The SL-17 weighs less than 800g and provides easy and versatile operation with a choice of 10x and 16x magnifications, 3 slit widths* (0.1mm, 0.2mm, 0.8mm) plus spot illumination and a cobalt blue filter using a high illumination LED as the light source.
The cobalt blue filter is useful for foreign body and contact lens applications.
The SL-17 has a rheostat controlled light source from 0 to 20,000 Lux. The LED light source provides a much whiter light than ordinary halogen light sources found on competitive instruments.
The SL-17 is compact and portable making it the ideal instrument for domiciliary environments, mobile evaluations, pediatrics, and patients not able to be imaged by a traditional slit lamp.
The SL-17 is especially useful in emergency rooms where patient mobility is a challenge, or when switching between consultancy rooms is necessary. Offering cordless operation, the SL-17 is powered by (4) AAA rechargeable or dry cell batteries to provide long lasting, continuous operation of the extra-bright LED lamp.
Illumination is thumb wheel controlled and illuminated for easy viewing in a darkened room.
The Kowa SL-17 uses the following commercially available batteries:
New circular base increases slit lamp stability providing a safer place to store the instrument
|Working Distance||Approximately 80mm (16x) and Approximately 100mm (10x)|
|Light Source||White LED|
|Type||Binocular: Direct Image Type, Erected Real Image|
|Angle of Convergence||13°|
|Actual Field of View||⌀10mm(16x) ⌀15mm(10x)|
|Magnification Change||Built in Both Oculars|
|Ocular Diopter||-8D to +5D|
|Slit Length||Fixed, 12mm|
|Slit Width||0.1mm, 0.2mm, 0.8mm|
|Light Intensity||Adjustable Continuously|
|Slit Projection Angle||Horizontal ±60°|
|Filter||Built-in Cobalt Blue Filter|
|Duration of Illumination||Approximately 140 Minutes|
|Power Unit Type||(4) AAA Rechargeable or Dry Cell Batteries|
|Power Supply||Input: DC4.8 to 6.4V Power Consumption: 3.6 to 4.5VA|
|Slit Lamp Dimensions||220(W) x 95(D) x 220(H) mm|
|Slit Lamp Weight||745g (Batteries Not Included)|
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