Vantage Plus LED Convertible Slimline Wireless
"The cooler color temperature of the LED light source resulted in a level of image clarity that I’ve not found in another BIO. I have been able to find retinal pathology that was not visible with the xenon bulb BIOs in our clinic."
Todd J. Purkiss, M.D., Ph.D. - Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Kentucky Eye Care in Louisville
The Vantage Plus convertible slimline wireless unit comes standard with an LED module, HiMag lens, and dimmer control. Unit comes with a charger and two batteries.
Neutral LED cooler color
The neutral LED cooler color provides brighter, whiter illumination, longer battery life, and freedom from purchasing bulbs. Clinically, the superior optics combined with the LED illumination provides greater detail, allowing you to find retinal pathologies that are not visible with the xenon bulb.
Slimline lithium polymer battery
The Slimline lithium polymer battery weighs only 53 grams, making it comfortable and perfectly balanced. Wireless technology allows you to move from room to room and lasts up to six hours because of its combined LED illumination and lithium polymer battery.
Quality and efficiency
The high-contrast optics combined with the neutral LED or xenon light source offer brighter and higher definition retinal images.
Advanced textured engineering materials provide a lighter, smaller, and more-compact instrument without compromising the renowned Keeler reputation for robustness, reliability, and quality.
Filters and apertures
IR/UV filters are built into the optics of the Vantage Plus with optional filters and a choice of three apertures, plus a soft light diffuser.
Intelligent Optical System (IOS)
When you change the aperture, the optics and mirrors automatically adjust for you without the need to flip another lever! Keeler has designed this unique, single-step movement to make your examinations easier and faster. When you select the small, medium, or large aperture, the optics automatically adjust through the IOS mechanism. This provides three-dimensional stereoscopic views of the retina through all pupil sizes.
When looking through a large, fully-dilated pupil, the optics are separated and the light source remains in the upper position, achieving maximum stereopsis.
When looking through an intermediate pupil, the viewing optics and light sources are in a “mid position” for maximum stereopsis.
When looking through a small pupil, the viewing optics and light source are converged to allow you to view the retina through the smallest pupils stereoscopically.