Topcon TRC-NW400 Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera


$19,899.00 $15,999.00

The Topcon TRC-NW400 is an automatic, easy-to-use, autofocus, auto catch non-mydriatic retinal camera designed to acquire high-resolution color images of the retina and the anterior segment of the eye.

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TRC-NW400 is the new, fourth generation, compact fundus camera from Topcon with touchscreen operation. Thanks to the new revolutionary control screen, the researcher can stand or sit opposite, next to or behind the patient and can easily assess the picture.

With the diopter compensation lenses, you can take sharp photos of patients with a strong hypermetropia or myopia of +40 to -33 diopters. The new auto-exposure function ensures optimal illumination of the photos.

The Topcon NW400 can be operated both automatically and manually. Stereo photography is possible. Pre-segment photography of iris and cornea is very simple.

By working with a shared folder, the NW400 can be linked to other storage systems. The NW400 has a built-in DICOM coupling.

The Topcon TRC-NW400 is an automatic, easy-to-use, autofocus, auto catch non-mydriatic retinal camera designed to acquire high-resolution color images of the retina and the anterior segment of the eye. It’s equipped with automatic focusing and capture and a fully automatic mechanism which moves the optical mind out of 1 eye to the other without operator’s intervention.

The TRC-NW400 IMAGEnet Non-Mydriatic Capture System is simple and easy to use, which makes it a perfect instrument for your health professional looking for a quick and accurate means to display and record retinal pathology. It combines the IMAGEnet® 5 electronic purchase applications installed on an all-around Personal Computer, together with all the new Topcon TRC-NW400 Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera in a compact, space-saving system. A laptop version is available to get a more portable configuration.

TOPCON TRC-NW400 produces true color fundus photographs of excellent quality. Details are extremely sharp and clear. The TRC-NW400 has the traditional three fixations for rectal, central and rectal pictures. Besides this, you can photograph the whole periphery because of nine fixation goals for peripheral imaging. With TRC-NW400 you perform a fast screening or do a more complicated examination.

Topcon TRC-NW400 Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera is designed to supply a really powerful alternative for diabetic retinopathy screening. The implementation of numerous smart features makes the Camera very easy to manage and convenient in use. Experience the benefits of a thorough diabetic retinopathy screening solution supported by RetinaVue Network for enhanced patient management system along with specialist diagnostics and coverage.

Within just a few minutes TRC-NW400 Camera acquires sharp, non-mydriatic fundus pictures and facilitates the evaluation results transfer via secure HIPAA-compliant RetinaVue Network. A retinal pro realizes the image diagnostics. The diagnostic report and referral/screening plan are delivered the same day or generally within as little as 90 minutes. Studies show that with RetinaVue Network your compliance rates can double to 12 months, while most high health plans reimburse for analyzing and supply coverage, especially for RetinaVue diabetic retinopathy screening. Here is Topcon autorefractor needed to open your optometry practice


-double tabletop, AIT-16 table, IMAGEnet 5 and Laptop.
-Topcon TRC-NW400
-One Year Partners in CareSM Comprehensive Program
-User Manual


  • User-friendly
  • Touch screen operation
  • Compact, suitable for ambulatory use (in combination with a special flight case)
  • Fundus and front segment photography
  • Dicom


  • 5 Megapixel resolution
  • 45 degrees / 30 degrees angle of view
  • Autofocus
  • Auto alignment
  • Autoshoot
  • 9 internal fixation points, adjustable
  • Acquisition modes: color and digital-red-free
  • Manual focus and manual shoot

TRC-NW400 Brochure

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