PanOptic™ Ophthalmoscope

$595.35 each

#111-11820

Description

Innovative Optics for Panoramic Views of the Fundus

Developed and patented by Welch Allyn—creator of the world's first hand-held direct-illuminating ophthalmoscope—the PanOptic is a breakthrough concept in ophthalmoscopy. Thanks to an innovative optical design known as Axial PointSource™ Optics, the PanOptic will greatly enhance your funduscopic examinations.

Quick Facts

  • Fast, easy entry into small, undilated pupils
  • 5X larger field of view than you see with standard ophthalmoscopes in an undilated eye
  • 25° field of view versus the 5° field of view of standard ophthalmoscopes
  • A 26% increase in magnification, making it easier to see retinal details
  • Greater distance between practitioner and patient means greater comfort for all
  • Complete compatibility with existing Welch Allyn 3.5V power sources

Revolutionary New Technology For a Difference You Can See

  • Patented Axial PointSource™ Optics: This proprietary technology makes it easy to enter undilated pupils and provides a 25° field of view, resulting in a view of the fundus that's 5X greater than you see with a standard ophthalmoscope in an undilated eye.
  • Halogen HPX™ Lamp: provides whiter, brighter light.
  • Glare Extinguishment System: prevents interference from unwanted glare and reflections.
  • Welch Allyn 3.5V Power Sources: compatible with any standard 3.5V power source including: desk charger handles, convertible battery handles, wall transformers and the Lithium Ion Power Handle.
  • Patient Eyecup: The eyecup establishes and maintains proper viewing distance, provides image stability, serves as a pivoting point for panning around the retina, helps with orientation, and screens out ambient light. The eyecup is cleanable and reusable.
  • PanOptic Soft Grip: Ergonomically designed for maximum comfort, balance, and access to controls.
  • Dynamic Focusing Wheel: adjusts the focus in a continuous, smooth action for more precise control and optimum view. Available focusing range is -20 to +20 diopters.
  • Aperture Dial: allows you to select micro, small, and large spot sizes. Also includes red-free filter and slit aperture. Optional half-moon aperture (11810 only) or cobalt blue filter with add-on magnifying lens (11820 only) for corneal exams.