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Slit Lamp BD 900

ProductsSlit Lamp BD 900
Company Haag-Streit USA, Inc.
Item Slit Lamp BD 900
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Designed for the Anterior Segment

The BD is optimized for the optician, optometrist, contact lens practitioners and ophthalmologists specializing in the anterior segment. It is also ideal for non-ophthalmologist within emergency rooms. Video- c-mount camera on the BD 900- may be fitted through a built-in video port. Standard magnification in 10 and 16 X times- through the flip of a lever placed just beneath the microscope.

  • Video Port: A video port is included with the BD 900. The image is diverted to the camera by means of a small prism permanently placed within the microscope. The video port on the BD 900 accepts a small C-Mount camera.
  • Yellow Filter: For good contrast enhancement when using Fluoresceine, simply turn the filter positioned at the front of the microscope.
  • Instrument Base: A smooth to operate instrument base with a continuously adjustable illumination control conveniently sited next to the joystick.
  • Illumination: With a single support column the BD 900 allows optimal access to the patient. The halogen bulb gives up to 300,000 Lux illumination. The slit lamp adjusts from 0-14 mm. UV and IR filters are built-in and blue, red and grey filters can be introduced as needed.
Info Haag-Streit USA, Inc.
Customer Service: (800) 787-5426
Web site: http://haag-streit-usa.com

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