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New LED Digital Slit Lamp is to be launched at Optrafair London


Once again Topcon’s unrivalled innovations will take to the stand with their latest digital slit lamp - the SL-D701, which is to be launched at the very first Optrafair in London. First with LED and halogen light source options, the SL-D701 is predicted to take the industry by storm with its sharp, bright and homogeneous illumination capabilities.


The SL-D701 has illumination boost, is compatible with the new BG-5 LED background illumination for Meibomian gland observation and can come with latest DC-4 digital camera for high resolution, smart capture, still image capture as well as movie. The camera has auto exposure function, seamless integration and Infra-Red sensitivity. 


Some of the most obvious benefits of LED illumination are: consistent colour temperature throughout the entire light intensity adjustment and substantial reduction in bulb replacement, therefore energy efficient and cost saving from the outset.


The SL-D701 has additional filter options: Blue Free Filter for superior fluorescent viewing of tear flow details and scars and Amber Filter for a warmer, more pleasant tone of the skin and eye structures.


“Following a sneak preview of this instrument at this year’s ‘SightCare Conference’ we are looking forward to bringing this to its full launch at Optrafair London. With many of Topcon’s customers located in London and the South East, what a brilliant opportunity to share our latest technologies with the customers that might not normally attend Optrafair in Birmingham.” Commented Graham Trevor, Director of Medical Sales at Topcon GB Ltd. As before I think we need to reword it.


This latest LED Digital Slit Lamp is part of the largest new product unveil for Topcon, which is taking place during the highly anticipated Optrafair London at Olympia National. Other products include a brand new 3D OCT and a Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera.


In addition to the new products, Topcon are committed to running ongoing training programmes, at Optrafair London. They are the sole supporter of the CET poster trail along with a keynote lecture on Sunday 13th April and a series of workshops throughout the show.