OCT (Spectral Domain) COPERNICUS
Optical tomography is a very modern, non-invasive technology of cross-sectional imaging of tissue (eg. eye retina), in which light diffused on particular layers of examined tissue is used. In SOCT COPERNICUS the newest solution in this range, such as spectral tomography was applied. In comparison with solutions used so far in devices of this type (ie. so called time domain), thanks to elimination of moving mirror, necessary for scanning into the depth of examined objects, acquired images have much higher resolution and examining may last around one hundred times shorter. Also receiving three dimensional images involves no problem thanks to short time of making B-scan. Resolutions used in this device and received results allow to say, that SOCT COPERNICUS is the world wide most modern device of this type, extending limits of possibilities in ophthalmologic diagnosis.

* Highest resolution and speed among available OCT systems
* Auteomatic disspersion control
* True, fast 3D
* Electrically controlled positioning
* Big possibilities of enhancing and presentation of scans

Technical Data

Technology     Spectral domain OCT
Measurement mode      Single B-scan, 3D mode, Asterisk, Animation scan, user definied scan parameters
Fixation      Internal and external fixations
Light source wavelength     840 nm, 50 nm half bandwidth
Axial resolution     5,6 µm
Transversal resolution     12-18 µm
Axial scanning window     2 mm
Examination speed     25.000 A scans per second
B scan width     10 nm
Maximum number of A scans per B scans    10.500
Minimum pupil diameter for measurement     3 mm
- Single B scan with colour mask
- 3D retina imaging (zooming, rotating, sectioning, surface reconstruction)
- Retina thickness analysis module
- Topographic maps of retina thickness
- RNFL thickness analysis
- Creating AVI animations of retina cross-sections
- RNFL topographic maps
- RNFL thicknes graph for nerve head neighbouring area
- RPE analysis module
- RPE deformation maps

Printout     user customized (1,2,3 or 4 results on one page)
Dimensions     570x670x650 mm (W x D x H)
Voltage     230 V, 50 Hz / 115 V,  60 Hz

All head movements motorized (using electrical actuators) and controlled from computer screen.
Direct fundus preview during scanning.
Image enhancement module (automatic dispersion control)