New Spectra Iris indirect ophthalmoscope from Keeler

Published on December 20, 2012 at 1:10 AM · No Comments

Spectra Iris is a new addition to Keeler's indirect ophthalmoscope range. It has been specifically designed as a compact, lightweight and portable indirect with an adjustable aperture for all pupil sizes.

Spectra Iris features an adjustable aperture slider that easily changes the aperture between 20mm to 60mm to match pupil size and improve examination. The unit has variable PD (pupil distance) settings between 48 and 76mm, there are no restrictions on the user - simply adjust the PD as necessary.

The indirect system is supplied with Keeler's lightweight wraparound Sport Frames designed to ensure maximum comfort and balance; the indirect can also fit over the top of spectacles.

An in-built bright, homogenous LED light source eliminates the need for bulb replacements and allows up to four hours of continuous use. The entire optical unit and light pod can be flipped up to allow direct eye contact when talking to a patient or writing up notes. Spectra Iris can be packed away in its neat carrying case or hung around the user's neck when not in use. The compact lithium ion battery can be clipped on to a belt or stored in its charger when not in use.

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