The RS-3000 Advance is a premier OCT system incorporating Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscope that is designed for comprehensive evaluation of the retina and choroid. The RS-3000 Advance provides exquisite detail of the retinal and choroidal microstructures to assist in clinical diagnosis.
12 mm wide horizontal scan available with the RS-3000 Advance allows detailed observation of the vitreous body, retina, and choroid from the macula to optic disc in a single image.
Selectable OCT Sensitivity
Selecting the OCT sensitivity based on ocular pathology allows image capture with higher definition or at high speed. Ultra-fine, fine, and regular sensitivities are available for the RS-3000 Advance. Ultra-fine and fine sensitivities are used to capture high definition images and regular is used to capture images at high speed.
The tracing HD plus function in the RS-3000 Advance traces involuntary eye movements to maintain the same scan location on the SLO image for accurate image capture. This function allows accurate averaging of up to 120 images.
The TET incorporated in the RS-3000 Advance ensres accurate image capture by utilizing fundus information form the high definition SLO image. The three functions, positioning, tracing, and auto shot allow accurate image capture of the targeted region. Ocular cyclotorsion is traced via the torsion correction feature added to the tracing function.
The torsion correction function ensures the scan is oriented at the right angle even in cases of ocular cyclotorsion and fundus tilt due to head movement or incorrect positioning of the chinrest and forehead rest.
Follow-up Image Capture
The follow-up image capture function in the RS-3000 Advance performs positioning based on the previously captured baseline data, and then tracing and auto shot. It provides ease-of-use and high reproducibility of the image capture for follow-up examination.
Retinal and Chorodial modes are available for the RS-3000 Advance. The choroidal mode allows a more detailed examiniation of the choroid.
The macula line scan pattern captures a cross-sectional image at a user designated position. The 12 mm horizontal scan of the RS-3000 Advance allows observation of a wide area from the macula to the optic disc in a single image.
Choroidal mode in the RS-3000 Advance allows capture of highly reflective choroidal images by reversing the image.
The enhanced image function allows to adjust bright intensity of an image to enhance details.
Wide area scan 9 x 9 centered on the macula can be acquired with the RS-3000 Advance.
The layout of the reports can be customized and the data from seperate reports of each scan pattern can be summarized in a single report to avoid printing multiple pages. The report setting can be titled such as glaucoma, macular disease, and screening based on user preference.
Combo release mode
|Principle||Spectral Domain OCT|
|OCT resolution||Optical Z: 7µm, X-Y: 20 µm
Digital Z: 4 µm, X-Y: 3 µm
|Scan range||X: 3 to 12 mm (12 mm for line scan only)
Y: 3 to 9 mm
Z: 2.1 mm
|OCT light source||SLD, 880 nm|
|Scan speed||Max. 53,000 A-Scan / s|
|Acquisition time of 3-D image||1.6 s in regular mode|
|Internal fixation lamp||637 nm|
|External fixation lamp||530 / 565 nm|
|Auto alignment||Z direction|
|Minimum pupil diameter||o2.5 mm|
|Focus adjustment range||-15 to +10 D (VD=12 mm)|
|Working Distance||35.5 mm|
|Software analysis||Segmentation of 6+1 retinal layers Macular thickness map [NFL+GCL+IPL] analysis Optic nerve analysis Follow-up analysis|
|Fundus surface imaging|
|Principle||Confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscope (SLO light source: 785 nm)|
|Angle of view||40° x 30° angle of view (zoon: 20° x 15°)|
|Display||Tiltable 8.4-inch color LCD|
|Power supply||AC 100, 120, 230 V 50/ 60 Hz|
|Power consumption||300 VA|
|Maximum power outlet (transformer)||1,000 VA|
|Dimensions / Mass||380 (W) x 534 (D) x 499 to 531 (H) mm / 34 kg 15.0 (W) x 20.6 (D) x 19.6 to 20.9 (H)'' / 75 lbs.|
Part # 15-0075