Capture Video From Any Display
DistanceDoc 2 can capture video from virtually any medical device with a display and features all the connections needed to connect to ultrasound machines, laparoscopes, ECG monitors, and more.
DistanceDoc 2 has a DVI-I, S-Video, and an analog stereo audio input (3.5mm). The DVI-I port supports the capture of DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, and VGA signals while the S-Video port supports the capture of S-Video and composite video signals. This ensures that virtually any medical device is compatible.
Intuitive Tablet Interface
DistanceDoc 2 can be controlled using the included tablet computer. The tablet's intuitive user interface gives you complete control over all of DistanceDoc 2's functions, including recording and streaming. It is easy to use and requires no special training.
Record and Share Diagnostic Quality Video
DistanceDoc 2 captures and records videos in true HD 1080p quality. Recorded files are stored on an internal solid-state hard drive or external USB drive in either a .mov or .avi format. Furthermore, DistanceDoc 2 can instantly upload the recorded files to a network drive or online archive.
Based on Technology Developed for NASA
DistanceDoc 2 expands on technology that Epiphan developed for NASA: Onboard the International Space Station, astronauts demonstrated remote telemedicine clinical diagnostic capability using ultrasound. Along with groundbreaking video compression advancements, this technology allows DistanceDoc 2 to transmit diagnostic quality video over large distances even when only a low bandwidth connection is available.
How You Can Use It
Recording from Digital and Analog Sources
DistanceDoc 2 lets medical specialists record diagnostic quality video from a wide range of devices, including ultrasound, MRI, and x-ray machines, directly to internal solid-state storage, a USB flash drive or network storage. No modifications need to be made to the medical device and no special software needs to be installed.
Real-Time Streaming and Teleconsultation
With DistanceDoc 2, doctors are able to remotely supervise medical procedures and provide remote consultation to emergency rooms, high-risk military zones, traveling sports teams, space stations, and more. DistanceDoc 2 can stream video from virtually any medical device with a display through the local area network, the Internet, or even a mobile connection.
3.5 mm stereo audio in
3.5 mm stereo audio out
HTTP, Multicast support;
CDN/media server compatible
Internal solid state memory;
RSYNC/CIFS/FTP network storage;
Video Bit Rates
Supported Video Modes
Custom VGA/DVI modes
HD Video Format Options
R, G, B plus CSYNC signal;
R, G, B with Sync-on-Green synchronization;
DVI single link.
SD Video Format Options
Internal Storage Space
Record File Format
Branding and Timestamping Video Filters
Graphical branding using XLST
single stream or independent streaming and recording;
No moving parts
Country of Origin
Сontents of the box
DistanceDoc 2 dimensions
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General Director Epiphan Labs