Easy to use – optimal imaging
Equipped with a more basic camera sensor, the IM 600 is a cost efficient alternative to the IM 900 and the standard solution for all BP 900 slit lamps.
The IM 600 is a fully integrated compact imaging solution for BP 900 and BQ 900 slit lamps. It has unique ergonomics that provide full control of the imaging process without detracting from the clinical examination. The included EyeSuite software package contains a comprehensive imaging program and permits its integration into a practice network.
Ideal workflow – no distraction
The control panel allows to operate both the camera and the slit lamp illumination. Located in front of the joystick of the slit lamp, it can be used blindly while focusing on the patient. The compact and modern design conforms to the design of the slit lamp. Thus the Imaging Module comes as a component of the whole system, thereby supporting an ideal examination workflow.
Simple image capturing
Our fast and accurate automatic exposure control ensures correct illumination of the image while you are concentrating on your examination. Thanks to the History Trigger function, you do not need to worry about a patient blinking or moving when you take an image. The History Trigger does not just capture a single image, but records the last few seconds in real time and lets you select the perfect image.
EyeSuite Imaging is a straightforward imaging software supporting the Haag-Streit imaging solutions. Easy image capture, efficient image editing and a well-structured patient management system make the software a perfect team player for daily practice.
Flexible interfaces for easy network integration
The EyeSuite software is designed for optimal patient flow in busy practices. Supporting the Haag-Streit imaging solutions, EyeSuite makes the slit lamp fully networkable. Thus, no proprietary third-party software is required to provide connectivity. If the slit lamp is connected to an EyeSuite server, all the images taken can be accessed remotely from any number of viewing stations connected to the same database.