Slit Lamps from ZEISS combine premium optics with superb mechanical performance and versatility. Benefit from excellent ergonomics, simple handling and easy upgradeability when you choose one of our new LED tower models - SL 220 and SL 800.
What’s more, the intuitive ZEISS Imaging Solution helps you to take your everyday slit lamp exams to the next level, integrating high-quality image and video capture into your reports. Its modular concept offers you the option to add slit lamp imaging seamlessly into your workflow and is the perfect pairing for the ZEISS LED tower slit lamps.
From daily routine to specialized examinations: ZEISS slit lamps deliver high-resolution images that let you focus precisely on what you want and need to see.
- ZEISS slit lamps offer superb optical transmission with high-resolution, high-contrast images for all types of eye examinations from overview to detail.
- Single-handed operation and ergonomic design support a comfortable body posture. Joystick, quick action brake and easy grip controls for precise slit adjustments.
- Choice of different illumination types, filter options as well as 3 to 5 magnification steps to cater to real-life user needs. Optional parallel or convergent tube to support your workflow preferences.
- All ZEISS slit lamps feature the ZEISS SL Imaging Module: Document any slit lamp examination with high resolution images and videos – for review, follow-ups and patient education.
- The fully integrated, highly compact 18-megapixel camera , and the SL imaging software combine forces to deliver high-resolution images and videos.
- User-specific capture settings and image review functionalities promote a smooth workflow.
As an integral part of every ZEISS slit lamp, it easily captures high-quality images and videos. It provides eye care professionals with a consistent and comprehensive means for documenting examination results.
The AT 020 and AT 030 Applanation tonometers from ZEISS allow precise measurement of intraocular pressure. Depending on your preference, you can attach an upright tonometer with an working position over the slit lamp swivel joint or mount a suspended tonometer on the stereomicroscope. They were designed on the principle introduced by Professor Goldmann. This principle represents the gold standard in tonometry. Adapters also allow the tonometers to be mounted to different slit lamps.