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TX-20 Tam Otomatik Non-Kontakt Tonometre - Medisa
TX-20 Tam Otomatik Non-Kontakt Tonometre

Features

  • Selectable Measurement Modes 
    The three-dimensional tracking system of the TX-20 Tonometer features a wide range of movement, so that the examinee's pupil can be detected easily. When in Full Auto mode, the TX-20 Tonometer is a one touch operation for IOP measurement for both eyes. Just press the start button and the unit automatically aligns and measures the intraocular pressure of both eyes. For added flexibility, the TX-20 Tonometer also includes Auto and Manual measurement modes.
  • Soft Air Puff & Position Safety Alert 
    For many patients, the only thing significant and worrisome about tonometry is the air puff. The TX-20 Tonometer employs a delicate air puff for patient comfort. When the Safety Alert is set, the TX-20 Tonometer automatically prevents the optical head from making physical contact with the patient.
  • Visual Reliability & Indicators 
    When a reading cannot be made, the TX-20 Tonometer display will show a snapshot of the examinee's eye along with the measurement error. The operator will know immediately whether it was an eyelid, eyelash or the eye being out of position that caused the error. The operator will then be informed on the next action to take such as adjusting the chin rest or limiter.
  • External Fixation 
    The external fixation is effective for patients with central vision defects and can be activated using the menus on the LCD screen.
  • Compact and Lightweight 
    Made for comfort for both the patient and the operator, the TX-20 Tonometer maximizes a small work area with its compact design. At approximately 33 pounds, it comfortably fits on an instrument table with a Canon Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera (each sold separately.) Keeping the Canon machines next to one another can help to expedite the exam process.
  • Multifunctional Color LCD Monitor 
    The 5.7 inch color LCD monitor tilts 40° making the TX-20 Tonometer easy to use whether the operator is sitting or standing. The clear LCD display also includes multi-functional screen buttons allowing the operator to switch menus as needed.
  • Motorized Omni-Directional Joystick 
    Aligning patients is made easier using the motorized Omni-directional joystick with a fine focus dial. All positioning may be performed with one hand allowing the other hand to work with the patient, if needed. The top of the joystick button includes the start button, which can immediately be pressed once the patient is properly positioned.
  • Input & Output Modes 
    The TX-20 Tonometer provides data output using RS-232C and LAN connections, and data input using USB connections.
  • Printouts & Fast Built-In Printer 
    Internal memory provides storage of up to 10 measurements for each eye, listing in the order they were taken, or by reliability. A printout can be setup to automatically print. The front loaded built-in printer includes an auto cutter, making it simple to remove the print-out. New paper rolls (sold separately) can easily be inserted through the feeder.

Specifications

General
  Auto Function 3D Auto Alignment, Auto Shooting
  Alignment Mode Full Auto/Auto/Manual
  Selectable Measurement Times 3/2/1
  Working Distance 11 mm From the Front of Nozzle
  Interface Input ID: USB
Output ID: LAN, RS-232C
  Display Tiltable 5.7 inch TFT LCD
  Joystick Single-Axis (Electrical)
  Built-In Printer Thermal Line Printer With Auto Cutter
  Operation Range Front/Back: 40 mm
Left/Right: 90 mm
Up/Down: 30 mm
  Chin Rest Up/Down: 60 mm (Electrical)
 
Non-Contact Tonometer
  IOP Measurement Range 0 to 60 mmHg
Includes automatic shifting between 30/60 mmHg
  Measuring Increment 1 mmHg
  Eye Fixation Target Internal Fixation Light /External Fixation Light
 
Electrical and Environmental
  Power Supply AC 100-240V 50/60 Hz  0.8-0.4A
 
Physical Characteristics
  Dimensions (W x L x H) 10.2 x 19.3 x 19.7 inches
(260 x 490 x 500 mm)
  Weight Approximately 33 pounds (15 kg)
TX-20P Tam Otomatik Non-Kontakt Pakimetreli Tonometre  - Medisa
TX-20P Tam Otomatik Non-Kontakt Pakimetreli Tonometre

Canon TX-20P

With fully automated 3D alignment and a built-in pachymeter the TX-20P is more than just a tonometer

A Fully Automatic, Non Contact Tonometer combined with a Pachymeter. The TX-20P is a multi-functional ophthalmic instrument that measures IOP and Central Corneal Thickness and then automatically calculates the corrected IOP.

Benefits

  • Fully Automatic, Non Contact Tonometer combined with a Pachymeter
  • Advanced intelligent 3D fully automated operation
  • Just press the button
  • Extremely accurate
  • More than just a very accurate Tonometer
  • Fast and timesaving
  • Space saving
  • Excellent ergonomics
  • Patient friendly
  • Lower and upper IOP warning
  • Intelligent powered joystick


Detailed Features

Fully Automatic, Non Contact Tonometer combined with a Pachymeter

The TX-20P is a multi-functional ophthalmic instrument that measures IOP and CCT and then automatically calculates the corrected IOP

Advanced intelligent 3D fully automated operation

Simply initiate the examination and multiple IOP and CCT measurements of the right and left eye will be done completely automatically!

Just press the button

No special skills required, just align on the pupil and the advanced intelligent automatic operation will take over. making the instruments very easy to use. The results will always be just as accurate , completely independent of the operator.

Extremely accurate

The TX-20P will automatically calculate the corrected IOP based on the CCT values. Since the measurements are done extremely fast, any movement of the patient will not influence the measurement accuracy.

More than just a very accurate Tonometer

The CCT values can also be displayed together with the pachymetry image, so it could help to detect corneal abnormalities too

Fast and timesaving

The TX-20P will align and measure extremely fast, even the print out and paper cut off are done automatically, reducing examination time.

Space saving

No need for two devices, the TX-20P is one compact and sleek instrument.

Excellent ergonomics

The tilting 5.7” colour LCD screen makes it possible to operate the TX-20P while standing or sitting.

Patient friendly

The soft airpuff and short examination time make the TX-20P very comfortable for the patient.

Lower and upper IOP warning

To assist during screening, threshold values can be changed to your requirements

Intelligent powered joystick

For easy 3D alignment and initiating measurement

Corneal thickness is important because it can mask accurate readings of eye pressure and delay diagnosis of glaucoma. Thicker corneas overestimate IOP values and thinner corneas underestimate. With a growing number of patients having LASIK surgery, CCT compensation is becoming increasingly important in both diagnosis and appropriate treatment plans.

RK-F2 Tam Otomatik Otorefkeratometre - Medisa
RK-F2 Tam Otomatik Otorefkeratometre

Features

  • Selectable Measurement Modes 
    The three-dimensional tracking system of the RK-F2 features a wide range of movement, so that the examinee's pupil can be detected easily. When in Full Auto mode, the unit is a one touch operation for auto-refraction and curvature measurement in both eyes. Just press the start button and the ref-keratometer automatically aligns and measures both eyes. For added flexibility, Auto and Manual measurement modes are included.
  • Small Pupil Size 
    At 2 mm, the small pupil mode helps contribute to an efficient screening and is useful when a patient's pupils are difficult to dilate. The short reaching distance between the patient and operator allows closer personal interaction and easy access to the patient's eyes.
  • Retro-Illumination 
    Using infrared retro-illumination, the RK-F2 provides a detailed view of the eye which is helpful for identifying cataracts, vitreous opacity, scars, and other serious eye problems.
  • Corneal Periphery Measurement 
    The peripheral keratometry mode provides accurate measurements for examining oblique astigmatisms and helps determine the best fit for a contact lens. The RK-F2 can be used to make a series of measurements at a 30 degree angle from the eye's center along the attentive meridians.
  • Wide Measurement Range 
    The dioptric measurement range of -30D to +22D allows examination of strong myopia or hyperopia. The astigmatic measurement range extends from 0 to 10D. The radius of curvature extends from 5 to 10 mm (33.75D to 67.5D) for keratometry.
  • Compact and Lightweight 
    The compact design of the RK-F2 is designed to be operated either sitting or standing, whichever is more comfortable for the operator. Weighing a little more than 33 pounds, the lightweight RK-F2 maximizes small work areas and comfortably fits on a Canon instrument table (sold separately) with a Canon Full Auto Tonometer or Canon Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera (both sold separately). Keeping the Canon machines next to one another can help expedite the exam process.
  • Multi-Functional Color LCD Monitor 
    The 5.7 inch color LCD monitor tilts 40° making the RK-F2 easy to use if the operator is sitting or standing. The clear LCD display also includes multi-functional screen buttons allowing the operator to switch menus as needed.
  • Motorized Omni-Directional Joystick 
    Aligning the patient's eye is easy using the motorized omni-directional joystick with a fine focus dial. All positioning may be performed with one hand allowing the other hand to work with the patient, if needed. The top of the joystick button has the start button which can immediately be pressed once the patient is properly positioned.
  • Built-In Printer 
    The front-loaded, high speed built-in printer includes an auto cutter making it simple to remove the print-out. The ECO setting reduces the printing density and thereby conserves the paper necessary for printing by up to 50% as compared to printing without using the ECO setting. New paper rolls can easily be inserted through the feeder.

Specifications

General
  Type Full Auto Ref-Keratometer
  Alignment Mode Full Auto/Auto/Manual
  Auto Function Auto Shoot
  Fixation Target Internal fixation/ Automatic fogging system
  Corneal Pupil Diameter 2 to 16 mm
  Retro-Illumination 2 images may be stored in memory
  Data Memory Maximum 10 measurements of REF and KER for each eye
  Interface RS-232C, USB Host, LAN
  Display Tilting 5.7 inch VGA color TFT LCD screen
  Operation Range Front/Back: 40 mm
Left/Right: 90 mm
Up/Down: 30 mm
  Built-In Printer Thermal line printer with easy loading and auto cutter
  Chin Rest Up/Down: 60 mm (Electrical)
  Joystick Single-Axis (Electrical)
 
Refractometry
  Sphere (SPH) -30 to +22 D (when Vertex distance of 12 mm)
  Cylinder (CYL) 0 to ±10D (Increments: 0.12D and 0.25D)
  Axis (AX) 1° to 180° 
(Increments: 1 mm)
  Pupil Distance (PD) 30 to 88 mm
  Minimum Pupil Size 2 mm
 
Keratometry
  Radius of Curvature 5 to 10 mm (Increments: 0.01 mm)
  Corneal Power 33.75 to 67.5D (When cornea equivalent refractive index is 1.3375)
  Corneal  Astigmatism 0 to -15D
  Axis 1° to 180° (Increments: 1 mm)
  Corneal Periphery Measurement area: 30° (When radius of curvature is 8 mm)
  Corneal Diameter 2 to 14 mm
 
Electrical and Environmental
  Power Saving System Available
  Power Supply 100-240V 50/60Hz
  Power Consumption 80VA
 
Physical Characteristics
  Dimensions (W x L x H) Approximately 10.2 x 19.3 x 18.5 inches 
(260 x 490 x 470 mm)
  Weight Approximately 33 pounds (15 kg)
CR-2 Dijital Non-Midriyatik Fundus Kamera - Medisa
CR-2 Dijital Non-Midriyatik Fundus Kamera

Features

  • Compact and Lightweight 
    The small design of the CR-2 provides the smallest footprint of any Canon retinal camera to date and is portable when needed. Canon instrument tables (sold separately) may comfortably fit a CR-2 and a Canon Auto-Tonometer (sold separately). Keeping the Canon machines next to one another helps expedite the exam process.
  • Mobile Retinal Imaging Solution 
    The mobile retinal imaging solution is like having onsite Teleretinal Screenings in a box! Designed exclusively for the CR-2 Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera, the custom, hardshell travel case is equipped with top and side carry handles and wheels making the CR-2 Retinal Camera easy to carry to and from locations where stationary retinal imaging equipment is unavailable. The custom travel case accommodates (each sold separately) the CR-2 Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera with dedicated camera for CR-2, laptop (max. dimensions (HxWxD) 1.47 x 16.4 x 10.7 inches), external fixation lamp, mouse, power cord and USB cable.
  • Canon EOS Camera Technology 
    High quality diagnostic images are obtained using a dedicated EOS camera for retinal imaging which incorporates a large, high-definition CMOS sensor.
  • High Resolution Images 
    The CR-2 provides high resolution images, making it easier for the diagnosis and detection of a wide range of ocular conditions and diseases.
  • Digital Filter Processing 
    Red-Free and Cobalt digital filters are included and provide enhanced screening exams. Red-Free is used for evaluating the retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) and vascular structure of the retina associated with documenting Glaucoma, Diabetic Retinopathy or Hypertension. The Cobalt filter is also used for evaluating the RNFL, as well as, Optic Disc and Optic Disc Drusen. Additionally, Green (Vascular view) and Red channel (Choroid view) digital filter views are also included.
  • White LED Flash 
    Using white LED flash light as a light source saves on power consumption and energy costs.
  • Low Flash Photography 
    The low flash intensity of the CR-2 minimizes miosis, thus shortening the time required for taking multiple view exams or stereo images. The reduced brightness improves patient comfort and reduces the "ghost" image the patient sees after an exposure.
  • Automatic Exposure Function 
    The observation light automatically optimizes the light brightness and flash intensity.
  • Ergonomic Control Panel 
    The simplified design of the control panel can be easily handled by a trained examiner. A one-hand joystick positions the camera for a desirable point of view. In darkly lit rooms, the operation panel illuminates for easier navigation. The 35 mm working distance between the patient and the operator allows easy access to the patient's eyes should they need assistance with opening their eyes.
  • Retinal Imaging Control Software 
    Using the Canon Retinal Imaging Control Software (RICS), images can be stored, viewed, processed and sent to a printer. The Canon RICS complies with the DICOM®* Standard. Images may be stored as DICOM or JPEG files and sent to a printer. For more information, visit Retinal Imaging Control Software.


    *DICOM is a registered trademark of the National Electrical Manufacturer Association for its standard publications relating to digital communications of medical information.

Specifications

Optional Accessories
  External Eye Fixation Lamp EL-1  
  Chin Rest Paper (500 sheets)  
  Wheelchair Accessible Table  
  Hard-shell Travel Case  
  Laptop  
     
General
  Type of Photography Color, Digital Red-Free, Digital Cobalt
  Angle of View 45°
  Magnification 2X Digital
  Minimal Pupil Size 4 mm (3.3 mm SP mode)
  Focus Adjustment Range Without Compensation Lens: -10 to +15D
With "-" Compensation Lens: -31 to -7D
With "+" Compensation Lens: +11 to +33D 
Split-line Aligning Type Focusing
  Light Source Observation Light Source: Infrared LED
Flash Light Source: White LED
  Eye Fixation Lamp Internal Eye Fixation Lamp, LED Dot Matrix, Green
External Eye Fixation Lamp (Sold Separately)
  Working Distance 35 mm
  Sensor Resolution 18.0 Megapixels
  Camera Dedicated EOS Camera for CR-2 (Bundled)
  Built-in Monitor 3.0 inch Color LCD Monitor
  Flash Intensity Linked to the Photography Mode
Can be Set Manually
  Auto Function Auto Exposure
  Mount Movement Front and Back 70 mm
Side to Side 100 mm 
Up and Down 30 mm
  Chin Rest Movement 60 mm
 
Electrical and Environmental
  Power supply AC 100V to 240V, 50/60Hz, 1 to 0.4A
  Operating environment Temperature: 50° to 86° Fahrenheit (10° to 35° Celsius)
Humidity: 30% to 90% (No Condensation)
Atmospheric pressure: 800 hPa to 1060hPa
 
Physical Characteristics
  Dimensions (W x D x H) 12 x 19.7 x 18.6 inches
(305 x 500 x 473 mm)
  Weight Approximately 33 pounds
CF-1 Model Dijital Fundus Kamera  - Medisa
CF-1 Model Dijital Fundus Kamera

Features

  • Color, Red-Free, and Fluorescein Angiography Imaging 

    The CF-1 Digital Mydriatic Retinal Camera integrates a digital SLR camera from Canon's EOS series to achieve high resolution images with excellent detail, contrast, and color fidelity.

  • Easy Alignment and Focus 
    The 50-degree view angle enables easy alignment and focus with less flash flare, even with smaller pupil sizes. Only a low amount of light is needed to capture clear images.
  • 2x Digital Magnification 
    Zoom the retina to 2x magnification and the system automatically crops out the peripheral edges of the image so the region of interest is larger in the frame.
  • Ergonomic Control Panel 
    Operator controls for key features such as shutter release, lamp setting, ISO adjustment, and mode switching are grouped together for one-handed operations in darkened exam rooms.
  • Pan & Tilt 
    Precise pan and tilt movements allow the operator to easily achieve views of the retina while reducing the need for patients to change their gaze.
  • Retinal Imaging Control Software 
    Using the Canon Retinal Imaging Control Software (RICS), images can be viewed, manipulated, sent to a DICOM storage device or stored as DICOM or JPEG images and sent to a printer. For more information, visit the Retinal Imaging Control Software webpage.
  • Printers and Projectors 
    If your imaging requirements include color or black-and-white prints in a variety of sizes, Canon printers offer the terrific blend of print quality, ease-of-use, speed, and cost-effective operation. For teaching facilities and conference rooms, Canon's high quality projectors provide LCOS (liquid crystal on silicon) technology, which is engineered to provide exceptional color, intricate details, and easy-to-read type.
  • Optional Accessories 
    Stereo unit

    Internal eye fixation target

Specifications

Optional Accessories  
  Stereo unit  
  Internal eye fixation target

 

 
General  
  Types of Imaging Color, Red-Free, Fluorescein Angiography
Stereo imaging (optional)
  Angle of view 50 degrees, 43 degrees (2x digital magnification)
  Minimum pupil size 5.2 mm (in SP mode 4.3 mm)
  Sensor Resolution 18.0 Megapixels
  Patient’s diopter Without compensation lens: -10D to +15D
With “-“ compensation lens: -7D to -31D
With “+” compensation lens: +11D to +33D
  Light Source Halogen lamp for observation, xenon tube for photography
  Eye fixation lamp External type (standard)
Internal type (optional)

 

Adjustments  
  Base Adjustments Forward/backward 65 mm
Right/left 110 mm
Up/down 30 mm
  Working Distance 35 mm
  Focus adjustments Split lines focusing, working distance dots adjustment
  Panning Range Right/left 30 degrees
  Tilting Range Upward 15 degrees
Downward 10 degrees

 

Electrical and Environmental  
  Power Supply AC 100-240V 50/60 Hz 7-3A
  Power Consumption Normal approximately 100 VA
Maximum 720 VA
  Operating Environment Temperature 10 degrees C to 35 degrees C
Humidity 30% RH to 80% RH (with no condensation)

 

Physical Characteristics  
  Dimensions (W x D x H) 12.6 inches x 20.9 inches x 22.3 inches
(320 mm x 531 mm x 566 mm)
  Weight Approximately 57 pounds (26 kg)
CX-1 Digital Fundus Kamera (Non-midriyatik ve Midriyatik)  - Medisa
CX-1 Digital Fundus Kamera (Non-midriyatik ve Midriyatik)

Features

  • Five Photography Modes 

    The CX-1 offers five photography modes including Color, Red-Free, Cobalt, Fluorescein Angiography (FA), and Fundus Autofluorescence (FAF).

  • Non-Mydriatic Fundus Autofluorescence (FAF) Photography 

    With the push of the Myd/Non-Myd button to select the non-mydriatic mode and the FAF mode, the operator is ready to begin taking images.  The FAF mode helps monitor macular waste such as lipofuscin, which assists the eye care professional with detecting age-macular degeneration (AMD), glaucoma, and diabetes.

  • One Touch Selection of MYD/NM 
    A single push of the Myd/Non-Myd button switches between the mydriatic and non-mydriatic imaging modes.
  • Control Panel 
    Whether the CX-1 is in mydriatic or non-mydriatic mode, the control panel has simple operation, workflow efficiency, and ergonomic controls.
  • Superior Image Quality 
    Clear, high resolution images are available in either mydriatic or non-mydriatic mode.  The 2x mode magnifies the image by automatically cropping out the peripheral edges so the region of interest is larger in the frame.
  • Stereo Photography System 

    The LCD monitor displays guides which automatically determine the base length for acquiring successful stereo images.  The two images can be stored as a pair making it easier to manage the files.

  • EOS Camera Technology 

    Made exclusively for the CX-1, the detachable camera features Canon's EOS camera technology with its renowned image processing capabilities providing optimal retinal imaging.  The camera handles five different photography modes including non-mydriatic FAF photography, Color, Red-free, Fluorescein Angiography, and Cobalt.

Specifications

Optional Accessories
  Stereo unit SU-1  

 

Internal eye fixation CX-IF

 
General
  Types of photography Color, FA, Red Free, Cobalt, FAF
  Retinal observation Mydriatic: Optical viewfinder
Non-Mydriatic: Camera unit monitor
  Angle of view Mydriatic: 50 degrees
Non-Mydriatic: 45 degrees
  Magnification 2X (Digital)
  Minimum pupil size Mydriatic: 5.1 mm or more (4.3 mm or more when SP function is selected)
Non-Mydriatic: 4.3 mm or more (3.8 mm or more when SP function is selected)
  Mounted digital camera Dedicated digital camera by Canon EOS technology
  Sensor 18.0 Megapixels
  Patient's diopter compensation range Without compensation lens: -10D to +15D
With “-” compensation lens: -31D to -7D
With “+” compensation lens: -11D to +33D
  Light source

Mydriatic: halogen lamp for observation, xenon tube for photography
Non-Mydriatic: IRED for observation, xenon tube for photography

Adjustments
  Working distance 35 mm from the front of objective lens
  Working distance adjustment Working distance dots on retina
  Fixation target Mydriatic: external type (Standard), internal type (Optional)
Non-Mydriatic: internal fixation target (LED dot matrix, green)
  Range of base movement 65 mm front and back, 110 mm side to side, 30 mm up and down
  Panning range 30 degrees to the right and left
  Tilting range

15 degrees up, 10 degrees down

Electrical and Environmental
  Power supply AC 100-240V 50/60 Hz 8-4A
  Power consumption 960 VA
  Operating environment

Temperature: 10°C to 35°C 
Humidity: 30% RH to 80% RH

Physical Characteristics
  Dimensions (W x D x H) 12.6 inches x 20.9 inches x 22.3 inches
(320 mm x 531 mm x 577 mm)
  Weight Approximately 57 pounds (26 kg)
Canon HS-100 Spectral Domain OCT - Medisa
Canon HS-100 Spectral Domain OCT
  • Canon OCT-HS100

    The Canon OCT-HS100 is the first Fully Automated Spectral Domain OCT. Operating an OCT has never been easier.

    The OCT-HS100’s extensive automatic functions simplify and optimize examinations. A single mouse click correctly aligns and focuses on the retina to maximize scan quality.
    The operator then decides with a second click when the scan itself will be initiated, allowing full control over the instrument.
    The high scan speed of 70,000 A-scans/sec results in very short examination times—typically under two seconds—improving efficiency and resulting in a very patient-friendly experience.
    Canon’s expertise in optics and innovative technology has resulted in a fantastic 3ìm optical axial resolution for amazing scan quality.
    The built in Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscope (SLO) allows for high quality retinal observations and precise follow up examinations.

    Benefits

    • Full Auto
    • High scanning Speed
    • High Image Quality
    • Auto anterior eye alignment and tracking
    • Auto Fundus tracking by SLO
    • Auto C-gate control (Coherence Gate)
    • Auto Focus
    • 10 layer recognition
    • Built in SLO
    • 10mm scan width
    • SLO tracking follow-up
    • Averaging of scans
    • Easy examinations
    • Choroid and Vitreous mode
    • Retinal Image Import with automatic overlay
    • Flexible Layout
    • Extensive connectivity

    Detailed Features

    Full Auto

    The OCT-HS100’s Full Auto feature significantly simplifies operation; standard procedures can easily be delegated and results are operator independent.

    High scanning Speed

    70,000 A-scans per second allow two-second examinations for reduced risk of motion artefacts and increased patient comfort.

    High Image Quality

    3μm axial optical resolution for unsurpassed image quality.

    Auto anterior eye alignment and tracking

    The OCT-HS100 will automatically maintain the exact alignment on the center of the eye.

    Auto Fundus tracking by SLO

    By detecting the amount of movement in fundus images, the unit can automatically compensate for small involuntary movements of the eye.

    Auto C-gate control (Coherence Gate)

    Scan depth is automatically adjusted.

    Auto Focus

    Automatic compensation of patient refraction.

    10 layer recognition

    The OCT-HS100 can recognize ten boundaries of the retina; detection of Bruch’s membrane (BM) is now possible.

    Built in SLO

    For high quality retinal observation and precise follow up examinations.

    10 mm scan width

    Increased effectiveness of examinations by capturing large areas with just one scan.

    SLO tracking follow-up

    SLO tracking allows accurate follow up examinations using the same scan position and identical scan parameters: Scan mode, position and size, fixation target position and size.

    Averaging

    Up to 50 scans can be combined for the highest possible image quality.

    Easy examinations

    Five stored examination sets: Macula Disease, Glaucoma, Choroid, Anterior and General. Examinations for other retinal diseases can be easily created.

    Choroid and Vitreous mode

    Using Enhanced Depth Imaging, two modes can be selected based on the pathology: Choroid Mode for detection of choroidal neovascularization. Vitreous Mode for the detection of epiretinal membranes or vitreo macular traction.

    Retinal Image Import with automatic overlay

    Imported retinal camera images are automatically aligned and overlaid on to the SLO image with precise position matching.

    Flexible Layout

    The OCT-HS100 takes up very little floor space and is flexible for use in most situations — even against a wall or in a corner.

    Extensive connectivity

    The unit can be used stand-alone or in a network. Tomograms or reports can be output as JPEG ,BMP or DICOM file.