Zeiss OPMI Vario S88 Surgical Microscope

July 10, 2018
Zeiss OPMI Vario / S88

Zeiss OPMI Vario / S88

Zeiss OPMI Vario S88 Surgical Microscope

Surgical microscopes are used in a variety of procedures. Because of the strength of the microscopes’ magnification, it is used during micro-procedures. Microscopes work from light bending through a series of lenses to create a magnified version of what is being looked at. While we sell many surgical microscopes, one of our top requested ones is the Zeiss Vario S88.

Zeiss OPMI Vario S88 Features

The Zeiss OPMI Vario surgical microscope has many technological features. Features include extraordinary image quality, improved resolution and incredible color fidelity delivered by apochromatic optics. The varioscope provides internal focus and allows the surgeon to move up or down, or across a plane without changing lenses. There is an excellent field of view and magnification.

Zeiss OPMI Vario S88 Specifications

This microscope can be seen at a 1:6 ratio. Adjustable handgrips and foot control panel come standard. The working range for optics is 200-415 mm. Illumination is from a 180 W lamp. The height is adjustable and weighs about 225 kilograms.

Requesting a Zeiss Vario S88 Surgical Microscope

Our sales team is willing to work on your quote request for any of our surgical microscopes, or for any of our productsClick here to find the sales representative that represents your area. Each sales rep can be reached at 1-800-GET-SOMA, or by their direct line, and at [email protected].

Medical Parts

We proudly stock spare parts for each machine in our inventory. We have a wonderful, skilled Service Department that also uses these parts for maintenance and optional warranty plans. Our Parts Department has their own website where you can order spare parts for any of our product inventory. If you would like to reach our department, you can call us at 860-578-1033, or email at [email protected].

Final Thoughts

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