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As one of the leading companies specialising in ENT equipment, we sell our quality products all over the world. As such, we are very familiar with the needs of physicians. Based on this experience, we have independently developed a microscope which embodies not only our entire expertise: each new ATMOS® i View reveals its own spirit of discovery.
It is the whole spectrum of what we do that sets us apart.
We are aware that in this day and age, modern diagnostic equipment must have more to offer. Many features of the ATMOS® i View are unusual within this class of diagnostic equipment. In addition to the holistic and physicianorientated concept, this is just what distinguishes our microscope and makes it so advanced. With development of our optical System in Wetzlar – a town which is renowned for its lenses – and a production at ATMOS in south west Germany – the world’s centre for medical technology – we are always able to fall back on the cumulative expertise of qualified experts.
Trust is good, but facts are better.
Using a patented technique, the red part of a high performance LED light is raised and as such, a pleasant colour temperature of 5.500 K (+/- 10%) is achieved without applying a thermal charge to the examined tissue through IR radiation.
The LED light path with ‘high transmission’ optics and improved colour characteristics sets new standards in the field of microscope technology – and all this thanks to the new design for which the patent is pending, without any disruptive cooling from the fan.
Documentation without any hassle.
Now patients are even more aware than was previously the case, as a result they require a lot more information. For this reason visualisation has long been part of everyday procedure in ENT surgeries. The easy to handle integrated camera of the ATMOS® i View supports you in communicating with the patient and helps to ensure quality. Endoscope cameras or high resolution digital cameras featuring a Sony E-Mount bayonet can be used alternatively.
Regardless of what camera is used, the optical system of the microscope is designed for HD-technology.