Ultralight TTL loupes

Features

The MO Optics® Ultralight TTL loupes will automatically guide you to work in an ergonomically correct posture. Limited declination angle – a problem typically associated with galilean TTL loupes – is overcome with the help of Strainless Optics design features.  The loupes’ simple structure together with optimally sized telescopes allow unobstructed general visibility, and the magnifying area can be freely positioned in the lower field of vision.
  • Lightweight, only 35 grams (complete system)
  • Individually customized with no standard angles
  • Image-shifting prism lenses as standard
  • Made-to-measure focus distance (no steps)
  • Easy to clean and disinfect
 

Available magnifications

The MO Optics® Ultralight TTL loupes are made with Galilean type telescopes. Aberrations are minimized with an achromatic lens system and multicoated glass lenses together with the telescopes’ anti-glare inner surfaces eliminate unwanted reflections. The result is an image clarity of highest standards, achieved with an exceptionally lightweight system.

A loupe system’s field of vision and depth of field are determined by the type, size and magnification power of the telescopes. The MO Optics® Ultralight TTL loupes are available in three models for optimal performance in different conditions and for different users.

ENSI

  • Magnification 2.0x (angular)
  • Magnification 1.6x (spatial)
  • Field of vision ~12 cm
  • Depth of field ~30 cm

EASY

  • Magnification 2.4x (angular)
  • Magnification 2.0x (spatial)
  • Field of vision ~10 cm
  • Depth of field ~25 cm

ERGO

  • Magnification 3.2x (angular)
  • Magnification 2.5x (spatial)
  • Field of vision ~8 cm
  • Depth of field ~15 cm

Compatible frames

Titan B4

The lightweight but strong Titan B4 frame is the perfect base to build any MO Optics® vision solution on. The frame allows all prescription lens types and can be used together with all our loupe models. The functional design is also visually appealing and we are proud to mention that the MO Optics® Titan frame range is the most popular choice among dental professionals in the Nordic Countries.

  • Lightweight titanium frame with brushed finishing
  • Three sizes (M, L, XL)
  • Three adjustable nosepad options
  • Adjustable temple tips in latex-free silicone, available in colors
  • Compatible with all MO Optics® attachments

Sport B7

The MO Optics® Sport B7 frame offers added protection from splashes with its large and curved lenses. Lightweight TR90 material together with soft silicone temple pads ensures a comfortable fit for the whole working day. The frame allows singleye vision prescription lenses up to +/- 3 diopters and can be combined with Ultralight Flip-up and Ultralight TTL loupes.

  • Lightweight TR90 frame
  • Large, curved lenses
  • One-size
  • Shiny Black frame color
  • Soft latex-free silicone temple tips
  • Compatible with all MO Optics® attachments

Compatible lenses

In a TTL (Through-The-Lens) system, loupe telescopes are attached to eyeglasses through holes that are made in the lenses. Lenses with powers for near vision are added to the loupe telescopes, and a lens type most appropriate for the user’s requirements is selected for the surrounding carrier lenses. This way we can build TTL solutions even for the most demanding viewing conditions.

 

Single-vision carrier lens

A single-vision carrier lens has the same corrective power across its whole surface, so the field of vision is the size of the whole lens. These lenses work perfectly when there is no need for near vision addition or only a small addition would be required. With stronger near vision additions, the single-vision lens provides limited ability to see things clearly at longer viewing distances. The corrective power of the single-vision carrier lenses is usually made for a viewing distance of instruments or a computer screen.

Progressive carrier lens

The additional power of the lower part of the carrier lens providing near vision diminishes gradually towards the top of the lens that is used for looking further away. Progressive carrier lenses most suitable for room distances include the so-called enhanced reading glasses and occupational progressive lenses. In these lenses, the narrow field of vision typical to progressive lenses can be widened by not including the area for far distance vision in the top part of the lens. In addition, this also results in a slower power change throughout the lens, which makes it easier to view various objects.

Roomer carrier lens

Roomer carrier lenses are especially useful when strong near vision addition is required but you also need to have good vision at longer distances while wearing loupe glasses. The corrective power in the middle of the lens is typically for the distance of instruments or a computer screen, whereas the top area is for viewing objects at a longer distance. Compared to progressive lenses, roomer lenses have the benefit of wide and clear fields of vision.

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