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Ultra M2 Slit Lamp

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20 Years ago, Marco changed the boundaries of conventional slit lamp design and performance with the original Ultra Series. Today, the Ultra M Series introduces a new era of diagnostic empowerment. Marco has again established the latest standard in slit lamp examinations.

 

  • Single-element, high-luminance LED illumination
  • 3-power Parallel / Galilean optics
  • 0-14mm continuously adjustable aperture
  • Completely integrated (cable free), low voltage electronic system
  • Cobalt Blue, Red-free, Blue LED correction filters
  • Self-contained headrest & baseplate assembly
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  • Type Binocular Stereomicroscope Parallel (Galilean)
  • Light Source LED
  • Light Source Configuration Compact/Horizontal
  • Background Illumination Not standard (option only)
  • Light Filters Blue, Red-free, Blue LED Correction
  • Slit Width 0-14mm continuous variable
  • Aperture Diaphragm Diameter (Ø) 14, 8, 5, 3, 0.3mm
  • Total # Power Magnifications 3 (10x, 16x, 25x) 
  • Magnification Change 3 Position Rotating Drum 
  • Eye Pieces 16x wide-field, high-eyepoint
  • Real Field of View (Ø) 23.3mm, 14mm, 8.8mm
  • Interpupillary Adjustment 52-82mm 
  • Diopter Adjustment Range (+/-) 7 diopters
  • Horizontal Coarse Movement 105mm
  • Horizontal Fine Movement 15mm
  • Vertical Movement 30mm
  • Fixation Light Source Red LED on Flexible Arm 
  • Large Patient Chin Rest Not standard (option only)
  • Chinrest Elevation 85mm
  • Power Supply AC100V-240V (+/-10%)
  • Power Consumption DC5V 2A
  • Weight 11Kg
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Jason Brinton

We have been using the Marco ULTRA M2 model slit lamp in our practice. The M2 has a full 14mm field of view, with a continuously variable aperture. From my standpoint as a physician, the optics are unmatched. The design and aesthetics fit well within our office environment and patients appreciate the soft LED light. Suffice it to say, we will be outfitting a fourth lane shortly with this slit lamp.

Jason Brinton, MD
St. Louis, MO

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