Video Printer

Video Printer


Video Printers are used to produce a permanent, color text or graphic copy (i.e., hard copy) on paper or other appropriate media (e.g., transparent film) from video data stored in a recorder or displayed by a monitor. These printers typically use a thermal transfer technology (e.g., thermal dye transfer, also known as dye sublimation) to produce a hard copy with a great variety of color tones on a dedicated film; the printers may include a digitizer (also known as a frame grabber) to convert signals from analog video sources. Color video printers are used in healthcare facilities for documentation of imaging procedures (e.g., endoscopic, ultrasound, nuclear medicine), as well as to produce images for patient files; video printers are not normally intended to produce images for diagnostic purposes.





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