New Wireless Video Otoscope Available!

The new TeleView Wireless Video Otoscope (model EV300) is a wireless video otoscope that eliminates the need for a cable connection between the hand-held otoscope and laptop computer or TV. The EV300 is comprised of two basic components: 1) the wireless, rechargeable handpiece, and 2) a wireless receiver.

The wireless handpiece (shown right) houses 5 white LED bulbs with the capability to change brightness levels via the + or – buttons located on the back of the handpiece. It is also equipped with a focus wheel and digital zoom capabilities that can magnify images up to 2x.  The EV300 handpiece contains a 1GB micro-SD card that can store approximately 3,000 images in the handpiece. Images may be downloaded to any computer by attaching the EV300 handpiece to a computer via a USB cable.

The second component is the wireless receiver (not shown).  This component will connect to a computer or TV.  For Windows 7, Vista, XP and Server 2000, the EV300 wireless receiver will connect directly to the computer via a USB cable (included).  The user must install product software for the computer to recognize the wireless transmitter.  It will work with Mac computers but  requires the additional purchase and installation of a video capture card.  The EV300 wireless receiver will also work with any TV as long as it has a typical composite video input connection (RCA plug).

The transmission range of the TeleView Wireless Video Otoscope is approximately 33 feet (10 meters) in direct sight. The lithium ion battery housed in the handpiece will last for approximately 90 minutes of continuous use when fully charged.  The battery can be recharged by connecting the handpiece to either the USB port of the wireless receiver, the USB port found on any computer, or to a wall outlet (via USB AC adapter and silver USB recharging cable packaged with device). The battery life is approximately 300 recharges; if the battery is recharged every other day, it will last about 1-2 years. It comes packaged with reusable specula (3mm, 4mm, and 5.5 mm).  A wired version of this product (model EV400) is also available.

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A.U. Bankaitis, PhD is a clinical Audiologist with extensive clinical, research, and business experience within the hearing industry. Dr. Bankaitis created this blog to educate her colleagues on viable product solutions for their patients and/or clinical practice.
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8 Responses to New Wireless Video Otoscope Available!

  1. audiologyhearingaidservicesbykellie says:

    Hello. I have a question. What is the most economical way for video otoscope obviously med rx out of question. Its. Thousands of dollars just to educate your patient. Any suggestions thank you. Kellie

  2. Ben Altidis says:

    i’ve purchased the wired teleview from the AAA conference. Unfortunately I was given the drivers for the wireless version. How can I get my hands on the right drivers.

    • aubankaitis says:

      I assumed you purchased it from Oaktree Products? If so, we are more than happy to send you the correct version as there are two: 1) wired, and 2) wireless. Both are great but obviously, if you wanted the wired version, it is a different model and we need to get the correct one in your hands. Send me an email at and we can make the exchange. If you did not purchase it from us, call me anyway and we will figure it out so you don’t have to a lot of running around, etc. Sorry to hear you didn’t get what you originally wanted but let me help fix it.

  3. Jennifer Ross says:

    Yes it helps to know that the light source is LED. I have ordered it and am looking forward to seeing how it compares with the others I’ve tried. I’ll be checking back to see what you have to say about it after you’ve had a chance to try it out, too. From the description, it sounds like it can be used as a wireless device, but would only have to be wired by way of the dongle/USB to capture and store images on a computer. Is that accurate?

  4. Jennifer Ross says:

    What is your opinion of the MD Scope wireless otoscope? I cannot find information on what type of light it uses (halogen, LED, etc) Do you have any info on this? Thanks.

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