Zumax DW1050 Diagnostic Wall Unit :
- 3.5V Coaxial Ophthalmoscope
- 3.5V Fiber Otoscope
- 485 wall mount transformer with handles
- Specula dispenser
- Ear Therometer
- Power Cable with Plug
485 Single Wall Mount Transformer:
Ergonomic Handle Design. Continuous Brightness Control on the handle.
Quality Spiral Cords with a comfortable working radius of up to 3m.
Instrument locks as standard equipment, preventing unauthorized removal
- Automatic switching on/off of handles when removing or
replacing them in the handle unit: saves energy and increases the
service life of the lamps
- Provides a constant 3.5V Output Voltage independent of mains voltage fluctuations
Includes Square Shaped 14cm Diameter Dial, Front & Rear Adjustable for easy reading, All kinds of Cuffs available, 2-Tube Adult Latex Bladders, Standard Latex Bulb, Inflation Valve with Spring, Standard End
Valve & PVC Coil Tubing.
The Zumax 3.5V Coaxial Direct LED Ophthalmoscope features Coaxial Optics which enable easy entry into
undilated pupils for more accurate diagnoses, while two filter selections provide optimum light levels for entering healthy eyes and those with cataracts.
Zumax 3.5V Coaxial Direct Ophthalmoscope Features:
- Coaxial Optics enables easy entry into undilated pupils through precise lamp filament and optical alignment
- 3.5V LED Lamp provides light output for true tissue color and consistent, long-lasting illumination
- 18 unique Aperture/Filter combination for greater versatility
- 28 Lenses: From 0D, ±1D, ±2D, ±3D, ±4D, ±5D, ±6D, ±7D, ±8D, ±9D, ±10D, +12D, ±15D, ±20D, -25D, +40D
- Apertures: Cobalt Blue Filter, Micro Spot, Small Spot, Large Spot, Slit, Fixation
The Zumax 3.5V Fiber Otoscope is used to view the Tympanic Membrane and External Ear Canal to diagnose outer and middle ear pathologies. The Otoscope is the most-used device in ENT.
Zumax 3.5V Fiber Otoscope Features:
- >2.0x Magnification
- LED Bulb
- Sealed System for Pneumatic Otoscopy and accurate diagnosis of Otitis Media
- Swivelling Wide-Angle Viewing Lens allows for instrumentation under magnification