One of the most basic parts of the primary care visit is the eye and ear exam. It may seem simple enough, but there is more room for error than you might think. The instruments you use can impact the quality of the exam and the accuracy of the diagnosis. To detect variations in anatomical structures, you have to be able to see them clearly. K180 diagnostic instruments feature Xenon-Halogen Illumination (XHL) to deliver a bright, white light in truer color with exceptionally high color-rendering values.
3x magnification allows for more detail of anatomical structures and easier recognition of foreign bodies.
Fiber optic illumination ensures homogeneous, bright illumination and an unobstructed view of the ear canal and tympanum.
The swiveling view window is permanently attached to avoid being lost or broken, and swivels for instrument use and complete cleaning of the instrument head.
Precision HEINE spherical optics with proprietary glare-mitigating coatings deliver crisp, clear images of the fundus.
The dust-resistant design protects the optical components and ensures maintenance-free operation.
27 diopter settings with lenses ranging from -35D to +40D provide precisely focused images in all examining situations.
Comes with your choice of five apertures: large spot, small spot, red-free, fixation star and grid, and slit.
3.0 V – 3.7 VOtoscope Nominal Current
max. 760 mAOtoscope Class
Internally poweredOtoscope Device Classification According to IEC 62471
3.0 V – 3.7 VOphthalmoscope Nominal Current
max. 760 mAOphthalmoscope Class
Internally poweredOphthalmoscope Device Classification According to ISO 10942
Group BOphthalmoscope Device Classification According to ISO 15004-2