The ATMOS H.A.S.I. filter: cutting edge filter innovation
Medical technology more and more frequently employs LEDs in place of the former standard lighting systems (xenon/halogen). Unlike xenon and halogen lamps, white LEDs emit a spectrum entirely free of tissue-damaging UV or IR. With xenon or halogen lamps, these ranges always needed to be filtered. LEDs also differ in their intensity spread across the visible optical spectrum. This facilitates the use of new colour filters, which are tailored to the spectrum of a white LED and so retain ideal contrast in the examined area.
ATMOS uses dichroic filters engineered to match the examination: the haemoglobin absorbing spectral image filter H.A.S.I.
Strained eyes are a thing of the past
For quick three dimensional perception and comfortable, fatigue-free work, a key factor is the ease with which the pupils of the human eye are aligned with the exit pupil of the eyepiece. For this reason the particulary large exit pupil of the ATMOS® i View makes working less stressful. In addition to this, an excellent stereo effect is assured as a result of the heightened stereo base of 24 mm.
See better - systematically
In addition to the extensive optical calculations enabling fully optimised use of the LED light, the precision lens system can optionally include a measuring scale, manual fine focussing and camera connection options. Choose from a standard SD camera for connecting to a video monitor, an ATMOS camera system or the Sony Emount bayonet connection for connection of the ATMOS® iView to an external camera with full optical HD-quality.