Support for Photo-Bluminator II
Can I use the Photo-Bluminator II without a phone?
Yes, it is designed to be a stand alone viewing device as well. (show picture with just device held up to patient)
Can I adapt the Photo-Bluminator to any iPhone?
Yes, we sell covers for every iPhone: 5/5s, 6/6s, 6+/6s+, SE, 7, 7+, 8, 8+, X and iPad mini.
Can I change the battery?
Yes, you can change the battery. Using a small phillips screw driver, unscrew the two screws on the back of the device. Gently pry open the device by inserting your screw driver in the space between the bottom cover and switch. Once open, do not try to remove the circut board. There are 4 batteries. Use your screw driver under the circut board, to push the batteries out to the center so that they fall out. Use your finger to push in new batteries from the center back into the battery holders.
When do I use blue light versus the white light?
copy from bluminator.
Can I percieve depth?
When you use the Photo-Bluminator II as a direct viewing device (without the phone), you can percieve depth, as long as the distance from the doctors eye to the Photo-Bluminator II is at least 8 inches away.
How do I adjust the light intensity?
There is a potentiometer on the back of the device. Turn accordingly.
Who uses the Photo-Bluminator II?
Ophthalmic professionals, veterinarians, helath care professionals, and emergency room personsel use the Photo-Bluminator II. Anesthesiologists use the Photo-Bluminator before and after surgery to document the condition of the patient's cornea before and after surgery.
What is the Photo-Bluminator used to look at?
Can I look at the retina?
Is there any distortion?
Our lens is designed to correct for the convexity of the eye, so there is no geometric distortion.