EZ-OPH-1800
EZ-OPH-1800
EZ-OPH-1800
EZ-OPH-1800
EZ-OPH-1800
EZ-OPH-1800
EZ-OPH-1800
EZ-OPH-1800
EZ-OPH-1800
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ophthalmoscope ez-oph-1800 ezer
In addition to examination of the fundus, the ophthalmoscope is a useful diagnostic aid in studying other ocular structures. The light beam can be used to illuminate the cornea and the iris for detecting foreign bodies in the cornea and irregularities of the pupil.

With 19 different lenses, including 0D to ±20D: 0D, ±1D, ±2D, ±3D, ±4D, ±6D, ±8D, ±10D, ±15D, ±20D, you’ll have everything you need, right at your fingertips.

Apertures and Filters

There is a wide range of practical apertures and filters to select from ophthalmoscopes: small spot, large spot, hemispot, red-free filter, and fixation aperture. This selection of apertures covers all the practitioner’s basic needs in an ophthalmoscope.


ophthalmoscope ez-oph-1800 ezer
Small Spot
Provides easy view of the fundus through a undilated pupil.


ophthalmoscope ez-oph-1800 ezer
Large Spot
Standard aperture for dilated pupil and general examination of the eye, wider vision can be obtained.


ophthalmoscope ez-oph-1800 ezer
Hemispot (semi-circle)
To reduce reflexes in small pupils.


ophthalmoscope ez-oph-1800 ezer
Fixation Aperture (Coaxial Model only)
The pattern of an open center and thin lines permits easy observation of eccentric fixation without masking the macula.


ophthalmoscope ez-oph-1800 ezer
Red-Free Filter
Excludes red rays from examination field for easy identification of veins, arteries, and nerve fibers.



ophthalmoscope ez-oph-1800 ezer
Versatile Device
This versatile device is available for use with AA alkaline or Ni-MH batteries and has a bulb power of 2.5 volts and 1.6 watts. You should only use a halogen bulb with it for best results. This allows you to peer into even small pupils and combine aperture and filters to get the flexibility you need when examining each unique patient and properly assessing their needs for a complete and comprehensive diagnosis.

ophthalmoscope ez-oph-1800 ezer
Zipper Bag for Security
It includes a zippered case to protect it when it is moved.
Optical Specifications
Diopter (D) 0D, ±1D, ±2D, ±3D, ±4D, ±6D, ±8D, ±10D, ±15D, ±20D
Aperture Red-free filter
Large spot
Small spot
Hemispot
Fixation aperture
Electrical Specification
Power Two AA alkaline or Ni-MH batteries
Type of bulb 2.5V / 1.6W
Electrical Safety Complying with EN60601-1 EN60601-1-2
Protection: Internal electrical power source
Operation Mode: Intermittent. 2 minutes "ON" 5 minutes "OFF".
Environment Requirements
Operation Environment Temperature
Relative Humidity
Atmospheric Pressure
+10 °C - +35 °C
30% - 75%
700 hPa - 1060 hPa
Shipping Common Conveyance
Storage +10 °C - +35 °C
30% - 75%
700 hPa - 1060 hPa
-40 °C - +55 °C
10% - 90%
500 hPa - 1060 hPa

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