Swept Source OCT DRI OCT Triton

Swept Source OCT DRI OCT Triton

Product Overview

More confident initial diagnosis and ability to track change over time

Deep scanning and high-resolution TOPCON swept source technology, penetrates cataract and hemorrhage, providing more information for better patient care.

Greater clinical efficiency

Next generation SMARTTrackTM eye tracking combined with ultra-fast swept source technology maximizes data quantity to give a truer record of your patient’s eye while minimizing image acquisition time.

Greater patient comfort

Rapid, invisible scan and SMARTTrackTM minimize the impact of eye movements for patients who struggle to maintain fixation.

Single scan capture of comprehensive data

New, deep-range swept source OCT and TOPCON’s true color fundus photography, captures retinal and choroidal data in a single action for a scan that is fast, simple and comfortable for operators and patients.


Swept Source OCT deep range imaging


Swept Source technology & 1,050nm wave lengthSwept source OCT provides a significant improvement over conventional OCT. Due to the optimized long wavelength scannning light (1,050nm), there is better penetration of the deeper layers of the eye. Furthermore, this scanning light also penetrates better through cataracts, hemorrhages, blood vessels and sclera.

The world’s fastest*1 scanning speed 100,000 A-Scans/secondApproximately twice higher scan speed*2 will brings more scans for a single B scan image, and more informative image supports efficiency and quality of diagnosis.

*1 According to TOPCON survey -Feb. 2015.
*2 Compared with TOPCON SD OCT.

Accurate choroidal thickness maps

DRI-OCT-Triton_002_E.jpgDRI-OCT-Triton_003_E.jpg7 layers segmentation /
5 layers thickness map / caliper function

For the first time accurate high speed choroidal thickness maps can be produced; which is crucial, not only for early disease recognition, but also for the monitoring of inflammatory abnomalities. The choroid reveals valuable information about the health of an eye.
A thin choroid can be an indication of myopic or choroidal atrophy for example. A thick choroid may indicate the presence of choroiditis, Central Serous Chorioretinopathy (CSCR) or hyperopia. Tumor visualization and classification is enhanced due to the penetration of the Swept Source.*3

*3 Retinal Physician, Volume;10, Issue;March 2013, page(s):42-48

En Face OCT imaging*4 *5


En Face imaging allows for independent dissection of the vitreoretinal interface, retina, Retinal Pigment Epithelium (RPE), and choroid, and uniquely projects these layers so that macular pathology throughout the posterior pole can be studied and correlated with a patient’s symptoms, their abnormality, and its progression.

*4 optional software
*5 Not available in all countries, please check with your distributor for availability in your country

EVV (Enhanced Vitreous VisualizationTM)

Enhanced vitreous visualization with DRI OCT Triton helps assess the natural history and treatment response in vitreoretinal interface abnormalities.
Contrast can be quickly adapted to the needs of the physician, depending on the area of interest. This time saving function avoids the need for elaborate tools in photographic software.


New tracking system – SMARTTrackTM


SMARTTrackTM is a very useful tool to compensate for the ever present involuntary eye movements (microsaccades). SMARTTrackTM allows the automatic acquisition of a follow-up scan in precisely the same anatomical location. SMARTTrackTM enhances the user-friendliness of the machine.

  • Fundus Guided Acquisition(FGA)
  • Follow up
  • Tracking

Fundus Guided Acquisition (FGA)


The DRI OCT Triton simultaneously acquires an OCT and fundus image. With FGA the operator can choose to take a fundus image (or import an image), select scan area and DRI OCT Triton will automatically produce a B scan of the selected area.

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