The Zeiss OPMI LUMERA T is a surgical microscope with a Stereo Coaxial Illumination (SCI). Even with strongly pigmented, decentered, and ametropic eyes, the LUMERA T produces a high-resolution and a high-contrast view. This LUMERA microscope features a backup bulb if necessary and is integrated with Superlux Eye xenon illumination. The Superlux Eye xenon illumination allows you to see the anatomic structure of the eye in its natural colors and in highly accurate detail. This microscope is also equipped with fully independent assistant’s microscope. The ability to add a fully-integrated assistant scope with independent focus and zoom and the increased brilliance of xenon illumination are just two innovations that set the OPMI Lumera(R) T from the competition. SCI(TM) (Stereo Coaxial Illumination) for brilliant red reflex, ZEISS apochromatic optics for an unparalleled view of the surgical field and magnetic clutches for effortless scope movement further set the scope apart as the ideal workhorse for surgery centers and teaching academic institutions alike.
Visualization of the Red Reflex
The Stereo Coaxial Illumination (SCI) allows you to benefit from the detail recognition, high-contrast brilliance and stability of the red reflex – even with strongly pigmented, decentered and ametropic eyes. This technology enables you to see all the details of a patient’s eye.
The magnetic brakes make positioning the surgical microscope very simple. When the brakes are released, the system smoothly glides into a new position; when locked, the surgical microscope remains firmly in place.
Independent second view
This OPMI Lumera® T surgical microscope is equipped with a completely integrated assistant’s microscope. The second surgeon selects the focus and magnification independently of the main surgeon, thus enabling active assistance.
Natural color impression
The integrated Superlux® Eye xenon illumination allows you to see the anatomic structure of the eye in its natural colors and highly accurate detail. The use of the HaMode™ filter allows surgeons who prefer halogen to quickly switch to a light spectrum equivalent to halogen. This is particularly beneficial when several surgeons with different preferences regarding the light source use one system.
Deep View the integrated depth-of-field management system, permits optimization of the microscope image to depth of field or light transmission.
Superlux Eye xenon illumination offers surgeons a whiter, more natural, higher contrast image of the surgical field than standard halogen illumination.
HaMode filter for Superlux Eye xenon illumination system, generates halogen-like light Ideal for hospitals where some surgeons prefer xenon, others halogen illumination.
SCI (Stereo Coaxial Illumination) provides constant brilliance and brightness: every detail of the patient’s eye becomes visible.
Apochromatic optics with high light transmission, result in maximum image quality for operations and documentation.
- Apochromatic Optics
- Motorized Zoom: 1:6 Zoom Ratio
- Magnification Factors: 0.4 to 2.4>
- Focusing Range: 50 mm
- Binocular Tube: Invertertube (optional 0-180° tiltable tube)
- Red Reflex Illumination and Full Field Illumination with the SCI
- Eyepieces: 10x (12.5x optional)
- Objective Lens: f = 200 mm (f = 175 mm optional)
- DeepView: Depth of Field Management System
- Integrated Assistant’s Microscope
- Fully Stereoscopic
- X-Y Coupling: 40 mm x 40 mm Adjustment Range, Reset-Button for X-Y Coupling and Focus
- Blue Blocking Filter
- Retinal Protection Device
- Fiber Optic Illumination
- Integrated 408 nm UV Barrier Filter
- S8 Floor Stand
- Maximum Load for Arm: 44 lb. (complete microscope equipment, including accessories)
This 2012 Zeiss OPMI Lumera T comes equipped with:
- 6 Month Warranty
- Beam Splitter
- Assistant’s Binoculars
- S8 Stand