General Information about BLI
Blue Light Imaging (BLI) concentrates and intensifies specific wave lengths of light, resulting in a better visualisation of the superficial microvessel and mucosal surface structures to enhance the subtle contrast of the irregularities of the mucosa.
For a safe diagnostic and therapeutic procedure.
The new definition of light 4-led multi light™ technology
Optimal Illumination using variable LED light intensity
Achieving optimal diagnostic and therapeutic results in endoscopic procedures is highly dependent on image quality. Therefore the 4-LED Multi light technology was developed providing the observation mode BLI.
- A high performance spectrum of light is generated from a powerful light source with four individual LED light bulbs.
- Enhanced visualisation of haemoglobin, and thus blood vessels, is generated by the high peak intensity of short-wavelength light (blue-violet and blue).
- Specific light spectrum settings targeting the mucosal layers result in improved contrast and higher definition of imaging.
Unique multi light™ technology for excellent visualisation
Optimal light configuration of four LEDs
With the involvement of numerous clinical experts the ideal composition of four LEDs has been developed to achieve the optimal results in illumination.
White Light Mode
White light mode
The white light mode provides superior image quality in terms of sharpness and brightness to gather optimal visual information for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in daily clinical practice.
BLI (blue light imaging) mode
High-intensity contrast imaging with BLI allows superior visualisation of superficial vascular and mucosal patterns. Focussing on the characteristics of short wavelength absorption of haemoglobin (at 410 nm) combined with specific white light spectral
colours results in improved and accurate contrast imaging.