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Visionix-VX120+Dry eye-Anterior segment

Visionix VX120+ dry eye

Multimodal platform, screening and monitoring of the dry eye syndrome (DES)

The screening services provided by the VX 120+ give you the opportunity to alert your patients of pathologies like glaucoma, cataracts, keratoconus, as well as correcting vision defects including those affecting night vision, and in so doing complete the panel of services that you offer as an optician / optometrist. Earning client loyalty through competent care and good relationships becomes easier. By giving the client more time, with more information about their visual health, they will naturally recognize your long-term added value.

You can now screen and monitor eye pathologies inclusive the dry eye syndrome.

  • Non-Invasive Tear Breakup Time: A test that processes the movement of the rings on the eye and gives the speed of tear film breakup between two blinks.
  • Meibomian glands: The color camera allows you to make a photo gallery of the parts of the eye and to focus on the meibomian glands area.
  • Tear Meniscus value: Using the manual zoom of the color camera, you can measure the height of the tear meniscus to complete the test.

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 better trust and an enhanced reputation

Increase your quality of service by using a complete diagnostic tool

  • Distinguish yourself from your competitors and be a recognized vision expert
  • Reinforce your position as a specialist
  • Create and/or increase relationships with ophthalmologists

Perform a complete examination of the anterior segment of the eye

  • Cataracts: Screening and approving candidates for Premium implants
  • Refractive: Screening and approving candidates for surgery
  • Glaucoma: Screening and monitoring
  • Adaptation of rigid and scleral contact lenses
  • Keratoconus: Screening, stage classification, and monitoring
  • Identifying refraction needs that are linked to night vision
  • Also provides complete readings for refraction and keratometry
  • Screen and monitor Dry Eye Syndrome (DES)

Obtain precise measurements and a visual health assessment of the client

  • Accurate vision for your patients with customized glasses that may even correct night vision if needed
  • Create satisfaction and client retention
  • Reinforce wearer’s feeling of security and trust
  • Adaptation of premium products
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 Acces
    Offline/Webservice
    Colour camera
    Dry eye
    NBUT
    Efron classification
    Tear meniscus value
    Fundus Camera

    Dr. Kambiz Silani

    Dr. Emily Enright

    Peter Remm -Kühl Optik

    Dr. Kambiz Silani

    Dr. Paul Karpecki

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