ri-scope Ophthalmoscope

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ri-scope Ophthalmoscope

All ri-scope® L ophthalmoscopes with modular design impress with their high-performance optics with aspherical condenser lens with reduced-refl ection view even with small pupils and through improved ergonomics. The new ri-scope® L ophthalmoscopes have a thumbrest for securing the ophthalmoscope, which enables easy control of all the elements with one finger.

ri-scope® L2

The enhanced basic model with separately engageable red-free, blue  and polarization filters for each aperture.

  • Diopter wheel with 29 corrective lenses
  • Plus 1-10, 12, 15, 20, 40; Minus 1-10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35
  • Easy-to-operate aperture hand-wheel with semi-circle, small/medium/large circle, fixation star, and slit
  • Includes filter wheel engageable for all apertures with symbol display, red-free filter, blue filter and polarization filter
  • Optimized high-performance optics with aspherical condenser lens
  • Parallel beam path
  • Dust-proof

Apertures, graticules and filters:

Large Circle:

Illuminates the largest area of fundus for the best possible general diagnosis through a dilated pupil.

Midium Circle:

Permits easier access through an undilated pupil and in peripheral examination. Particularly useful in paediatric examination.

Small Circle:

Designed specifically for examination of the macular region of the fundus where a larger beam would create excessive pupillary reaction or patient discomfort.


Used primarily to determine retinal elevations and depressions but may also be used to assess anterior chamber depth.

Fixation Star:

Projects a graticule onto the retina to assess the optic cup/disc ratio as an aid to glaucoma diagnosis.

Semi Circle:

Provides a combination of depth perception and field of view.

Red Free Filter:

The red free filter is used to examine blood vessels in fine detail. By filtering out the red light, blood vessels are silhouetted black against a dark green background.

Blue Filter:

Used in conjunction with fluorescein dye for the detection and examination of corneal scars and abrasions.


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