The Zeiss Atlas 995 offers ultra-low illumination and increased peripheral coverage ideal for high volume corneal and contact lens specialists who require comprehensive and detailed peripheral corneal and pupil assessments.
The greatest advantage of corneal topography is its ability to detect irregular conditions of your cornea invisible to most conventional testing. Because the Zeiss Atlas 995 can save your exam information, a practice can monitor any changes to the patient’s cornea and their corneal stability over time.
The Zeiss Atlas 995 corneal topographer consists of a computer linked to a lighted bowl that contains a pattern of rings. During a diagnostic test, a patient sits in front of the bowl with their head pressed against a bar while a series of data points are generated. The Zeiss Atlas 995’s computer software digitizes these data points to produce a printout of the corneal shape, using different colors to identify different elevations, much like a topographic map of the earth displays changes in the land surface. This is a painless and brief non-contact test.
Zeiss Humphrey Atlas 995 Features:
• Atlas 995 advanced Arc-Step Algorithm gives true elevation data
• Zeiss Atlas 995 aspheric surface reconstruction
• Atlas 995 22-ring Conical Placido – Larger limbus-to-limbus field of view
• Zeiss Atlas 995 patented Cone-of-Focus superior electronic alignment for greater repeatability and accuracy
• Atlas 995atented chin rest design which eliminates nose shadow artifacts
• Zeiss Atlas 995 automatic Pupil Measurement
• Atlas 995 infrared chin rest sensors
• Zeiss Atlas 995 instant eye identification without operator input