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Monaco is an exciting new way to enhance your clinical exam. The only ultra-widefield retinal imaging device with integrated OCT, Monaco produces a 200° single-capture optomap image in less than ½ second and also provides cross-sectional 40° OCT views of retinal structures. Monaco enables a rapid multi-modality capture featuring color, autofluorescence and OCT scans, for both eyes, in as little as two minutes.

Monaco offers the following benefits:

• UWF with integrated OCT saves time, space and minimizes patient movement
• Central pole OCT provides comprehensive multi-modal imaging
optomap images and OCT scans are correlated to facilitate pathology examination
• Color, AF, and OCT images are shown in a single, comprehensive view

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Technical Specifications

Image Modalities optomap color and optomap plus (red and green laser):
Color composite view
Green laser view
Red laser view
optomap af (green laser): autofluorescence
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
Resolution optomap color: 20 μm
optomap plusaf : 14 μm
Wavelengths Red laser: 635 nm
green laser: 532 nm (for af )
Exposure Time Less than 0.4 seconds
Tomographic Imaging Signal Type: Optical scattering from tissue
Signal Source: Super luminescent Diode (SlD) 830 nm
Optical Power: laser safety Class-1 following IEC/en60825-1:2014
Typical Axial Resolution: <10 micron (in tissue) Digital on-screen <6 micron
Transverse Resolution: 20 micron (in tissue)
Scanners: Galavanometric with x, y mirrors
Scan Depth: Up to 2.5mm
OCT Scan Characteristics Spectral Domain OCT
A-Scan rate up to 70k cycles/s
Active eye tracking
Automatic scan positioning
OCT Scan Types Line Scan
Raster Scan
Retina Topography Scan
Optic nerve Head (OnH) Topography Scan
Retinal nerve Fiber layer (RnFl) Scan
Footprint Width: 550 mm/22 inches
Depth: 500 mm/19.5 inches
Height: 650 mm/25.5 inches