Unlike conventional lasers, NIDEK’s YLC-500 & 500 Vixi is developed with SOLIC optical design, ensuring low energy density on the cornea and lens, even for large spot sizes.
An optional function vision practitioners can choose is Low Power Mode – a form of laser treatment that delivers reduced power to the retina for therapeutic effect. The laser power is decreased by a specific ratio.
LCD Brightness Adjustment
When the status is changed from standby to ready the LCD brightness decreases to minimize interference with surgeon visibility during treatment.1 of 4
Functional User Console
An intuitive graphic user interface and easy-to-read touch screen color LCD allow quick and easy setup and verification of the scan pattern and treatment parameters.2 of 4
The SD card is used as a key to start the unit. It enables software upgrades and saves a summary of the treatments3 of 4
Lightweight & Compact Design
This multifunction laser is housed in a small console. The space-saving design allows portability to virtually any room.4 of 4
Our practice recently demoed the NIDEK YLC-500 Yellow laser, and it worked extremely well! We easily did focal, PRP, and retinopexies with success and the pattern presets proved to be very accurate. The experience with other pattern scan lasers I have used in the past gave inconsistent burns.
With the YLC-500 Yellow Laser, I did not need to increase the power in order to get adequate burns and without heat spread. Additionally, the control panel is quite easy to use by switching quickly from pattern to single spot.
Accelerate the discovery and development of patient treatment and operate more efficiently with NIDEK’s ophthalmic solutions.