MX2® External Ocular Camera

The MX2® represents versatility and innovation. Built on the original Meibox platform, the MX2® offers the ability to capture images using a slit lamp platform as well as transforming into a portable handheld imaging system.

What Can MX2 Do?

Capture stunning HD meibography. Easily evert upper lids without the hassle of large Placido disc.

Illustrate the need for treatment and compliance with the ability to document, compare and zoom in for extraordinary details.

Built-in blue LED’s allow high quality Fluorescein images for tracking corneal staining and documenting contact lens fits.

MX2® Features
• 5MP high resolution imaging system
• Anodized aluminum
• Built in capture button
• White, blue and infrared LED
• Handheld
• 360 Movable arm
• Universal pin mount

The Power of the Cloud
Hardware is only part of the equation in terms of building a high-performance camera system. Box Medical Solutions has created a cloud platform to eliminate a lot of the headaches associated with traditional technology such as expensive server maintenance costs, a database that becomes obsolete, and software that is not easily updated. By building the platform on a cloud server, you are ensured that your camera system will always operate on the latest software version with built-in updates. Eliminate the need for paying for user licenses with a centralized database and never worry about losing data due to computer malfunctions.
• Cloud Supported
• Built-In Software Updates
• Unlimited Licenses
• HIPAA Compliant
• Easy Intuitive Software
• Secure Data

Everyday Applications
With the ability to perform image capture in all the necessary lighting conditions, doctors now have a wide variety of applications. Educate patients about their blepharitis and dry eye disease. Record important pathology and measure lesions for future comparison. Zoom into images for greater detail of blepharitis and smaller structures. Measure tear meniscus and meibomian gland length as part of a dry eye workup.
• Blepharitis
• Lid Lesions
• Meibomian Gland Dysfunction
• Conjunctival Injection
• Pupil Abnormalities
• Incomplete lid closure