Haag Streit BP 900 Slit Lamp w Tonometer
The Refurbished Haag-Streit BP 900 Slit Lamp unit model offers the latest illumination technology and a three magnifications (10X, 16X, 25X).
Like all Haag-Streit slit lamps, the BQ 900® features the unique cross slide mechanism allowing effortless positioning of the slit lamp. With the patented joystick, movements in vertical and horizontal directions are possible.
The heart of the Haag-Streit slit lamp (also on the BQ 900® and BP 900® models), the illumination system has the brightest illumination available in a slit lamp providing a tilting, rotating slit of up to 8 mm in length and width. Tilting is extremely important to good posterior segment observation. All filter and slit controls are conveniently situated for ease of use and, as with the cross slide mechanism, have a silky smooth, effortless movement. The slit mechanism, one of those “differences inside”, is a masterpiece of engineering in itself, affording faultless precision in both shape and movement.
The BP 900® slit lamp can easily be upgraded to perform slit lamp imaging. A beam splitter 70:30 with integrated c-mount adapter is available for the BP 900® slit lamp. The beam splitter can be switched off providing 100% of light to the oculars rather than the 30% when the camera mode us switched on.
Specially designed light spectrum to guarantee best details in diagnosis from the cornea to the retina
Brightest and most homogeneous powered slit
Imaging ready – all in one slit and background illumination
Ergonomic – combined slit and background illumination control
Three magnifications and imaging capabilities. Designed for routine practice, the BP 900® has a redesigned optical system.
Push button control of illumination located on the joystick
An optical beam splitter allows the attachment of the CM 900 Digital® Camera Module.
Change between 10, 16 and 25 X magnification by means of a simple control on the side of the microscope.
- Cooler operation
- Imaging compatible
- Offers standard 10X, 6X, and 25X magnification