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TRC-NW200 Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera

ProductsTRC-NW200 Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera
Company Topcon America Corporation
Item TRC-NW200 Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera
Features 
  • 33% Greater Resolution
    The color chip has been upgraded from 2.3 to 3.1 Mega Pixels to provide superior detail of the retinal surface for all types of diagnostic needs, from disc evaluation for glaucoma to hypertension and diabetic retinopathy screening.
  • Smaller Pupil Size
    Allows high quality images with an even smaller 3.7mm pupil. A real benefit when managing patients on medications or with asymmetric pupils.
  • Low Flash Intensity
    The sensitivity of the new 3.1 Mega Pixel color chip works well even at a low flash intensity (3.3W). This results in better compliance with difficult patients.
  • Auto Exposure
    Topcons new AE (Auto Exposure) helps the operator by automatically adjusting the exposure to the necessary intensity for properly illuminated images.
  • Wider Field of Coverage
    The TRC-NW200 employs one central internal fixation target, two selectable nasal targets and two selectable temporal targets, allowing a wider retinal area to be observed.
  • Thumbnail Image Display
    The images can be shown in a thumbnail display (4-up, 9-up or 16-up configuration), allowing the operator to instantly view multiple images. This feature is especially useful when selecting images to be transferred to other media.
  • IMAGEnet EZ Lite Software
    The TRC-NW200 incorporates a convenient CompactFlash card and a USB 2 connection, for fast & easy image transfer to a Windows PC. The TRC-NW200 can also be combined with our new IMAGEnet EZ Lite software for efficient data management.
Description The new TRC-NW200 Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera combines Topcons years of experience in retinal imaging with the latest advances in digital and electronic technology.
Info Topcon America Corporation
Customer Service: (800) 223-1130
Web site: http://www.topcon.com/home.html

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