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Opththalmic Microscopes


There are various types of surgical operating microscopes that are used for different applications. One common type of operation microscope is used by ENT (ear, nose, and throat) medical doctors. The binocular head of the microscope is straight without any angle. Also, the focal length is usually different.

Some have USA FDA and some don’t. Those with FDA are higher grade but also cost more. All have motorized focus via foot petal. Some have zoom, some have fixed magnification. Some have motorized XY movement to center the specimen. Some have motorized zoom.
model: MS-110
This model of microscope for surgery is primarily used for ophthalmic eye surgery and examination by ophthalmologists. The main feature of this operation microscope is the motorization of the focusing with controls on the foot pad. The equipment is also portable, being mounted on a rolling wheel base.

The viewing head is binocular. There is no option for an assistant or teaching head. The eyepieces cannot be tilted on a rotating angle as they are on a fixed angle. To tilt the head, the physician tilts the complete head assembly. The microscope head has a three step magnification allowing different powers to be viewed. There is no zoom optics.
model: MS-112
This model of ophthalmic surgical operation microscope is identical to model MS-110 with the exception of it having an improved illumination system, longer reach, and a taller column size. The improved lighting gives better and brighter imaging for the surgeon. It is a slightly improved and newer model. Most of the specifications of this model are identical to model MS-110 but they are repeated here to show the difference in arm length and vertical adjustment range. For other details, refer to the text on model MS-110.
model: MS-114
This model of operating microscope is primarily used for ophthalmology and ophthalmic eye surgery. The main features of this surgical microscope are the full motorization of the controls and the zoom magnification. The motors are controlled by the foot and also by the hand. It also features a tiltable main head that the surgeon can rotate to any convenient angle.

The main head is binocular. The assistant (also called teaching) head is also a binocular, but it is not tiltable, and is on a fixed angle. One of the motorized functions rotates the whole head assembly (main and assistant heads) on an angle. The other motorized function locates the specimen in the viewing optics by moving the whole head assembly on an X - Y grid. This motor centers the specimen in the field of view. Another motorized function operates the zoom magnification. The assistant’s binocular head has a three step magnification allowing different powers to be seen as desired. The assistant head does not have zoom optics. It must be manually selected between the three magnifications.
model: MS-115
This model of surgical operating microscope is identical to model MS-114 with the exception of it having an improved illumination system that gives better imaging for the surgeon. The main light source is a xenon lamp with high intensity brightness and good color rendition.
model: MS-117
This model of surgery / operating microscope is primarily used for ophthalmology and ophthalmic eye surgery. The main features of this surgical microscope are the motorization of the focusing controls and x-y location of field of view. The servo motors are foot controlled.

The main surgeon’s viewing head is binocular. The assistant’s (also called teaching) viewing head is also a binocular version. Neither of the heads are the type that can be tilted on a rotating angle as they are on a fixed angle. To tilt the heads, the doctor needs to tilt the complete head assembly. One motorized function locates the area of interest in the viewing optics by moving the whole head assembly on an X - Y grid. This motor centers the specimen in the field of view. The master surgeon’s binocular head has a five step magnification while the assistant’s binocular head has a three step magnification allowing different powers to be viewed. Neither of the heads have zoom optics, and the magnifications are independently manually selected. The independent fine focusing for the assistant’s microscope head allows the assistant to maintain the same sharp image as the main surgeon sees.
model: MS-136
This model of operating microscope is mainly used for ophthalmic eye surgery.

This model is similar to model MS-135 but it has only one of the dual heads that the MS-135 has. It has a primary, master surgeon’s binocular head plus has a binocular teaching head assembly. This allows a second observer/assistant to view the microsurgery simultaneously. This model does not have an option for a beam splitter, ccd camera adapter, and ccd camera.
model: MS-138
This model of operating microscope is primarily used for ophthalmology and ophthalmic eye surgery. The main features of this surgical microscope are the motorization of the focusing and the motorized continuous zoom magnification. The focusing motor, zoom motor, and light intensity are all three controlled by the foot as well as the touch-screen pad.

Another of the motorized functions locates the specimen in the viewing optics by moving the whole head assembly on an X - Y grid (40mm x 40mm maximum). This motor centers the specimen in the field of view. Other motors control the bending and lifting of the microscope arm and head.
model: MS-141
This model of operating microscope is primarily used for ophthalmic eye surgery in the medical field of ophthalmology. This surgical microscope features foot controlled motorization of the focusing and the centering of the head. There are additional motorized controls for the bending and lifting of the head assembly.

Another of the motorized functions locates the specimen in the viewing optics by moving the whole head assembly on an X - Y grid (40mm x 40mm maximum). This motor centers the specimen in the field of view. Other motors control the bending and lifting of the microscope arm and head.
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