The ALLEGRA 590 boasts apochromatic optics which provide a sharp and high-contrast image for the surgeon at any zoom setting. The large stereo base of 25 mm ensures an exceptional depth perception.
Due to the inclination of -30° to + 120° and a lateral tilt of +/-45°, deep cavities and narrow canals can be illuminated and examined optimally, while the ALLEGRA 590 always remains balanced. The electromagnetic brakes retain the microscope safely in the required working position.
In addition to the motorised zoom and focus, the microscope is equipped with an X-Y coupling for horizontal tracking in ophthalmology and focusing in ENT surgery. Switching from ophthalmic to ENT mode can be easily achieved at the push of a button. As standard, the ALLEGRA 590 is equipped with a 200 mm front lens (objective lenses of 175 mm to 400 mm focal length can also be chosen).
The ALLEGRA 590 contains a ﬁlter disk for daylight, softlight, UV protection (yellow ﬁlter), blue light (excitation of ﬂuorescence)
EIBOS, the non-contact wide-angle ophthalmoscope for vitreoretinal surgery, can be easily mounted.
For co-observation, a MÖLLER MEDIS high-resolution monitor can be mounted directly to the microscope arm. This is equipped with a touch screen, which allows the viewing and controlling of video recordings and snapshots during operation. A video camera (1 CCD) is integrated.
“The ALLEGRA 590 is the perfect microscope for practices that perform ophthalmic surgery - such as cataract or anterior segment - as well as ENT examination and treatment”, explains Product Manager Steve Derham. “Its compact design requires little space, so it is ideal for smaller clinics or practices.”
For further information regarding the new ALLEGRA 590, or any other Haag-Streit products, contact Haag-Streit UK on (01279) 414969, or visit http://www.haagstreituk.com.
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