Ophthalmic table with electric height adjustment, operated by a powerful and silent actuator. The column has a telescopic movement based on an efficient sliding mechanism, developed by F.I.S.O. and assisted by 12 ball bearings.
The table is equipped with a table top for one instrument and is complete with a 230 V (or 110-120 V) power supply for the instrument. The table top support arm rotates 90°, between the working position and the opening position, and is provided with manual locking.
The sturdy base, made of two superimposed layers of dark gray laminated wood, reinforced with solid steel plates, is equipped with a pole, provided with both overhead lamp and a chart projector support arm, for supporting the counterbalanced phoropter arm. The said base gives the table and the pole an absolute stability and does not interfere with either doctor's stool or with patient's stool or eventual wheelchair.
Available both in right and in optional left handed version, this ophthalmic table can be used in combination with a simple stool or with any ophthalmic chair, and represents an optimal solution for use with wheelchair patients.
Features and standard equipment:
Table with electric height adjustment, equipped with a powerful and silent actuator having 150 kg lifting force and 20 cm stroke, operated by a toggle switch located on the column and, optionally, also by an additional pedal remote control.
Table top 66x48x3 cm for one instrument and complete with a 230 V (or 110-120 V) power supply for the instrument.
Table top support arm with 90° rotation and with manual locking.
Base made of two superimposed layers of dark gray laminated wood and reinforced with solid steel plates.
Pole for supporting the counterbalanced phoropter arm, provided with both overhead lamp and a chart projector support arm.
Height of table top from the floor: 80-100 cm or, optionally, 70-90 cm.
Versions at 230V 50/60Hz or 110-120V 50/60Hz.
Accessories and special versions:
Leg protection mechanism.
Instrument power supply socket with automatic switch-off at the opening of table top support arm.
Additional switch on the column to adjust the height of an eventual electric height adjustable chair.
Additional power supply socket placed at the bottom of the column for an eventual electric height adjustable chair.
Counterbalanced phoropter arm.