BG-NUTRIX: The Next Generation of Medical Grade PTZ Cameras
The BG-NUTRIX is a brand-new 4K/Full-HD IEC 60601 Certified auto-tracking medical grade NDI|HX PTZ camera with night vision, integrated stereo speakers/microphone, and a 30X optical zoom lens. It features smooth PTZ functions, advanced image processing features, and flexible connection options in addition to its spotlight features. Thanks to its NDI|HX compatibility, users can easily maintain a stable live video feed by leveraging their existing network connection.
BG-Nutrix Features in Detail
IEC Medical Certification, Night Vision, and Stereo Speakers: These features make the BG-NUTRIX ideal for various medical applications. The IEC 60601 medical certification ensures that the camera meets safety standards for medical environments. The IEC 60601 certification is a mandatory requirement for medical devices to be sold in most countries worldwide. It is designed to ensure the safety and reliability of medical equipment, particularly concerning the electrical and electronic components that make up the device.
The night vision feature allows the camera to function in low-light conditions, which can be essential for remote patient monitoring and medical procedures. The stereo speakers and microphone provide clear audio, which is important for communication during remote consultations, telemedicine, and live medical procedures.
High-Resolution Imagery: [email protected] / [email protected] resolutions: High-quality video resolutions are essential in the medical industry for various applications such as telemedicine, live medical procedures, training sessions, and remote consultations. With [email protected] / [email protected] resolutions, healthcare professionals can accurately view the details of a medical procedure, making it easier to diagnose, analyze, and discuss cases remotely. Additionally, the 30X optical zoom lens lets medical professionals magnify the subject they are recording without losing image quality.
Multiple Connection Options: HDMI, USB, LAN: These connectivity options offer versatility in terms of video input and output options. HDMI ports can connect cameras, medical imaging devices, or any other video source to the system, while USB and LAN provide additional connectivity options for peripherals such as keyboards, mice, or networked devices. The variety of connection options ensures the BG-NUTRIX will have interoperability with any pre-existing systems.
What is NDI?
Network Device Interface (NDI) is a high-performance AV over IP standard that allows anyone to use real-time, ultra-low latency video on existing IP video networks. The NDI open protocol enables professionals to share video through a local area network (LAN) with video-compatible devices. With a single ethernet cable connection, medical professionals can merge all monitoring and recording tasks from start to finish.
Control Options for the BG-NUTRIX
RS Communication Protocols: The BG-NUTRIX supports RS422 (compatible with RS485) output and RS232 input/output. RS232 supports cascading, making it easy for engineers to operate.
Control Protocols: Support for multiple control protocols including VISCA, PELCO-D, PELCO-P, and auto identification protocol.
Network Protocols: Support for multiple network protocols including ONVIF, GB/T28181, RTSP, RTMP protocols, and supports push mode in RTMP to link with streaming media servers easily. Plus, it supports RTP multicast mode and network full command VISCA control protocols.
NDI Interface: Camera operators can use the NDI interface to transmit video signals from their cameras over a local area network (LAN) to other devices on the same network.
BZBGEAR Camera Control Software: BZBGEAR offers free control software available for Windows, Mac, and iOS.
Auto Tracking Capabilities of the BG-NUTRIX
The auto-tracking technology uses the latest human detection AI algorithms to exhibit unparalleled tracking speed and accuracy. This monocular tracking method uses only one camera and one lens to easily detect and capture human forms and moving objects in seconds.
The auto tracking is presented in two modes: Presenter Tracking and Zone Tracking. Presenter Tracking tracks its target everywhere without the need to wear any receiving devices. It has strong locking and anti-interference capabilities giving medical professionals the flexibility to work without interruption while continuously being tracked. Zone Tracking can be set to track a specific area providing a clear, smooth representation of what the medical professional wants to monitor or showcase.