructure to provide care to a patient at home. Hospitals are always equipped with the latest, cutting-edge tech and techniques for the daily challenges they face. It’s imperative hospitals have reliable AV gear sending audio, video, and control signals for internal communications and remote doctor/patient practices.
BZBGEAR provides the latest in telehealth and telemedicine for medical professionals. Doctor/patient conferencing has become a sustainable asset for both parties by reducing office visits. Doctors and physicians can now interact and provide care for even more patients every day.
The BG-UPTZ-30XHSU PTZ camera is efficient in patient rooms with its multiple connections for simultaneous streams. Simultaneously transmit HDMI, SDI, USB 3.0, or the LAN port for RTSP streaming utilized for patient monitoring. The 30x zoom of the BG-UPTZ-30XHSU delivers high-quality HD images even at full zoom so nothing is missed. Connect to a computer via USB 3.0 for interfacing with secure conference programs like Vidyo. The doctor can control the PTZ camera on the conference end of the call by using UVC control. PTZ control is accomplished via the free BZBGEAR control app BG-PTZ-CONTROL app (available now in the App Store), the camera’s WebGUI, IR remote, or by implementing a PTZ joystick controller for precise control.
The all-in-one BG-NUCLEUS-10X is a unique PTZ camera/computer combo capable of 10x zoom with an Intel i5 NUC processor running Windows 10. This PTZ camera provides convenient connections like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB 3.0, audio, USB-C, and an HDMI 4K output. Create user profiles on the Nucleus, positioning it as a centralized computer capable of syncing accounts online as well as saving work locally or to the cloud, perfect for conference and patient rooms.
Network Based Video Distribution Simplifies Current and Future AV Infrastructure Expansions
The majority of electronic gear in hospitals communicate online, sharing information over the local area network or the web. Since most of this gear already communicates on the LAN, it makes sense to incorporate AV equipment utilizing the same technology.
AV over IP is ideal for delivering audio/video signals in today's medical facilities due to the massive size of hospitals and the invaluable benefits of simplified long-term maintenance. The most noticeable benefit of AVoIP is the elimination of older, expensive video cabling along with the labor to install said cabling in walls, ceilings, and crawl spaces to reach equipment and displays. AVoIP requires a minimal amount of cabling, using only a single CAT5/6 cable for both power and sending/receiving data signals 328 feet. This distance can be extended by daisy-chaining, or stacking, an additional network switch for a total of 656 feet.
The BZBGEAR AVoIP system uses a unique transceiver performing as either a transmitter or receiver. It’s armed with a simple flip switch for selecting the display or source location depending on application design. The BG-VOP-MT transceiver provides [email protected] support as well as many connections including HDMI, audio, RS232/IR, and HDMI loop out for local monitors or devices. Included with the transceiver and BG-VOP-CB gateway controller is a user-friendly software application BG-AVoIP-Control for switching sources and displays. It is compatible with newer iOS devices and can be downloaded in the App Store now.
Data Signal Extension with Medical Equipment for Diagnosis and Treatments
An HDMI/KVM extender is a signal device responsible for sending and receiving signals at healthcare facilities and is designed to work with category or fiber optic cables for displaying and interfacing with remote computers and other smart medical devices. The BG-EXH-150C is capable of extending HDMI, audio, and RS232 signals 490 feet (150 meters) over CAT6 cabling. If KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) functionality is required for extending peripheral devices like mice, keyboards, or cameras, then the BG-EXHKVM-70C is the choice equipped with [email protected] resolutions, HDMI, USB 2.0, and digital audio (SPDIF) extraction for local audio.
Large-scale hospitals must use fiber optic extenders for cable distances exceeding 328 feet. The reliable BG-UHD-18GFE KVM fiber optic extender provides HDMI, USB 2.0, and RS232/IR connections capable of transmitting an 18 Gbps [email protected] HDMI signal an astonishing 6.25 miles (10 kilometers) using a single-mode fiber optic cable.
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