The Ken-A-Vision Video Flex 5400 Fume Hood Camera was specifically designed with the Labconco Fume Hoods in mind. This easy-to-use flexible neck camera may be attached to, or removed from, the fume hood with ease. Simply attach the Video Flex Fume Hood Camera utilizing the pre-drilled hole on the Labconco Basic 47 Fume Hood. The camera may then be connected by external leads to a television monitor or multimedia projector; or simultaneously to a computer (USB connection) and then to a multimedia projector for multiple people to monitor activities inside the hood from a distance. When using a computer Applied Vision™ Software may be used to capture and record experiments as single images, time-lapse sequences, time-lapse movies or continuous movies. The experiments may be recorded over a period of hours, days or weeks, limited only by the storage capacity of your computer.
All Ken-A-Vision digital products include Applied Vision software. Applied Vision is a free software that allows users to connect their Ken-A-Vision digital products directly to their computer to capture and annotate still images, video, and time lapse sequences. For more information click here.
Ken-A-Vision digital products also feature the first mobile app for document cameras. EduCam enables users to view, capture, annotate and share live streaming images directly from a document camera, visualizer or digital microscope. Designed with teacher input, EduCam is an ideal mobile solution for BYOD, One-to-One and iPad® equipped schools. For more information click here.
With this unique fume hood setup and the video streaming feature of the software, events in a hood located in a laboratory can be observed in the comfort of a classroom some distance away.