The F-10 confocal digital ophthalmoscope from NIDEK is a leap forward in retinal imaging technology. The F-10 captures every detail of the retina and choroid, providing high-contrast images with outstanding quality.
The F-10 was developed to give Ophthalmologists a high definition (HD) diagnostic imaging system. Designed to provide astonishing infrared scanning images, high contrast FA Images with streaming video plus super IA choridial views. Auto fluorescence is also available for early dry AMD patients/ studies.
The F-10 is the Next Generation of Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscope. It is equipped with the latest in Laser Digital Technology, providing unsurpassed image quality for every detail of the retina and choroid. It is very useful in identifying minute details of any retinal and choroidal pathology.
Optimized Catadioptoric System of the F-10 captures crystal clear images of the retina even on periphery areas with minimized affects of aberration. The F-10 Digital Ophthalmoscope provides exceptional capillary details without any post-exam image processing.
The F-10’s four light sources for each unique wavelength are applicable for various clinical applications.
The F-10 is capable of both IA and FA streaming video and digital images, or simultaneous imaging of both. The F-10’s high-speed capture rate enables clinicians to locate the exact location of retinal irregularities.
As well as angiography, the F-10’s IR scanning offers the possibility of its utilization as a daily routine examination device.
The F-10 Digital Ophthalmoscope also provides techniques such as DCO – Differential Contrast Ophthalmoscopy and Dark Field Imaging.
Each Fluorescein Angiography (FA), ICG Angiography (IA) and simultaneous imaging of both with high frame rate enables clear observation of pathology from the early stage of examination.
Panoramic Imaging of the F-10 is useful in capturing details of retinopathy in central and peripheral areas of the patient’s retina.
490nm wavelength light source of the F-10 enables Autofluorescence Imaging. Since Autofluorescence imaging requires no injections to the patient, it is comfortable for the patient.
|Fileld of view||40 (24 x 32)
60 (36 x 48) with non contact wide field lens
|Focus range||-15 to +15 dioptres spherical, increments of 0.5 dpt|
|Optical resolution||16 to 20 µm|
internal 2 x 2 LED
|Confocal aperture||1.5 to 7 mm (5 increments)
Dark field (3 increments)
|Measurable pupil diameter||2.5 mm or larger|
|Laser source||ICG excitation and IR reflectance : laser 790 nm (Class 1)
FAG excitation and blue reflectance : laser 490 nm (Class 1)
Green reflectance : laser 532 nm (Class 1)
Red reflectance : laser 660 nm (Class 1)
|Image mode||Fluorescein angiography (FA)
ICG angiography (IA)
FA + IA
IR reflectance (IR)
Differential contrast ophthalmoscopy (DCO)
|Sensor mode||Normal sensor / differential contrast sensor|
LAN (10 / 100 Base-T)
Automatic image transfer to PC
List and thumbnail index available
|Power supply||AC 100 to 120 V or AC 220 to 240 V ±10% 50 / 60 Hz|
|Power consumption||A maxmum of 350 VA|
|Dimensions / Weight||450 (W) x 610 (D) x 590 to 630 (H) mm / 55 kg
17.7 (W) x 24.0 (D) x 23.2 to 24.8 (H) " / 121.3 lbs.
Part # 15-0076