New & Used Video Conferencing Equipment

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Device: Video Conferencing Equipment
Manufacturer: Zeiss
Model: Video Trolley
Location: Germany, Bavaria
Rating: 93%

Video Conferencing Equipment may also be referred to as :

Video Teleconferencing System | Video Conference System | Videoconferencing System, Telemedicine | Teleconsultation System | Teleconferencing System, Video | Remote Conference System | Telemedicine Videoconferencing System | VTC Unit

Tips for buying Video Conferencing Equipment

  1. When looking for video conferencing equipment, make sure that the display matrix consists of 256 colors for a proper view of the transmitted video.
  2. Other features to be included in the ideal video conferencing equipment are: a full common intermediate format resolution of at least 352 x 288, and a quarter common intermediate format resolution of at least 170 x 144 with a frame capture rate of at least 30 fps.
  3. The video teleconferencing system's supported compression algorithms should include H.261 and H.263 for video and G.711, G.722, and G.723 for audio at minimum.
  4. The video conferencing equipment camera should be a color charge coupled device with a horizontal resolution of at least 300 lines.
  5. Based on the type of consultation required using the video teleconferencing system, some additional input devices may be needed.
  6. The facility should include technical specifications in their request for proposal to suppliers. These should be based on the applications planned for the telemedicine videoconferencing system.
  7. Facilities should clearly specify their telecommunications and networking requirements before purchase of a teleconsultation system. They need to ensure that the telecommunications technology needed to transmit diagnostic quality information is available at the primary and remote sites.
  8. When choosing a carrier, facilities should look into the following factors: monthly and annual fees, certification costs per site, billing procedures, and experience with videoconferencing and telemedicine applications.
  9. Before purchasing scopes from a telemedicine supplier, facilities should decide whether they could use existing scopes with the telemedicine system.
  10. Facilities should also consider the installation requirements of video conferencing equipment or a telemedicine videoconferencing system, and whether it needs roll-about, group, or desktop configurations. They should keep in mind that group configurations require a dedicated room for videoconferences.
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