More InformationNew S4OPTIK 2000-ST Ophthalmic Examination Stand
The S4Optik 2000-ST Ophthalmic Examination Chair brings Function Sophistication to the exam room; with clean aesthetics, exceedingly simple instrument positioning and strong, advanced functionality, and durable construction.
• Advanced Instrument Console
• Precision Counterbalanced Refractor And Slit Lamp Arm
• Halogen Overhead Lamp
• Optional Counterbalanced Third Arm
LOGICAL INSTRUMENT CONSOLE
Durable membrane switches, logically positioned, control power mains, chair up/down and auto-return, overhead lamp with rheostat, and binding post (BIO) control with rheostat. Three rechargeable wells accommodate all brands of hand held instruments.
S4OPTIK 2000-ST Ophthalmic Examination Stand
INTELLIGENT SLIT LAMP ARM
An engineering achievement, our fully counterbalanced arm, incorporates the full function and range, with the lock/release mechanism conveniently located at your finger tips. A 13” (33cm) range of travel and counter balance range up to 60lbs (27.2kg), this arm easily accommodates all, including wheel chair patients. The chair up/down switch is conveniently located on the front of the arm and is reversible.
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.
ELEGANT HALOGEN OVERHEAD LIGHT
The overhead light completes the modern appearance of the 2000-ST, yet offers a long-lasting halogen lamp, providing bright, direct illumination for general lighting or focused minor procedures. Metal lamp arm construction allows stable, one handed movements with superior durability. optional THIRD ARM With the same ergonomically designed lever mechanism as the refractor arm, the optional third arm delivers a vertical range of 12.5” (31.75cm) and counter balance up to 30lbs (13.6kg) to easily accommodate the addition of a Keratometer to your examination room.
Contact InformationContact Leo Hadley Jr
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