Welch Allyn PanOptic Ophthalmoscope provides Innovative Optics for Panoramic Views of the Fundus. Thanks to an innovative optical design known as Axial PointSource Optics, the PanOptic will greatly enhance your funduscopic examinations.
Model 11810: Half-moon aperture (provides a combination of depth perception and field of view)
Model 11820: Cobalt blue filter with add-on magnifying lens for corneal examinations (surrogate for Woods Light)
Fast, easy entry into small, undilated pupils 5X larger field of view than you see with standard ophthalmoscopes in an undilated eye
25 degrees field of view versus the 5 degrees 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
Patented Axial PointSource Optics: This proprietary technology makes it easy to enter undilated pupils and provides a 25 degrees field of view, resulting in a view of the fundus thatís 5X greater than you see with a standard ophthalmoscope in an undilated eye.
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.
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.
PanOptic Soft Grip: Ergonomically designed for maximum comfort, balance, and access to controls.
Aperture Dial: Allows you to select micro, small, and large spot sizes. Also includes red-free filter and slit aperture.