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easly mounted on any slit lamp
Area of analysis
10 mm x 14 mm (visible on the monitor)
28 border mires, equally spaced on a 43D sphere
from 0.33 mm (minimum diameter on a 43D sphere) up to 11 mm on a normal eye
90% of the corneal surface (normal eyes)
Dioptric power range
from 1D to over 120D
+/- 0.01D, 1 micron
Eye Positioning Control System EPCS (patented) automatic acquisition, with decentration correction
tiltable mires cone (0°-10°)
1 Kg approx.
calibration set, Scout software
Computer (recommended minimal features)
Windows 7 (32/64), Windows 8/8.1(32/64), Windows 10(32/64) and Windows Updates
Intel I3, 2 Gb RAM
HD 180 Gb, CD-Rom
Monitor, Video board
Super VGA color monitor 14", 1024x768 points, 16 million colors
2.0 High Speed USB Port
Absolute, Normalized, Adjustable
Keratometric values and indices
K-readings, Meridians, Hemimeridians, Maloney Indices, Eccentricity, CLMI keratoconus indices
border detection, diameter and decentration
Zones and grids
3,5 and 7 mm, othogonal axis or millimeter grid
local curvature, axial curvature, wavefront OPD or wavefront error (Wfe) refraction map with 3D insert
position of the axis selectable as corneal vertex, pupil center or any other choice
print screen with header of the institution, or personalized print templates
enabled with TV camera mounted on a slit lamp and video capture board (not included)
on-line multi language help detailed for all functions
fluorescein pattern simulation of most of international contact lens manufactures geometries tilting to simulate lid pressure lens displacement in any position eccentricity measured at 6 and 8 mm, over-refraction calculator personalized auto-fit for customized lens adjustable clearance scale link to third party software
maps can be sent as attachments to e-mail messages
Local network and database
management of one or more indipendent databases shareable in a network
power supply for videokeratoscope, footswitch interface
Far mires cone
for deep set eyes. 28 mires are 3mm more recessed than standard cone
with table and chin rest
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