Mini Loupes are designed to be ultra light and comfortable. Standard Loupes : larger field of view and a two lens system Hi-resolution Loupes : bright image and larger field of view. Prismatic Loupes : higher magnification and field of view. TYPES OF SURGICAL LOUPES MINI LOUPES LightweightExcellent imageQuality opticsGreat field of viewMini Loupes are designed to …
Surgical loupes can provide magnification in surgical procedures and can be mounted to allow for peripheral vision or to flip up
They can be tailored for the optical prescription, angle of declination and working distance, providing you with the lightest and best visual and ergonomic system available.
Magnification of 2.5 to 3.5 is appropriate for most microsurgical procedures. Magnifications above 6.0 require a surgical microscope.
2.5X: Typical working distance: 340mm
A comfortable working distance – the distance between the eyes and the actual procedure site has to be catered for with the correct filed of view and ergonomic factors such as neck tilt, optimal patient positioning, pelvic tilt, eye tilt, elbow angulation, and knee angulation
The correctly fitted frames has to distribute weight evenly around the bridge of the nose and the user’s ears.
Surgical eye loupes come in two key designs: through-the-lens (TTL) and flip-up.
TTL versions are typically more comfortable, driving higher performance and ease of working. The highest-quality TTL versions can be designed specifically to fit the user’s facial dimensions, prescription needs, and personalized magnification.
Magnifications of up to 2.8 are most often manufactured using a Galilean design, which features a set of two lenses: the concave eyepiece lens and the convex objective lens. Higher magnifications ranging from 3.5-6.0 can be manufactured according to either Galilean or Keplerian design, which feature two or more positive convex lenses.
The higher the magnification, the less light can enter the eye, which raises the need for additional lighting.
Some lights are available as a headlight version, while others can connect directly to binocular surgical loupes.