Simple. Powerful. Smart.
No replacing blown bulbs, no worrying if the battery is dead. Its modern, simple design makes Arclight easier to use, delivers more reliable outcomes and ensures a better patient experience.
Arclight vs Traditional scopes
- Easier to use
- Lower cost
- More reliable outcomes
- Improved patient experience
What People say
"I’ve had mine now for months and think it’s great ... I was the first with an Arclight. Now, all my GP colleagues have bought one."— Professor Johnathan S Dowell BM, BMSc, BS, MD, MRCGP School of Medicine, Dundee, Scotland, UK.
"The Arclight works as well as the traditional instruments which are very much more expensive ... home and away, I would never be without it."— Mr John Sandford-Smith MBE, FRCS, FRCOphth emeritus consultant ophthalmologist, Leicester Royal Infirmary, England, UK.
"The Arclight is very reliable and its portability is a big plus. I’d recommend it to ophthalmologists, general physicians and medical students"— GP
"The Arclight makes examination of the eye easy, exciting, and affordable in even the poorest countries. It's contribution to tackling world blindness is huge."— Mrs Claire Morton FRCS, FRCOphth consultant ophthalmologist, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, Wales, UK.
"The Arclight places the most critical tool for examining the front and back of the eye squarely into the hands of those doctors who need it most: front line providers in areas of limited resources"— Professor Nathan Congdon MD, MPH Ulverscroft Chair of Global Eye Health, Queen's University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK.
"This instrument will make a huge difference to so many eye health workers in remote area and the communities they serve – letting them detect and prevent blindness. And no replacing blown bulbs, or worrying if the battery is dead…"— Richard Le Mesurier FRCS, FRCOphth | IAPB Western Pacific Chair and Medical Director - The Fred Hollows Foundation
Solar & USB charging.
Brilliant true-colour warm white, daylight, and blue LEDs.
Experimental smartphone video clip, cloth chart & key card.
Simulation practice eye/ear.
110mm long, 9mm thick and weighs just 18g.
Lanyard and shirt pocket clip.
Eye: view retinal blood vessels, optic nerve, and macula.
Ear: see the ear canal and tympanic membrane.
Lenses/filters: (0), -3, -6, (green), +4.
LEDs: warm white, daylight, blue.
Speculae: 4.5mm, 2.5mm, and hands free lenser.
Loupe: ~x4 magnification.