Iridex IQ 810 MLT Red Diode Laser

The IRIDEX IQ 810 ophthalmic laser system is the next generation infrared laser solution designed to perform traditional and MicroPulse procedures, including next-generation therapy for the treatment of glaucoma.

Multiple Therapeutic Indications

The IQ 810 is indicated for retinal photocoagulation, laser trabeculoplasty, transscleral cyclophotocoagulation, transscleral retinal photocoagulation, iridotomy, and other diode laser treatments.

CW-Pulse (Continuous-Wave) Mode

CW lasers deliver a steady stream of laser energy, even with the shortest exposure duration. This results in a significant thermal rise and consequent coagulation used clinically for many applications.

MicroPulse Mode

With MicroPulse technology, the steady CW emission is “chopped” into a train of shorter laser pulses, whose “duration” (“ON” time) and “interval” (“OFF” time) are adjustable by the surgeon. A shorter MicroPulse “duration” limits the time for the laser-induced heat to spread to adjacent tissues, thus providing more precise confinement of energy delivered. A longer “interval” between each MicroPulse provides additional time for tissue to cool. The “ON” time during the total period of “ON” + “OFF” time is referred to as a Duty Cycle. Duty cycles are represented as a percentage, and are adjustable from .4% to 50%, or presets of 5%, 10%, and 15%.

Iridex Oculight SLx 810 Red Diode Laser

Iridex OcuLight SLx Red 810nm Laser System! This laser system is complete, portable and ready to be mounted to a Zeiss style Slit Lamp, but also available as a console only for use with an LIO or Probe, please inquire for details.

Tri-Mode Capability: CW-Pulse, Micropulse, Longpulse
This laser is ideal for larger mm spot sizes for TTP/TTT treatments (Transpupillary Thermotherapy Photocoagulation).
This system is complete and also includes a hard travel case on wheels for complete portability.
This diode laser serves as a single laser source for multiple delivery devices and applications, require little to no regular maintenance or special electrical/cooling, and allow easy transport with their compact design.

Red, Yellow and PDT Lasers

Red, Yellow and PDT Lasers

Laser Locators has refurbished red, yellow and PDT lasers on sale now. Practices that offer photodynamic therapy and photocoagulation for retinal disorders or glaucoma can buy the laser they need from Laser Locators. Some of the red, yellow and PDT lasers we carry include the Zeiss Visulas 690s, Lightmed Lightlas 810, Lightlas 577 and more.

Endo Optiks E2 ECP Laser

Incredibly rare on the used market. This Endo Optiks E2 MicroProbe is a portatable laser and endoscopy system. The condition is excellent, and everything shown in the photos is included. Our technician has inspected and tested this unit to ensure it is operating to specification.

This complete system consists of:

  • Therapeutic Laser System
  • Endoscope
  • LCD Monitor
  • Footswitch
  • Carry Case
  • Illuminator
  • Manual
  • Extra probes and accessories

This compact unit creates the opportunity to simultaneously image and photocoagulate the ciliary processes through a corneal incision. It is especially indicated for the safe and effective treatment of glaucoma in combination with cataract surgery. Important vitreo-retinal applications can be realized. It can be used for the contact and non-contact excision, hemostatis, incision and vaporization of soft tissue.

The CCD camera is used to process the image obtained by the fiberoptic endoscope and display it on the video display. There is a Video Camera BNC connector Input and Outputs located at the Back Panel. The Video Camera Cable Output can be plugged into the Video Camera Cable Input or a remote Video Camera Cable Input can be used.

Diode lasers are small semiconductor devices consisting of a sandwich of gallium-aluminum arsenate crystalline materials and end mirrors. The electrons of the crystal are raised to an excited energy state by an electrical current. When the electrons return to their original energy state, photons are emitted.

In the laser cavity, these emitted photons are trapped between the cladding layers and the end mirrors. When a photon passes close to an excited electron, the electron will be stimulated to emit another photon that is identical in wavelength and phase to the first. This amplification process continues, increasing the number of active photons as the photon light beam is reflected back and forth between the cavity mirrors. One of these mirrors releases a percentage of the energy hitting its surface resulting in the infrared laser light.

The frequency of the diode laser employed in this system is 810nm. This laser is intended only for the use of physicians who are trained in operation of laser photocoagulators. Training in the therapeutic use of lasers is available in medical courses and seminars offered throughout the world.