7800 Instrument Stand
Manufacturer Part Number: 7800IC, 7800ICWC, 7800NC, 7800NCWC
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The 7800 Instrument Stand complements any Reliance examination chair to maximize access to patients and increase efficiency. It is available with or without instrument wells.
5389 Monitor Stand displays diagnostic images for you and your patients
Counterbalanced Slit Lamp Arm. A locking mechanism under the slit lamp arm allows you to adjust its height with a single hand. It has a 12" range of travel, and can be counterbalanced for instruments weighing between 12 and 60 lbs. A switch to raise and lower the chair is available on the slit lamp arm.
Upper (Refractor) Arm. The 5250 refractor arm is standard. The Model 5255 single lock phoropter arm (shown on 7800 without wells) is available as an option at no additional charge. Options include a third instrument arm with a 20 to 50 lb. capacity, and a hanger for an indirect ophthalmoscope.
Convenient Controls. Console switches turn a chart projector on and off; raise and lower the Reliance examination chair; and automatically return the chair to the upright position.
Membrane Switches add Life. Backlit membrane switches located on the instrument console control a chart projector, and the raise, lower and auto down functions of a Reliance examination chair. Membrane switches last 10-times longer than their mechanical counterparts and increase safety by eliminating high voltages. They control intensity of the overhead lamp, and the binding posts typically used for the indirect opthalmoscope.
Halogen Overhead Lamp. A standard overhead arm on the Model 7800 is equipped with a long-lasting, low voltage halogen bulb. It provides a safe bright, direct light source for minor procedures. Arm adjusts without the need for tools.
The U.L. Mark of Quality. The Model 7800 Instrument Stand has passed rigorous testing by Underwriters Laboratories, which assures its quality and safety for you and your patients. It also conforms to the CE standard.
Wheelchair Access: Modified refractor and slit lamp arms bring equipment to patients in any model of wheelchair