ZEISS CIRRUS Photo One System

CIRRUS photo facilitates broader, more comprehensive diagnostic insights.

 
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Description

ZEISS Essential Line: CIRRUS Photo One

Broader Clinical Insights

ZEISS Cirrus Photo One System simultaneously provides high-quality fundus images and OCT scans, CIRRUS photo facilitates broader, more comprehensive diagnostic insights. Each modality by itself is a premier quality diagnostic instrument. Together, they enable you to characterize and examine the patient’s condition more completely and easily.

Greater Diagnostic Certainty

Comprehensive, high-quality diagnostics form the basis for informed decisions. With its superb multimodality visualizations, CIRRUS photo delivers exceptional insights, supporting greater diagnostic accuracy and certainty.

Added Practice Value

As a highly efficient and versatile instrument, CIRRUS photo offers substantial value. In addition to streamlining your workflow and supporting more comprehensive assessments, it saves time and space. By eliminating the need to move patients to another instrument, it also enhances the examination experience – for patients and practice staff alike.

Broader clinical insights, greater diagnostic certainty and added practice value – the new CIRRUS™ photo

from ZEISS delivers all that in a single, integrated system for both fundus imaging and OCT. CIRRUS photo combines a full mydriatic/non-mydriatic fundus camera with proven CIRRUS HD-OCT technology in one compact and highly versatile system.

Visualize findings from various modalities. Correlate data from high-density OCT cubes, thickness and layer maps with results from superb color fundus images as well as fundus autofluorescence and fluorescein angiography* images. All in one convenient sitting.

Have it all in a single system for fundus imaging and OCT.

 

Specifications

Main System

Field angle 45° and 30°
Pupil diameter ≥ 4.0 mm; ≥ 3.3 mm (30° small pupil mode)
≥ 2.0 mm for OCT scans only
Refractive error compensation +35 D … -35 D, continuous
Working distance 40 mm (patient’s eye – front lens)
Fixation targets External and internal
Internal Attention mode and free position or programmed sequences
Database Patient information and images with field angle, FA time, R/L recognition and date of visit are stored
Monitor 23” TFT (1920 x 1200)
Instrument table Asymmetric, suitable for wheelchairs
Accessories Network printer, sliding keyboard shelf, network isolator,
FORUM eye care data management system

Fundus Camera

Capture modes Color, red-free, blue, red and fundus autofluorescence pictures,
as well as pictures of the anterior segment,
CIRRUS photo 800 only: + fluorescein angiography and ICG angiography
Filters Filters for green, blue and fundus autofluorescence images, UV/IR barrier filters
CIRRUS photo 800 only: + FA + ICGA: exciter and barrier filters
Capture sequence From 1.5 seconds (depends on flash energy)
Capture sensor CCD 5.0 megapixels
Xenon flash lamp 16 flash levels (30 Ws)
CIRRUS photo 800 only: 24 flash levels (80 Ws)

OCT

Technology Spectral domain OCT
Optical source Superluminescent diode (SLD), 840 nm
Scan speed 27,000 A-scan per second
A-scan depth 2.0 mm (in tissue), 1024 points
Resolution Axial 5 μm (in tissue), transverse 15 μm (in tissue)

Computer

Operating system Windows Embedded Standard 7
Hard drive Storage of over 30,000 fundus images with OCT cube scans (present size: 320 GB)
Interfaces USB ports and network connectors, DVI port
Export/import Image formats: BMP, TIFF, JPEG, PNG
Patient list, DICOM MWL, DICOM storage