AutoRetinal Imaging


ORION GALLERY

The new NIDEK AutoEaseTM Technology
     
         
 
         
         
  Main Applications      
 

  • ORION is a fully automatic non-mydriatic fundus camera
    that works without the assistance of an operator

  • ORION senses the presence of a patient and takes several images
    representing different fields of the retina,
    compensating for a patient’s refractive error

   
         
 
  • Acquired images are transferred to a laptop computer for review

  • Works in combination with external computer,
    through a wireless Ethernet connection,
    for automatic image capture, storage and review

         
  Nidek AutoEaseTM      
         
 
  • ORION is the first device belonging to a new concept of products development

  • The new Nidek AutoEaseTM products are designed
    for operational ease, efficiency and consistency
   
         
  Key Features      
         
 
  • Operator-free design

  • Minimal Technician training

  • Instantaneous results

  • Ergonomic & patient-friendly design

  • No displays, no joysticks, no buttons, just a computer connection

   
         
         
 
  • High-resolution color fundus images corresponding to a 7 µm of optical resolution

  • Results in under one minute per eye

  • Minimum pupil size as small as 3.8 mm

  • Voice synthesizer for automatic indications to patient/operator

   
         
         
 
General Information
 

Size

 

41cm x 40cm x 60cm – 16" x 16" x 24"

Weight

 

18 kg – 40 lbs

Power Supply

 

100 to 240 VAC – 50/60 Hz

Power Comsumption

 

180 W

Class

 

Class I (according to MDD 93/42/EEC)

Type

 

Type 1B (according to IEC 601-1)

Pupil Tracking and Auto-Focus

 

IR LEDs

Lamp for Color Image

 

Xenon flash lamp

Image Storage

 

Wireless connection to external computer

Ambient Operating Temperature

 

10/40° C – 50/104° F

Ambient Operating Humidity

 

30% to 85% (non-condensing)

 

Technical Information

 

Field of View

 

45°

Optical Resolution

 

7 μm

Working distance

 

26.5mm (lens to eye)

Minimun Patient Pupil Diameter

 

3.8 mm