Inheriting the high resolution OCT imaging and clinically useful analyses from the RS-3000, the RS-3000 Lite achieves the optimum balance between cost and performance with its fundus surface imaging system.
The RS-3000 Lite has been developed for screening in general eye clinics.
OCT phase fundus for fundus surface imaging
The RS-3000 Lite uses OCT phase fundus to image the surface of the fundus, rather than the SLO method used in the RS-3000 Advance.
Wide area (9 mm x 9 mm) scan of [NFL+GCL+IPL]
The 9 mm x 9 mm wide area map enables analysis of the Nerve Fiber Layer (NFL), Ganglion Cell Layer (GCL), and Inner Plexiform Layer (IPL) status in and around macula, around optic disc, and even in the peripheral area.
(Max. 53,000 A-scans / s) to reduce the measurement time and minimize artifact.
The high-speed scan (Max. 53,000 A-scans / s) and high-speed averaging (Max. 50 images) achieve high-definition B-scan image.
Multiple analyses for practical diagnostic assistance
The RS-3000 Lite provides multiple analyses based on practically selected four scan patterns, macula line, macula map, macula multi, and disc map.