ZEISS - VISULAS YAG III
Manufactured by ZEISS
DESCRIPTIONThe Fastest YAG Laser. Laser Precision Par Excellence.
The VISULAS YAG III is the disruption laser from Carl Zeiss Meditec designed in particular for applications in posterior capsulotomy (post-cataract therapy) and iridotomy. However, the YAG laser is also used for trabeculotomy, anterior capsulotomy and for IOL polishing. It's another milestone in the development of state-of-the-art, practice-oriented ophthalmic laser systems for photodisruption.
The patented ZEISS Super-Gaussian beam profile of VISULAS YAG III ensures that optical breakdown is achieved with very low pulse energies (2.5 mJ in Air). The result: fewer side effects for the patient and less risk thanks to an extremely high level of accuracy during therapy. This unique beam profile allows for efficient therapy even in the most difficult cases. The sharply defined focus of therapy beam and the highly consistent pulses permit constant tissue effects and leads to a low risk of lens pits.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSView All
3 months ago
|Require Power Supply|
where can I get power supply for VISULAS YAG III CombiReply
6 months ago
NEED OPERATING MANUALReply
a year ago
|Errors 200 & 203|
After power on, displayed two error messages: Error 200 - "Defective energy shutdown"... Error 203 "Defective pulse shutdown". I can't find the error list or service manual. Can You explain me what I must check? And what can do with this problem with nyself.Reply
DOCUMENTS / MANUALS
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCEView All
- Safe - The Super-Gaussian beam profile ensures that optical breakdown is achieved with very low pulse energies. The result: fewer side effects for the patient and less risk.
- Precise - The 4-point aiming beam system facilitates the ability to focus with extreme precision and to detect any astigmatic distortion before firing the laser.
- Ergonomic - The design guarantees unobstructed visual contact with the patient and free access to the eye. The control console contains a large illuminated display for menu-guided operation.