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VNG Ulmer (system)
The VNG Ulmer system enables to analyze the nystagmus at low and medium frequencies. It offers a large range of tests including vestibular and ocular-motor tests.
Upgradable and customizable system
Complete software with vestibular and ocular-motor tests
Simple and intuitive
Precise analyze of vestibular functions
System designed by a doctor for doctors

The VNG Ulmer system is designed as a modular system.
Each doctor can choose which tests to use so that the tool is best suited for the practice as well as to the associated camera (wired or wireless).

Modules: (Nystagmus ,Caloric ,Saccade, Smooth pursuit ,Gaze ,Optokinetic

New interface : intuitive and updated
New printout reports
Easy customization of protocols directly through software
« Plug and Play » update : automatic back up of all old configurations during set up
Audio and video recording with SmartCam camera (from 5.17.25 version)
Available on laptop (new compatible cameras)

Binocular analysis (with VISIO mask)
Rotational tests (with MED4 chair)
Test of the otolith function (with SVV module)
Detection of vibration-induced nystagmus (with VVIB vibrator)
Caloric tests (with air or water irrigators)
Audio and Video recording with a room camera

4 Gb RAM
Graphic card with dedicated memory - NVIDIA or AMD RADEON type (minimum 2 video output to enable extended mode (dual view))
Intel processor I5-xxx (3rd generation)
1 USB port available (or 2 if VNG Visio) and/or PCI slot available (with MED4 configuration)
Wi-Fi connectivity if wireless configuration (with SmartCam camera)

Available on Windows PC.
Class IIa medical device (European medical device directive 93/42/EEC)

FDA approvedEC conformity / EN60601-1 / EN60601-1-2
Wired VNS4X camera
Wireless SmartCam camera
VNS3X camera (with USB acquisition box)

Goggles Flex : with VNS4X wired camera
Goggles Flex or Xpress Mask : with SmartCam wireless camera
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