OPMI Lumera


Let there be light

Welcome to the future of red reflex

Title image: OPMI Lumera® and MediLive® MindStream

OPMI Lumera


The new OPMI Lumera ® surgical microscope from Carl Zeiss features revolutionary red reflex technology.

Experience the red reflex in an entirely new way: more contrast, brilliance and stability than ever before.


P r e c i s i o n For optimum results

P e r f o r m a n c e For a smooth procedure

P a t i e n t c a r e For satisfied patients

Let there be light

SCI™ (Stereo Coaxial Illumination) in OPMI Lumera ® : a revolution in red reflex technology. For brilliant stability and brightness. For outstanding contrast.


P r e c i s i o n

Shedding light on the details

OPMI Lumera ® is equipped with Stereo Coaxial

Illumination (SCI™) – a revolution in illumination quality: you benefit from the unique detail recognition, high-contrast brilliance and stability of the red reflex – even with strongly pigmented, decentered and ametropic eyes. This technology enables you to see all the details of a patient’s eye.

Instant red reflex

Position OPMI Lumera ® over the patient’s eye and turn on the light. The eye illuminates brightly as if you had just turned on a lamp – even with many mature cataracts.

Even deeper insights

It couldn’t be any easier: the integrated DeepView depth-of-field management system allows you to choose between maximum depth of field and optimum light transmission at the push of a button.

Always light

The system automatically switches over to a backup halogen bulb when necessary. Surgery no longer needs to be interrupted when a bulb goes out.


Unique contrast and outstanding brilliance thanks to SCI™: a comparison of red reflexes.

(Cincinnati Eye Institute, OH, USA)

Conventional microscope OPMI Lumera®



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Optimum workflow in the OR

Compact 1 or 3-chip video cameras on OPMI

Lumera ® enable the transmission of the surgical field to a monitor in the operating room or another room. This results in optimal control of the entire workflow as everyone involved is provided with a reliable source of information.

Intuitive operation

All illumination settings are configured on only one control element which can be easily reached on the microscope. SCI™ is intuitive and easy to understand.

For a second view

OPMI Lumera ® can be equipped with a stereo co- observation tube. This enables a second surgeon to see the surgical field – at the same magnification level.

This is particularly well suited for sterile assistants or for training.

Simplified identification

OPMI Lumera ® addresses every detail. The colored asepsis caps enable you to immediately recognize whether operating elements are sterile or non-sterile.

A video monitor informs about the progress of a procedure.

Stereo coobservation tube


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Safely in the right light

The eyesight of patients often depends on your skills and expertise. Our surgical microscopes provide optimal support for everything you do.

Optimum visualization for optimum results

The high contrast and excellent detail recognition supplied by SCI™ enables you to reliably see and completely remove tissue residues in the capsular bag with unparalleled accuracy.


Cataract surgery:

SCI™ enables you to recognize the slightest tissue residue in detail.

Retinal surgery: the high optical quality and light intensity allow you to see the retina in full detail.



The leading light for increased efficiency

OPMI Lumera ® represents the ultimate in microscope versatility. This flexible surgical microscope can be used in all ophthalmic surgical procedures. Combined with the compact suspension systems, it is also ideal for smaller operating rooms such as those in ambulatory surgical centers.

Alternative suspension system

OPMI Lumera


can be combined with any of the following suspension systems depending on your personal requirements and the conditions in the OR: S7 floor stand and the S7 ceiling mount (with or without lifting column). The zoom, focus and XY movement speeds can be set as the user requires. The push of a button is all that is needed to make changes during a procedure.

Your options for an even better workflow

When OPMI Lumera


is equipped with the optional

Invertertube™, switching between cataract and retinal procedures requires no conversion. The MediLive

Trio Eye


video camera, specifically developed for ophthalmic surgery, is the ideal system add-on when video recording is needed. The defaults for the posterior and anterior segments of the eye allow you to adjust the camera to the different light conditions at the push of a button.


Premium quality videos with MediLive Trio Eye®. (1)

For more mobility: the S7 floor stand. (2)




I was able to visualize the anterior segment in amazing detail

The depth of field is impressive. The distances between objects are much larger than the impression given by older microscopes. With OPMI Lumera ® ,

I was able to much better estimate the entire depth of the lens capsule. I have never seen an eye like this – it is simply amazing. The depth of field, the contrast, the red reflex – it is really unique in ophthalmology.

Dr. Warren Hill, Phoenix, Arizona, USA

A unique

red reflex

Where the quality of the red reflex is concerned, none of the surgical microscopes that I have worked with for longer or shorter periods until now has had such a lasting impression on me. The new microscope with the xenon illumination achieves an unparalleled level of contrast and detail recognition in the red reflex.

Prof. Dr. Thomas Neuhann, Munich, Germany

A totally new view of the eye

The new surgical microscope is great. Not only could

I see the very fine folds in the posterior lens capsule,

I could also easily differentiate the tissues in the posterior segment. Therefore, I used very little light – the high light transmission optics are really unsurpassed.

Prof. Tano, Osaka, Japan


Focus on more demanding tasks

All doctors have their own special everyday clinical routine. Therefore, OPMI Lumera ® can be equipped with a variety of helpful accessories.

Simply select the configuration that provides you with the comfort and benefits you desire.



Primo – the economical video camera

This 1-chip video camera is ideal for showing a video image on a monitor – to enable your assistants to follow the operation. Due to its compact design, the surgeon will hardly notice it.

MediLive ® MindStream – the comprehensive documentation center

This tool is the solution for high-quality documentation. It can simultaneously record up to 120 hours of film material on a hard drive, DVD or CD-ROM. For well-structured presentations, data can be easily and quickly accessed, edited and saved, for example, on a

USB stick.

MediLive Trio Eye


– for all video requirements

Specially designed as a video camera for ophthalmic surgery, MediLive Trio Eye ® offers easy-to-select defaults for the posterior and anterior segments of the eye. Despite the typically low light intensities used during retina procedures, the image on the video monitor is bright and rich in contrast. Details of the sclera in the anterior segment of the eye are shown without blooming. The ability to allocate different white balance levels to users is particularly beneficial.

As a result, when users switch from halogen to endo illumination with xenon light, the video camera is correctly set quickly and easily. MediLive Trio Eye ® is also very practical on surgical microscopes equipped with a wide-angle observation system that leads to an inversion of the video image. Simply activate the

“rotate” function and the video image is once again displayed in the correct position.

Invertertube™ – the ergonomically designed tube

OPMI Lumera


can be equipped with a completely integrated inverter. The inverter function is already integrated, providing surgeons with enhanced, comfortable, ergonomic correct seating.

Stereo co-observation tube – for a second set of eyes

The second viewing tube connected via a beam splitter enables your assistants or students to directly view the surgical field and your surgical technique.

FlexioStill™ Adapter

With this lightweight, easy-to-use adapter, a compact digital camera conveniently becomes a part of the

OPMI Lumera


surgical microscope. Image capture couldn’t be any easier.




Primo MediLive Trio Eye



Technical Data

Surgical microscope

- Apochromatic optics

- Motorized zoom system, 1:6 zoom ratio, magnification factors =0.4 to 2.4

- Focusing range: 50 mm

- Binocular tube: 0-180° tiltable tube

(optional Invertertube™)

- Eyepieces: 10x (12.5x optional)

- Objective lens f=200 mm (f=175 mm optional)

- DeepView: depth of field management system

S7 floor stand

Illumination - SCI™: red reflex illumination and surrounding field illumination, both are adjustable, patent pending

- Integrated 408 nm UV barrier filter

- Blue blocking filter

- Retinal protection device

- Fiber optic illumination

- Optional: fluorescence filter

S7 ceiling mount with rigid column

Light source

X-Y coupling


Suspension systems

- 12V, 100 W halogen illumination with fully automatic bulb change when necessary

- 40 mm x 40 mm adjustment range

- Button for starting positions of the

X-Y coupling and focus

- 10.4 kg (22.9 lb) (with 180° inclinable binocular tube, objective lens and eyepieces)

- S7 floor stand

- S7 ceiling mount with lifting column

- S7 ceiling mount with rigid column

- Maximum load capacity: 14 kg

(30.9 lb) (complete microscope equipment, including accessories)


S7 ceiling mount with lifting column


Carl Zeiss Meditec, Inc.

5160 Hacienda Drive

Dublin, CA 94568-7562

Toll Free: (800) 442-4020

Phone: (925) 557-4100

Fax: 925-557-4101

Email: [email protected]


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