RCS-100 Digital Dermatoscope

RCS-100 medical camera with dermatoscope lens can substitute or replace the traditional dermatoscopy devices, providing the additional benefit of capturing and sharing the digital photograph or video of the epidermis and dermis of the skin.

This is a real image of Rosacea.

RCS-100 with dermatoscope lens

Utilising RCS-100 with dermatoscope lens can support accurate identification and measurement of skin lesions with a digital movable ruler without the need for immersion.

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Front view of RCS-100 with dermatoscope lens

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Back view of RCS-100 with dermatoscope lens

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Digital moveable ruler within RCS-100 with dermatoscope lens

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Dermatoscope lens for RCS-100

Clinical photography in dermatology

Images are particularly important because dermatology is a medical specialty where most of the diagnoses are made with visual observation. Like in many other medical specialties, in dermatology too clinical photography has become an integral part of standard care.1, 2 Furthermore, photos are widely being used for documenting changes in pathology or healing process over time, as an effective communication tool, to make accurate and timely diagnosis, and as the most accurate tool in medical record.1, 3

Product details

RCS-100 Dermatoscope Lens

   
Dimensions in mm / in 62.1 mm x 62.1 mm x 36.0 mm
24.4 in x 24.4 in x 1.42 in
Weight

108.5 g (3.83 oz)

F/# (focal length/width) 2.2
Polarisation Dermis / Epidermis
Object distance 0 mm
Field of view 30 mm Ø
Photography source Natural light LED
LED colour temperance 4000 k
Optical magnification 2x
Digital magnification 4x
Displayed magnification 2x - 8x
Cleaning optical lenses Cleaning cloth or a lens cleaning tissue (e.g. THORLABS)

RCS-100

   
LCD screen 5“ full HD colour TFT-LCD display 1.280 x 720 pixel including scratch proof cover
Focus Automatic / Manual
Image/Video format Picture: JPEG / Video: MP4
Battery 3.6 V, 2600 mAH 1S1P 18650-li-battery
Adaptor Input: 100 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 0.3 A
Output: DC 5 V/2 A
CMOS sensor 8 MP (megapixels)
USB OTG type C USB, UVC
RAM 2 GB LPDDR3
ROM 16 GB
Optional Extended memory 16 GB Wi-Fi SD Card
Start time < 30 sec.
Wake up time < 5 sec.
Stand by time approx. 7 days
Ambient temperature 10 °C to 40 °C
Operating time Video 3.5 hours
Charging time 3 hours
Relative humidity 15% to 95% rel. non condensing
Storage 0 °C to 45 °C
Cleaning control unit and charging adaptor Soft cloth with alcohol (70 % ethyl alcohol)
Cleaning optical lenses Cleaning cloth or a lens cleaning tissue (e.g. THORLABS)
Handset weight 292 g
Handset dimensions mm (in) 225 x 135 x 45 (8.86 x 5.31 x 1.77)

Ordering information

RCS-100

ART. NO. REGION DESCRIPTION
1970-HDXX1 EU RCS-100 basic model, dermatoscope lens
1970-HDGO All RCS-100 basic model, otoscope, dermatoscope and general lens
1970-HDGX EU RCS-100 basic model, dermatoscope and general lens
1970-HDXO EU RCS-100 basic model, dermatoscope and otoscope lens

1: USA: Art. 1970-H + 13270

Lenses and Adapters

ART. NO. REGION DESCRIPTION
13270 All Dermatoscope lens

Accessories

ART. NO. REGION DESCRIPTION
13274 EU Case for RCS-100, black

Downloads

The RCS-100 Medical Camera System

Learn more about the RCS-100 with a choice of lenses and adapters that can be used to assess a patient's eyes, ears, nose, throat, skin and more.

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RCS-100 Medical Camera System

RCS-100 Digital Camera System is available with a choice of lenses and adapters.

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RCS-100 with General Lens

RCS-100 Medical Camera System with General Lens can be utilised for a general initial screening.

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RCS-100 Digital Otoscope

RCS-100 Medical Camera System with two different Endoscope Adapters.

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RCS-100 with Endoscope Adapters

RCS-100 Medical Camera System with two different Endoscope Adapters.

Telemedicine

Telemedicine uses advanced telecommunication technologies to exchange health information and provide health care services across geographic, time, social, and cultural barriers. Our Telemedicine cart can include RCS-100 medical camera system as an optional module.4

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Van der Rijt R, Hoffman S. Ethical considerations of clinical photography in an area of emerging technology and smartphones. J Med Ethics. 2014;40:211–2.

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Burns K, Belton S. “Click first, care second” photography. Med J Aust. 2012;197:265.

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Lakdawala N, Fontanella D, Grant-Kels JM. Ethical considerations in dermatologic photography. Clin Dermatol. 2012;30:486–91.

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Myers MR. Telemedicine: an emerging health care technology. Health Care Manag (Frederick). 2003 Jul-Sep;22(3):219-23. doi: 10.1097/00126450-200307000-00005. PMID: 12956223.