HEINE BETA 200S Ophthalmoscope
Superior aspherical optics with XHL illumination
Exclusive dustproof design protects the precision optical components and ensures maintenance-free operation.
- Aspherical optical system
- Aluminium frame system
- Eliminates corneal reflex
- Ideal for small pupils
Exclusive dustproof design protects the precision optical components and ensures maintenance-free operation. The BETA 200 / 200S Ophthalmoscopes are the only instruments with an aluminium frame system. Optical components are flush-mounted on a cast aluminum frame, eliminating misalignment and making the instrument shock-resistant. XHL Xenon Halogen bulb with bright illumination and authentic colour rendering.
The BETA 200S Ophthalmoscope accommodates higher refractive errors with a 28 single lenses Rekoss Disc and features a 74 single step design on a non-continuous wheel avoiding extreme diopter jumps (-36D to +38D) .
Exclusive continuous brightness control between 100 % and 3 (patent pending) with one-finger operation.
No stray light due to the recessed, multi-coated viewing window – eliminates distractions.
Precise one-hand control of the instrument. Ergonomic design offers flexibility while examining.
Suitable for large as well as small or undilated pupils.
Ergonomic design fits the orbita comfortably, and blocks out ambient light.
Catalogue Number: C-261.27.388
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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
What handles can be used with the HEINE BETA200 S (3.5 V) Ophthalmoscope?
The HEINE BETA200 S (3.5 V) can be used with all HEINE BETA rechargeable handles.
How do I change the light source in my HEINE BETA200 S Ophthalmoscope?
Detach the ophthalmoscope from the handle and remove the bulb. Insert the new bulb until it locks into place. The lug must fit inside the groove of the guide tube.
What lens range does the HEINE BETA200 S Ophthalmoscope offer?
Range of 28 lenses from -36D to +38D offer 74 one dioptre steps. Perfect focus even with high refractive errors.
What does AOS mean?
It is short for Aspherical Optical System and means that (in accordance with the the Gullstrand Principle) illumination and observation beam are seperated, which eliminates corneal and iris reflexes. This ensures bets possible observation without dilation.
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