The Nuvo Vu affords you the option of having an HD video camera mounted in the center of the light. This way, you can have two lights illuminating the surgical site without having to add another arm for the camera. And it assures that the camera is pointed directly at the surgical site without it getting in the way—or the surgeon coming into the camera’s fie ld and causing a shadow.The Nuvo Vu Surgical Light also offers a separate stand-alone camera option
Nuvo gives you the option of a touchscreen wall control. The wall control panel communicates wirelessly, managing one, two, or three lights as well as the HD Video Camera. While you focus on operating, your nurse or assistant can control light intensity, color temperature, Green mode, plus camera functions — all remotely.
Greater control is close at hand.
Controlling the brightness and position of your surgical illumination is critical. With the Nuvo Vu, it’s simple. Just reach up and press the center button on our removable sterilizable control handle to adjust brightness. Or rotate the handle to adjust the light pattern without moving the light via our exclusiveCross Focus Technology. Along its periphery, the Vu’s non-sterile handles allow positioning of the light head from outside the sterile field.
The NUVO Monitoring System will complement the procedure through its combination of superior ergonomics and advanced high-resolution display technology. Unlike monitors that are placed on mobile carts, the NUVO Monitor provides unrestricted positioning to help eliminate a surgeon's neck and back strain while performing a procedure.
In addition, custom-designed slip rings enable users to continually rotate the monitor around the vertical axis. The counterbalance arm allows users to position the monitor at the optimal height and distance for each surgeon, and the sterile handle on the side of the monitor is readily accessible for minor positioning adjustments during a case.For added convenience, the button located on the end of the sterilizable handle provides the surgeon with access to as many as four different images on each monitor.