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TEAC Introduces UR-4MD: It's Never Been So Easy to Capture & Reliably Store and Transfer Medical Imaging

September 5, 2014



TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- TEAC Corporation (hereinafter TEAC) (TOKYO:6803), the world leader in medical imaging, recording and filing solutions, today announced a new high-definition medical imaging recorder to be released in October 2014.

Medical Imaging Recorder UR-4MD is designed to capture, store, and share videos and still images virtually from any medical diagnostic apparatus, such as laparoscopies, endoscopes, arthroscopies, C-Arms, angiographies and surgical cameras. It is designed for quick set up and intuitive operation with advanced fail-safe features that support doctors and nurses in the mission critical OR environment.

The UR-4MD is TEAC’s new high definition medical imaging recorder specially designed as a “Doctor Friendly” device based on a quick set-up and easy to use concept, yet includes a robust list of features and capabilities. With auto sensing video connections and automatic video resolution detection, set-up is quick and easy, as it automatically configures itself to be ready for recording.Also, the front control panel allows users to intuitively record and play-back videos and photos in crystal clear HD, with little to no training required. UR4MD’s GUI supports 9 languages such as English, French, German, Italy, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean and Japanese.

In addition, a built-in hard drive is included for high capacity recording (up to 100 hours of HD quality videos) and redundant data back-up for fail-safe recording and disaster recovery capability. Users can simultaneously record to multiple media (a built-in hard drive, two USB devices and a Network server), share and playback instantly on other devices and locations. This adds convenience and improves workflow.

UR-4MD is network capable and can transfer the captured videos and images to servers within the hospital network. In case of power interruption during recording, UR-4MD safely shuts itself down without loss of data, and *S.M.A.R.T. monitors and reports the built in hard drive’s condition.

It has never been so easy and reliable to capture Medical Imaging with TEAC’s UR-4MD.

Keith Yoshida, Senior Executive Officer of TEAC Corporation said,

“TEAC is proud to bring this new Medical Imaging Recorder UR-4MD. This sophisticated, state-of-the-art medical imaging recorder is designed with TEAC’s core technologies for video recording and vast experience of Medical video recorders. Our technologies will allow UR-4MD to provide reliable recording to video systems at medical sites and this small footprint recorder will bring real “ease-of-use” solutions to doctors with little to no training required.”

For more details of this release, please visit our web site.

http://teacmv.jp/en/products/ur-4md.html

*Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology

About TEAC

TEAC CORPORATION (TOKYO:6803) is a global electronics design and manufacturing company based in Japan. TEAC was initially founded in Tokyo in 1953 as the Tokyo Electro Acoustic Company, and now operates with manufacturing, sales and distribution subsidiaries around the globe. TEAC manufactures and distributes high grade instrumentation data recording systems, professional audio recording equipment, audio video electronics, consumer electronics, commercial aerospace video products and medical image recording products.

Products are marketed under the brand names TEAC (consumer electronics - mass market audio products), TASCAM (consumer to professional audio products) and ESOTERIC (high end audiophile products). To learn more about TEAC, please visit our websites at www.teac.co.jp, www.teac.com and www.teac.eu.




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