Network and Connectivity Electrical Requirements
Six USB 2.0 ports for memory sticks and peripherals Power supply: 100-240 VAC auto-ranging
Fully network and printer-ready (gigabit Ethernet) Frequency: 50/60 Hz
Purpose-built Windows embedded operating system Input power: 220 VA
Multilingual user interface System size: 15.5 x 17 x 6.5 inches (39 x 43 x 16.5 cm)
Weight: 26 lbs. (12kg)
Data Management Hardware Features
DICOM Connectivity

– Verification of multiple concurrent DICOM connections to other Application Entities (AEs)
– Query / retrieval of modality work list (patient data from Electronic Medical Records – EMR)
– Storage of DICOM objects to EMR / Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS)
Footswitch control (scan start, scan stop, etc.)
Customized report capability Removable one-terabyte hard drive
Data archiving and image / movie export capability Wide screen, 1920 x 1200 high-resolution monitor
B-Scan Modes A-Scan Modes
Four sets of electronic distance measurement calipers with variable velocity IOL power calculations and analysis:
– Holladay-I
– Haigis (optional)
– Hoffer-Q
Two sets of electronic angle measurement callipers (variable velocity) Movie sequence adjustable up to 5 seconds
Text annotations 50 frames-per-second image acquisition rate
Movie sequence capture up to 20 seconds

– Real-time image viewing and editing capability

10 MHz Posterior Segment

Axial Length Biometry A-Scan

25 frames-per-second image acquisition rate Immersion or contact method
10-second movie loop capability Solid focused probe with internal fixation light
Sealed probe Probe frequency: 10 MHz
Adjustable transmit gain (27-90 dB) Image depth: 40 mm
Adjustable dynamic range (Log, S1, S2, S3) Points on x-axis: 2048
Axial resolution: 50 microns 8 bit resolution
Lateral resolution: 100 microns Steps of resolution: 256
Scanning angle: 52 degrees Measurement accuracy: 50 microns inherent, 100 microns clinical
Image depth (displayed image): 48 mm Automatic or manual scan acquisition
Built-in pattern recognition with automatic scleral echo detection

40 MHz UBM Wide-Field Anterior Segment

Standardized Diagnostic A-Scan

13 frames-per-second image acquisition rate Measurement accuracy: 50 microns inherent, 100 microns clinical
20-second movie loop capability Two caliper measurements displayed in mm with variable velocities
Adjustable transmit gain (minimum to 0 dB) Tissue sensitivity value stored in memory with reset function
Adjustable dynamic range (Log, S1, S2, S3) Probe frequency: 8 MHz parallel beam
Axial resolution: 23 microns
Lateral resolution: 33 microns
Scanning angle: 30 degrees
Image depth (displayed image): 11.9 mm
Image width at focal zone: 15-18 mm
Focal range: 10.5 – 14.5 mm

Specifications are subject to change without notice.


Smart Talk Probes

A-Scan Probes

8 MHz probe for standardized diagnostic


A-Scan Probes

10 MHz focus probe with internal fixation light for biometric A-Scan


B-Scan Probes

10 MHz sealed B-Scan probe


B-Scan Probes

NEW! 40 MHz UBM Wide-Field Anterior Segment

B Scan Probes

Flanged Shells for B-Scan

(Optional Accessories)

Scleral Shells for B-Scan

(Optional Accessories)

Available in:

20mm Adult size

18mm Pediatric size

Ellex 40Mhz Probe 35

ClearScan® Bag for 40MHz B-Scan

(Optional Accessory)

ClearScan® is an innovative single-use ultrasound probe cover. Consisting of an extremely thin film that is acoustically invisible, ClearScan® provides distortion free ultrasound imaging with the added benefit of patient comfort. In addition, the ClearScan® conical shape enables the
safe and effective examination of all eye quadrants without causing corneal abrasion.

*ClearScan is a registered trademark of ESI, Inc.

ClearScan Bag for 40MHz B-Scan (Optional Accessory)

Custom Cart

(Optional Accessories)

Custom Cart (Optional Accessories)
Custom Cart (Optional Accessories)

Eye Cubed Standard Included Accessories


Printer (US customers only)