Adaptive Fluidics - PROACTIVE chamber stability for 3X

Designed For Exceptional Chamber Stability

The More You Demand, The More You Get

  • Adaptive Fluidics™ with Dynamic Infusion Compensation proactively monitors and compensates fluid flow in the eye to deliver excellent control and exceptional chamber stability1
  • Stellaris Elite® proactive approach delivers 3X higher chamber stability1, reduces post-occlusion surge1 for less stress on the capsule1

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* Bench study
1. Data on file.

Environnmental Specifications
Electrical input Universal input (100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1000 VA)
Temperature Operating: 50°-104° F
  Storage/transportation: 4°-140° F
Humidity Operating: 30%-70% relative
  Storage/transportation: 10%-98% non-condensing
Altitude Up to 3,000 feet
Dimensions and Weight
Height 48"
Width & depth 18"X18"
Weight 230 pounds
Display dimension 19"
Screen Touch screen
Phacoemulsification
Frequency 28.5 kHz nominal (six crystals)
Pulse mode range 1 to 250 pulses per second
Stroke length Up to 130 microns
Motion Longitudinal
Infusion and Vacuum
Irrigation Gravity and/or pressurized air
Air pressure Max 100 mmHg
Pump type Vacuum (Rotary vane)
Vacuum 0-600 mmHg
Anterior Vitrectomy
Handpiece 20, 23 and 25 gauge
Cutting rate 30-2500 cuts per minute
Foot pedal connection Wireless or corded
Mode Single or dual linear
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