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Optos Daytona Digital Retinal Scanner


Optos Daytona Digital Retinal Scanner is a retinal exam tool. It takes a digital image of the retina using laser technology. The Optomap can take wider images of the retina, covering up to about 82%. This coverage is not possible with other traditional retinal exam processes.



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The Optos Daytona Digital Retinal Scanner is one of the most cutting edge medical instruments out right now. It uses two laser wavelengths to penetrate deep into the eye, scanning the retina very quickly. The procedure is done in less than five seconds per eye, usually.

Optos Daytona Digital Retinal Scanner produces a 200° single-capture optomap retinal image of unrivaled clarity in less than ½ second. This fast, easy, patient friendly, ultra-widefield imaging technology was designed for healthy eye screening and has been shown to improve practice flow and patient engagement.

Another advantage of this high tech machine is that due to the aperture of the machine, it is able to take a high quality scan of the retina without requiring the patient to be dilated . That is right, this machine requires no dilatation for scanning the retina.

Optos Daytona Digital Retinal Scanner represents the next generation of Optos ultra-wide field retinal imaging technology, and has been scaled to accommodate smaller office spaces while providing high resolution imaging, and adding new auto-fluorescence capabilities.


Some people find eye dilation painful because of the stinging caused by drops. During an Optomap exam, nothing tangible touches your eye. You just have to look into the Optomap device and the optometrist will use the device to take the retinal image.


Capturing an image with the Optomap takes less than a second. Your optometrist can see the retinal images immediately and make a reliable diagnosis in a short amount of time.


Retinal images taken with the Optomap are stored permanently. This means that your optometrist can easily pull up relevant images for a visual comparison of your eyes from years earlier.

The ability to compare the retinal images side-by-side helps your optometrist identify changes to your eyes over time. Plus, because the images are digital, they can easily be sent to a specialist if your optometrist wants a second opinion.

Image ModalitiesOptomap color and optomap (red and green laser):

  • Color composite view
  • Green laser view
  • Red laser view

optomap af (green laser):

  • Autofluorescence
Resolutionoptomap color: 20 μm
optomap af : 14 μm
WavelengthsRed laser: 635 nm
Green laser: 532 nm
Exposure TimeLess than 0.4 seconds
FootprintWidth: 440 mm/18 in
Depth: 500 mm/20 in
Height: 795 mm/32 in
Weight28 kg/62 lbs
Table Space RequirementsWidth: 700 mm/28 in
Depth: 550 mm/22 in
ColorsWhite body with aqua trim
White body with blue trim
White body with silver trim
White body with red trim
Laser ClassLaser safety class-1
following EN60825
System VoltageUS: 100-120V at 50/60Hz 3a
Power ConsumptionMax. 300VA