Maestro2

Robotic OCT and Color Fundus Camera

Multimodal SD-OCT with One-Touch Acquisition

Maestro2 is the user-friendly OCT + Fundus Camera system that automatically performs alignment, focus and capture with a single touch. The resulting reports enable comprehensive analysis of the macula, optic disc and anterior segment. Reports can be auto exported, quickly printed or sent to your EMR in common file formats.

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Product Features

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The Maestro2 in Clinical Practice

Key features

  • USER-FRIENDLY: Robotic OCT and fundus camera with single-touch automated capture.
  • WIDEFIELD SCAN: 12x9mm 3D wide scan captures macula and optic disc and includes the Hood Report for Glaucoma.
  • HIGH RESOLUTION: Multimodal Imaging: OCT and true color fundus photography.*
  • COMPACT FOOTPRINT: Space-saving design fits into any practice setting.


*True, full color fundus image simultaneously captured with white light, 24-bit color.

Maestro2 OCT + Fundus Camera with Harmony® Clinical Data Management is a one-touch, one-screen diagnostic solution.

Maestro2 Training Videos

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OBSERVATION & PHOTOGRAPHY OF THE FUNDUS
Type of Photography

Color, Red-free (Note 1) & IR

Picture Angle for Photography

45° ±5% or less
30° or equivalent (digital zoom)

Operating Distance

34.8 ±0.1mm (when taking a picture of fundus)

Photographable Diameter of Pupil

ø4.0mm or more : When small pupil diaphragm is NOT used.
ø3.3mm or more : When small pupil diaphragm is used.

Fundus Image Resolution (on fundus)

Center : 60 lines/mm or more
Middle (r/2) : 40 lines/mm or more
Middle (r) : 25 lines/mm or more
IR photography : Center: 5 lines/mm or more

OBSERVATION & PHOTOGRAPHING OF THE FUNDUS TOMOGRAM
Scan Rang (on fundus)

Horizontal direction 3 – 12mm ±5% or less
Vertical direction 3 – 9mm ±5% or less

Scan Pattern

3D scan (horizontal/vertical)
Linear scan (Line-scan/Cross-scan )

Scan Speed

50,000 A-Scans per second

Lateral Resolution

20µm or less

In-depth Resolution

6µm or less
Pixel spacing: 2.6µm ±2%

Photographable Diameter of Pupil

ø2.5mm or more

OBSERVATION & PHOTOGRAPHING OF THE FUNDUS IMAGE/FUNDUS TOMOGRAM
Fixation Target

Dot matrix type organic ELD display

OBSERVATION & PHOTOGRAPHING OF THE ANTERIOR SEGMENT
Type of Photography

Color & IR

Operating Distance

62.6 ±0.1mm (when taking a picture of anterior segment)

OBSERVATION & PHOTOGRAPHING OF THE ANTERIOR SEGMENT TOMOGRAM
Scan Range (on cornea)

Horizontal direction 3 – 6mm ±5% or less
Vertical direction 3 – 6mm ±5% or less

Scan Pattern

Linear scan (Line-scan/Radial-scan)

Scan Speed

50,000 A-Scans per second

ELECTRIC RATING / DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT
Source Voltage

AC 100 – 240V 50-60Hz

Power Input

70 – 150VA

Dimensions

340 – 480mm (W) x 543 – 680mm (D) x 530 – 735mm (H)

Weight

25kg

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