The 2500 COMBO Chair and Stand Unit provides a unique solution to the space vs functionality challenge, all at an affordable price. A small 44.8” (113.7cm) footprint provides total functionality in instrument delivery and patient comfort by combining features of the S4OPTIK’s Examination Chairs and the spectacular engineering of S4OPTIK’s instrument arms.
2500CH MOTORISED AUTO RECLINE EXAMINATION CHAIR
The S4OPTIK 2500 Fully Automatic Examination Chair is the perfect choice for today’s modern practice. Featuring a precision engineered motorized recline system extends from a seated to a supine position or any position in between. The 2500 Examination Chair also includes such features as convenient membrane buttons, a strong, yet silent Power Lift and Recline System, intelligent Rotation Lock, robust Foot Rest, functional Armrests, sensible Height Control locations, and an improved articulating Headrest design.
Intelligent SLIT LAMP ARM
An engineering achievement, this fully counterbalanced arm, incorporates the full function and range, with the lock/release mechanism conveniently located at your fingertips. A 13” (33cm) range of travel and counter balance up to 60lbs (27.2kg), this arm easily accommodates all, including wheelchair patients. A chair up/down switch is located on the front of the arm and is reversible for left handed set up.
Elegant HALOGEN OVERHEAD LIGHT
The overhead light completes the modern appearance of the combo, yet offers a long-lasting halogen lamp, providing bright, direct light for general lighting or minor procedures. Metal lamp arm construction allows stable, one handed movements with superior durability. The overhead lamp is low voltage (12V) for safety.
Ergonomic UPPER (REFRACTOR) ARM
Engineered with natural, and comfortable hand movements in mind, the lock/release lever engages a single lock mechanism in all three dimensions (forward/backward/vertical). A 12.5”(31.75cm) vertical range, and counter balance up to 20lbs (9.1kg) ensures precise and effortless positioning.
Reunión virtual con el Dr. Julian Triviño (Colombia)