The SL-D701 Slit Lamp combined with the DC-4 Digital Camera Attachment provide an efficient slit lamp imaging system capable of capturing still images, video clips and multiple capture sequences. Used in combination with the exclusive BG-5 LED Background Illuminator, the SL-D701 delivers high quality color images of the anterior segment of the eye. The incorporated Near Infra-Red filter system allows for capturing monochrome images of specific eye structures such as the Meibomian glands. The SL-D701 imaging system comes standard with the EZ Capture basic imaging software and can be easily upgraded to the comprehensive IMAGEnet capture system.
- Key Features
- High-quality sensor factory optimized
- Automatic exposure
- Enhanced color balance
- Capture of still color images
- Capture of video clips
- Smart Capture™ multiple sequence
- Meibography documentation capability
- Convenient LAN and USB interface to PC
- Compact and unobtrusive
- End User Materials
- Press Releases
- Articles & Publications
Instruction manual that gives an overview of operating procedures for the BG-5.
Users manual that basic operating procedures, maintenance and troubleshooting for the DC-4.
Users manual that gives an overview of assembly, basic operating procedures, and maintenance for the SL-D701.
|Title:||Topcon Introduces New SL-D701 Slit Lamp with LED Illumination, Optional DC-4 Digital Camera Attachment and BG-5 Background LED Illuminator with Meibography Capabilities|
|Release Date:||April 2, 2015|
Topcon Medical Systems (TMS) of Oakland, NJ is pleased to announce the release of the New SL-D701 Slit Lamp with LED illumination.
|Title:||Topcon Cares – Disinfection Guide|
|Release Date:||July 6, 2020|
|Title:||Risk Factors and Symptoms of Meibomian Gland Loss|
|Author(s):||Anna Machalinska, Aleksandra Zakrzewska, Krzysztof Safranow, Barbara Wiszniewska and Boguslaw Machalinski|
|Publisher:||Journal of Ophthalmology|
|Release Date:||October 18, 2016|
The aim of this study was to investigate the relationships between meibomian gland loss (MGL) and ocular symptoms, several systemic conditions, and key markers of ocular surface health.