New brand slit lamp SL1400 ophthalmology new magnific


Subject: New brand slit lamp SL1400 ophthalmology new magnific
The LSL 1400 Slit Lamp is the top quality from the Slit Lamp Series.
Built in a traditional tore style configuration and presenting specialized optics and increased magnification levels, the SLS-1400 Slit Lamp uses a Galilean Optical System.
The modern design presented by the LSL-1400 model presents a" six-position revolving magnification drum that allows an easier exchange of the magnification levels from 6x, 10x, 16x, 25x to 40x than exchanging an eyepiece.
The LSL-1400 Slit Lamp presents an optic system ideal for technically advanced imaging systems.
Through the utilization of the optical beam splitter that presents an “in-out prism system,
the LSL-1400 Slit Lamp allows maximum illumination to the practitioner during the observation and at the same time to the digital and video imaging system when it is in position.
This dual port beam splitter permits an assistant scope to be attached.
0mm - 9mm continuously adjustable
1mm - 8mm continuously adjustable
9mm , 8mm , 5mm , 3mm , 2mm , 0.2mm
heat absorption, grey, red free, cobalt blue
Type Gauleo magnification changer with converging
Model of magnifying 5 steps by drum rotation
Total magnification rate 6x 10x 16x 25x 40x
(Field of view)(ø33mm) (ø22.5mm) (ø14mm) (ø8mm) (ø5.5mm) (ø1.3in) (ø0.88in) (ø0.55in) (ø0.31in) (ø0.22in)
Range of P.D. adjustment 55mm/2.16in to 75mm/2.95in
Diopter adjustment -5D to +3D
Slit projection magnification 2/3x
Slit width continuous from 0mm/0in to 9mm/0.35in(at 9mm/0.35in, slit becomes a circle)
Slit height continuous from 1mm/0.039in to 8mm/0.315in
Aperture diameter ø9mm, ø8mm, ø5mm, ø3mm, ø2mm, ø1mm, ø0.2mm ø0.35in, ø0.315in, ø0.19in, ø0.12in, ø0.08in, ø0.039in, ø0.008in
Slit angle 0o to 180o with horizontal scanning capability
Slit inclination 5o, 10o, 15o, 20o four steps
Filter piece heat-absorption, grey, red-free, and blue
Illumination bulb 12V30W halogen bulb
Fore and back movement 90mm/3.54in
Left and right movement 100mm/3.93in
Fine movement 15mm/0.59in
Vertical movement 30mm/1.18in
Vertical movement 80mm/3.15in
Fixation target Red-LED
Hruby lens -58.7D (optionally available in some regions)
Input voltage 100/220V ~±10%
Input frequency 50/60 Hz±1Hz
Input power 58VA
Output voltage Illumination bulb 7.2V, 9.8V, 11.6V
Fixation target 7.2V
Electrical safe standard Conform to Standard IEC601-1, Class I Type B
Packing box 720 x 495 x 480 mm / 28.35 x 19.49 x 18.9 in
Total weight 24 Kg / 52.9 Lb
Net Weight 21 Kg / 46.3 Lb
Five steps magnification range from 6x to 40x without changing the eyepiece, only twisting a single knob.
Accept the model R-900 Goldman applanation tonometer as other accessories.
Before using the slit lamp, adjust the proper diopter For each eyepiece to obtain a definite image.
Two kinds of fixation targets are available.One is for diopter adjustment to help the patient to see the target clearly while the other is illuminated at a fixed spot.
The base will be locked when this screw is fastened.
Separate the prism box to adjust the interpupillar distance.
Used for observing and photographing at a low magnification, and for enlarging the illumination field.
Aperture Slit Height and Display Window
There are four filters for selection
Both long and short reflecting mirrors are provided. The long mirror is routinely used for most examination procedures.The short mirror is used when the long mirror interferes with the observation pathway, such as during funduscopy.
Used for observation of fundus and the posterior segment of vitreous body.
The slit width is continuously adjustable within the range from 0 to 9 mm. The marks on the left knob stand for the approximate value of the width.
Illumination Inclination Lever
Four 5o inclination stops are available-up to 20o.
Single-handed elevation system
Easy-to-reach tilt mechanism for gonioscopy
Dial-in, and continuously variable aperture setting from 10mm to 0.2mm
Focusing fixation light is adjustable to each patient
Halogen illumination standard
Convenient illumination and light burst controls
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