Dye Sublimation printing
Dye Sublimation printing is an ideal technology for making high quality, accurate photographic prints. The richly saturated images created by this printer are extremely stable and have a very long life-time: ideal for archiving with surgical reports.
The UP-25MD accepts analogue signals from a very wide range of medical equipment. A choice of Composite, S-Video and Component (SD and HD) inputs provides a high degree of compatibility with medical imaging devices.
Choice of self-laminating and standard media
The UP-25MD accepts two sizes of media (126 x 96mm and 96 x 72mm) in both standard and self-laminating versions. The laminating media provides an extra barrier to protect the print from humidity, spills, finger marks and scratches. It also improves the appearance of the prints.
As well as the normal lighter/darker and RGB adjustment, the UP-25MD also features HSV, for more detailed image manipulation and correction. HSV (hue, saturation and value) will, for example, allow users to boost or reduce the intensity of a single colour, without affecting the overall colour balance of the image. Colour settings can be stored for later use.
User friendly controls and front loading
User controls and access for media replacement are available on the front panel, making it possible to fit the device into compact spaces, where only the front is visible.
Designed to fit on endoscopic trolleys
The footprint of the UP-25MD is optimised to allow installation on standard endoscopic trolleys. The feet supporting the printer are in exactly the same position as previous models, making it easy to upgrade.
Predictable print costs
Each print uses exactly the same quantity of ribbon and paper, so users can budget precisely for media costs. This also means that paper and print consumables are always changed at the same time, resulting in a major saving in maintenance tasks.