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Visionix VX 130+

Multimodal platform, Full exam of the anterior segment of the eye

Succeed in all your diagnostics : Glaucoma and keratoconus detection, identification of patients for cataract surgery with premium and/or toric implants, identification of patients for refractive surgery. The VX 130+ combines state-of-the-art technologies and provides essential data for optimal patient eye care. The VX 130+ is the ideal patient monitoring system.

A device for you to take care of the visual health of all your patients.

  • You will improve your daily practice
  • You will provide better service and create differentiation
  • You will have more patients and have the opportunity to sell night glasses
  • You will receive more trust and an enhanced reputation

Mass screening

  • Easily screen all patients
  • Delegate a fully automated exam
  • Review all the data via remote access
  • Reduce the number of separate exams to one instead of 4 or 5

Cataract outcomes

  • Increase your efficiency and improve your surgery outcomes using the posterior keratometry of the cornea in your IOL calculation
  • Check the correct IOL positioning after surgery
  • Avoid decentration using the Kappa Angle

Corneal screening

  • Detect and monitor keratoconus either by KPI or RMS Value
  • Validate candidates for refractive surgery trough
  • Corneal thickness
  • Kappa Angle
  • Posterior keratometry of the cornea
  • Visualize and monitor cross linking
  • Adapt easily in one step rigid contact lens and ortho k

Glaucoma monitoring

  • Check and monitor Irido Angle
  • Check and monitor ACD and ACD Volume
  • Check and monitor IOP and IOP corrected by pachy
  • Plan for laser treatment and/or surgery on time

Refractive surgery

  • Objective day and night refraction
  • Analyze visual acuity and quality of vision on a pupil as small as 1.2 mm

Contact lens adaptation

  • Easily adapt rigid contact lenses and ortho-k lenses in a single step
  • Meridian or sagittal table including eccentricity and axial topo maps
Technical Specifications

Dimensions

  • WIDTH: 312 mm (11.28 in.)
  • DEPTH: 530 mm (20.87 in.)
  • HEIGHT: 570 mm (22.44 in.)
  • WEIGHT: 25 kg (55.12 lbs)
  • VOLTAGE: 100 V – 240 V / 50 Hz – 60 Hz, 300 W

AR-K based WF

Feature Value
AR-K
Occular Aberro.
Retro
Corneal Topograph
Non Contact Tonometer

Scheimpflug Camera

Feature Value
Pachymetry
Full Eye Tracking
Back surface of the cornea
Remote Acces
Offline/Webservice
Colour camera

Dry eye

Feature Value
NBUT
Efron classification
Tear meniscus value

General

Feature Value
Alignment XYZ automatic
Display 10.1” (1 024 x 600) TFT multi-touch screen
Observation area ø 14 mm
Medical device directive EC MDD 93/42/EC modified by directive 2007/47/EC
Output RS232 / USB / VGA / LAN

Power mapping and refraction

Feature Value
Spherical power range -20D to +20D
Cylinder power range 0D to + 8D
Axis 0 to 180°
Measuring area Min. ø 2 mm – Max. 7 mm (3 zones)
Number of measuring points 1,300 points
Acquisition time 0.2 sec
Method Shack-Hartmann

Pachymetry, IC (iridocorneal) angle and pupillometry

Feature Value
Method Continuous horizontal scan with the Scheimpflug camera
Pachymeter measuring range 150-1300 μm
Pachymeter resolution +/- 10 microns
IC angle measuring range 0°-60°
IC resolution 0.1°
Pupil illumination Blue light 455 nm

Retroillumination, corneal topography by specular reflection

Feature Value
Number of rings 24
Number of measuring points 6.144
Number of points analyzed More than 100,000
Diameter of covered corneal area at 43D From 0.75 mm to more than 10 mm
Measurement range From 37.5 D to 56 D
Repeatability 0.02 D
Method Placido rings

Tonometer

Feature Value
Measurement range 7 mmHg to 44 mmHg

Model Comparison Feature
AR-K based WF.
AR-K ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
Occular Aberro. ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
Retro ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
Corneal Topograph ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
Non Contact Tonometer ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
Scheimpflug Camera ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
Pachymetry ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
Full Eye Tracking ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
Back surface of the cornea ✔️ ✔️
Remote Access ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
Colour camera ✔️ ✔️
Dry eye ✔️
NBUT ✔️
Efron classification ✔️
Tear meniscus value ✔️
Fundus Camera ✔️

Dr. Emily Enright

Dr. John Gelles is the director of the specialty contact lens division at The Cornea and Laser Eye Institute – Hersh Vision Group and The CLEI Center for Keratoconus.

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Dr. John Gelles is the director of the specialty contact lens division at The Cornea and Laser Eye Institute – Hersh Vision Group and The CLEI Center for Keratoconus.

Dr. Paul Karpecki Kentucky Eye Institute

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Dr. Paul Karpecki Kentucky Eye Institute

Dr. Paul Karpecki

Dr. Paul Karpecki

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