Focus on the Essentials

The SL 115 Classic slit lamp with an integrated imaging module is ideal for all routine examinations and contact lens fitting.

Precision and reliability in all the right places

A straightforward instrument focused strictly on the essentials – the SL 115 Classic slit lamp delivers outstanding optical and mechanical performance and combines affordability, superb precision and reliability. Its convenient, single-handed, practice-oriented operation can be further enhanced with an integrated imaging solution as well as other optional accessories to support additional applications.

Outstanding optical performance and simple operation

The SL 115 Classic slit lamp boasts truly outstanding optical performance. Its large illuminated field provides a superb view of the entire anterior segment. Designed as a highly durable and robust piece of equipment, it is remarkably easy to operate and always ready when you need it. The short working distance and unhindered access to the patient’s eye make it a pleasure to use. The slit lamp includes an integrated swing-in yellow filter for fluorescence examinations, plus additional filters for increased contrast and red-free observation. For ease of use, the slit can be precisely adjusted with just one hand.

Zeiss SL 115 Classic Slit Lamp Specifications:

Magnification 8x, 12x, 20x with 10x eyepieces
Field of view diameter 25 – 10 mm
Eyepiece magnification 10x super high-eyepoint eyepieces,
compensation of ametropia ±8 D
Width of slit image Continuous from 0 to 14 mm
Length of slit image In steps 0.5 / 3.5 / 8 / 14 mm; continuous 1 – 14 mm
Decentration of slit image horizontally, click stop at 0°
Swivel range of slit projector 180°, scale for angular difference; click stop at -4°, 0°, +4°
Angle of incidence
Filters blue, green (red-free), swing-in;
heat-absorbing filter, permanently integrated;
diffusing screen, swing-in; barrier filter (yellow)
Projection illumination 6 V / 10 W halogen lamp
Rated voltage 100 – 240 V ±10 %, self-sensing, 50/60 Hz

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