The L67 autorefractor/ keratometer is the sister product to the L78. It features the same Wavefront measurement technology without the automatic measurement functionality to make it a more economical alternative without sacrificing accuracy or reliability.
- Shack-Hartmann mapping method
- Measures pupils as small as 2mm
- Based on Wavefront technology
- Global view of refraction aberrations
- EMR and VX55 digital refraction compatibility
- Retro-illumination - spot aberrations in the IOL and cornea scratches easily
The Shack-Hartmann sensor analyzes distortions of a wavefront at the pupil exit after crossing optics. With over 1500 measurement points this allows a global view of eye refraction aberrations and allows measurement of small pupil diameters as small as 2mm
Using infrared retro-illumination, the L67 provides a detailed view of the eye which is helpful for identifying cataracts, vitreous opacity, scars, and other serious eye problems.
INTEGRATED PRINTER AND THIRD PARTY INSTRUMENT COMMUNICATION
The L67 has an integrated printer. When data transfer is required you may transfer data to a PC or most automatic phoropters via a universal communication system.
|Refraction Measurement||Sph: -25D to +22D(.12/.25D Step)
Cyl: 0 to +10D(.12/.25D Step)
|Minimum Pupil Diameter||ø2.0mm||Printer||Thermal w/ Automatic Cutter|
|Dimensions||W:10" x L:19.68 x H:17"||Weight||44lbs|
|Working Distance||91mm||Acquisition Time||0.2 Sec|
|Measuring Points||1500||Screen||6.5" LCD|