MOLLER-WEDEL VM900 NEUROSURGICAL MICROSCOPE

Refurbished

MOLLER-WEDEL VM900 NEUROSURGICAL MICROSCOPE - REFURBISHED

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MOLLER – WEDEL MODEL VM 900 NEUROSURGICAL MICROSCOPE ON A MITAKA – KOHKI  NEUROSURGICAL STAND

This Moller-Wedel neurosurgical microscope is in pristine condition. It is mounted on a Mitaka-Kohki electrically controlled, articulated stand that is ideal for neurosurgery or ENT procedures.

The microscope includes dual binocular heads (for surgeon & assistant) with 10X 22p oculars that are now (see images) in the face to face (180 degrees) configuration.  However, there is a third position available so that the heads can also be placed at a 90 degree angle from one to the other. Should the end user wish to purchase a third binocular headpiece sometime in the future, the microscope could then be used by the surgeon and two assistants.  A digital camera mount is also included in this offer, but not the camera itself.

The objective lens has a variable work distance that is adjustable from 230 to 405 mms.

Built into this microscope is a Moller H. U. D. (Heads Up Device) with an SVGA connection that will allow for the projection of a computer screen or monitor output into the visual field of the microscope.

In addition, this microscope also includes a dual light source with a 300W Xenon and 150W Halogen light sources that are connected to the microscope by a fiberoptic cable.

The Mitaka-Kohki stand is a marvel of engineering.  It allows the microscope to be moved from one position to the next with a silky smooth motion that glides and then holds the assigned position firmly once the surgeon sets it in place. Once in position, the surgeon may then use the instrument’s micromanipulators to optimize the position of the microscope. The movements of the microscope can be controlled by the switches on the handles, the eight position footswitch or three other switches that are installed on the microscope’s support mechanism.  Using the footswitch the surgeon may control the focus, zoom, X-Y movement and intensity of the light source.

And what makes it even better, it can be operated with either 115V or 230V AC, so it can be used anywhere in the world.