Convenient set with Welch Allyn's high-quality diagnostic instruments.
Features and Benefits
The Welch Allyn 3.5v Coaxial Ophthalmoscope uses a Halogen HPX lamp that provides 30% more light output for true tissue color and consistent, long-lasting illumination. It has 6 apertures for general and specialist use and 28 lenses from -25 to diopters for better resolution. Its rubber brow rest prevents scratching of eyeglasses. Its illuminated lens dial clearly identifies settings. The coaxial optical system produces a shadow-free spot and easier entry into undilated pupils. The crossed-linear polarizing filter reduces corneal reflection. The red-free filter may be used with any aperture. It has 18 possible aperture combinations for greater versatility and sealed optics for better dust protection. Otoscope uses Halogen HPX Lamp and fiber optics for cool light with no reflections, no obstruction. It comes with a built-in throat illuminator/penlight and a wide-angle viewing lens for instrumentation under magnification. Universal handle accepts all Welch Allyn 3.5v instrument heads. The 3.5v Nasal Illuminator uses a Halogen HPX lamp that provides 30% more light output for true tissue color and consistent, long-lasting illumination. It uses a fiber optic light transmission for cool distal light, and is also convertible to a throat illuminator/penlight. Chrome-plated brass handle rests comfortably in the hand. It comes with an adjustable rheostat control; smooth, knurled finish; and safety switch to prevent accidental battery drainage.
3.5v Coaxial Ophthalmoscope Head with Halogen Lamp (Model 11720)
3.5v MacroView Otoscope/Throat Illuminator Head with Specula and Halogen Lamp (Model 23820)
3.5v Nasal Illuminator Complete with Halogen Lamp and Speculum (Model 26535)
3.5v Direct Plug-in Style Handle (Model 71000-A)
3.5v Nickel-Cadmium Rechargeable Battery
Hard Case for 3.5v Set
Reusable Polypropylene Diagnostic Otoscope Specula, Set of Four (2, 3, 4, 5 mm)
The Welch Allyn Warranty
Welch Allyn will repair or replace, free of charge, any parts of its own manufacture proven to be defective through causes other than misuse, neglect, damage in shipment, or normal wear.