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Topcon introduces non-mydriatic retinal cameras wireless review station

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Topcon Medical Systems recently introduced a wireless review station that can be used with the TRC-NW300 and TRC-NW8 non-mydriatic capture systems running IMAGEnet 5.

Oakland, NJ-Topcon Medical Systems recently introduced a wireless review station that can be used with the TRC-NW300 and TRC-NW8 non-mydriatic capture systems running IMAGEnet 5. According to the company, the device allows reviewing images from an IMAGEnet 5 capture station via Wi-Fi up to a distance of 30 feet. The transfer period is only 5 seconds when saving captured images in JPEG format.

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The wireless review station can be left permanently in an exam room or can be mobile from room to room in a 30-foot radius. The wireless review station includes a Wi-Fi capable IMAGEnet System Notebook with IMAGEnet 5 review software. The first wireless review station to be used in an office requires the use of a wireless router which is connected via USB to the capture station. Additional wireless review stations do not need extra routers. Several wireless review stations can be used at the same facility.

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