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Determine subjective refraction with computer algorithm assistance.

Refraction

Our range of Refraction Devices from Visionix offers precise and reliable measurements, improving accuracy and patient satisfaction. With advanced features such as Wavefront technology, our devices provide ease of use and efficiency. The sleek design ensures optimal comfort for eye care professionals. At Visionix, we offer superior equipment for effective and high-quality eye care practice with the latest in refraction technology.

Refraction by Visionix

Refraction is a critical part of an eye examination that helps determine the appropriate prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses. It involves measuring the refractive error of the eye, which is the ability of the eye to focus light on the retina. During the refraction process, a series of lenses are placed in front of the eye, and the patient is asked to identify which lenses provide the clearest vision. By using different lenses and measuring the resulting refractive error, an optometrist or ophthalmologist can determine the proper corrective prescription for the patient.

For eye care professionals, accurate refraction is crucial in providing high-quality vision care. The ability to correctly determine a patient’s refractive error can prevent vision problems such as eye strain, headaches, and difficulty seeing at certain distances. By utilizing advanced technology such as automatic refractors, professionals can improve the accuracy and efficiency of the refraction process, allowing for more accurate diagnoses and better patient outcomes.

Accuracy

Visionix products use advanced technology to provide highly accurate and reliable measurements of refractive error, reducing the risk of errors caused by human factors.

Efficiency

Visionix products are designed to streamline the refraction process, allowing eye care professionals to see more patients in less time. This can increase productivity and improve patient satisfaction.

Versatility

Our automated devices can help any optometrist improve their patient care and enable them to expand the scope of their practice. There are powerful tools that allow you to expand care to patients and increase private practice revenue.

Products

Visionix Eye Refract

The Eye Refract system uses dual, Shack-Hartmann wavefront aberrometers, combined with a fully automated digital phoropter, to deliver highly accurate and reproducible refractions in less than four minutes. The tablet-driven process can be conducted by a staff member with limited training while still delivering consistent results.

  • Essential for refractive surgeons – Highly accurate and reliable refraction for increased patient satisfaction.
  • Comfortable eye exam for all – Improved patient experience and more accurate results.
  • Time saving – Fast, efficient refraction process, reduces wait times and increases productivity.

Visionix-VX65-phoropter

Visionix VX 65

Do you ever wonder how many refractions you carry out day after day, all year round? We designed the VX 65 to tackle the toughest workloads. 20 refractions a day 300 days per year for 10 years. That is 60,000 times less you need to bend over a manual phoropter turning dials and knobs.

  • Versatile 2-in-1 device – Phoropter adaptable for multi-skilled practices with tablet control.
  • Intensive use – Benefit from Visionix technology improvements and experience a more accurate and comfortable refraction process.
  • Easy integration
    – Efficient data management for seamless workflow integration.

Visionix VX 25

This screen has been designed for optimal results in the prescreen exam room thanks to its ergonomic design, streamlined style, and the large number of tests included.
This device is used within the Eye Refract system for diagnostic purposes in ophthalmology, visual acuity and binocular vision testing.

  • Compact design – Compact refraction setup, no need for projection or mirrors.
  • Secure patient’s comfort – Quick, comfortable, natural exam with perfect results.
  • Operator security – User-friendly chart with versatile features and anti-reflection coating.

Visionix VX 22

The VX 22 LCD display, with its 23.6” size is available in 3 versions non polarized, linear polarized and circular polarized thus adaptable for any request and use of each country. This screen has been designed for optimal results in the exam room thanks to its ergonomic design, streamlined style, and the large number of tests included.

  • Flexible reading distance – Flexible reading distance with adjustable chart size for convenience.
  • Large choice of options – 3 types of polarized screens for binocular and stereoscopic vision.
  • Fully compatibleSync chart display with Eye Refract and VX 65.

Model Comparison

VX 1000 VX 1200 VX 2200-2200H VX 3000 -3000H
Control panel with butons
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Control panel with LCD screen
✔️ ✔️
Screed lock mechanical system
Screed lock electro-mechanical system
✔️ ✔️
Projector support
✔️ ✔️
Electric elevation of chair
✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
Seat rotation
✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
Electric arm
included included
Inclination of back-rest
✔️ ✔️
Removable foot rest
✔️ ✔️
Removable arm rest
✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
Number of instruments
2 2 2 3
Additional furnish with drawers
✔️ ✔️

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FAQ

What are the benefits of binocular refraction?

Binocular refraction is a technique used to take into account the way that the two eyes work together as a team, that means: Better accuracy, improved visual comfort, better depth perception, faster testing and customized vision correction.

How long does a refraction test take?

The length of a refraction test can vary depending on the type of instrument used and the complexity of the person's refractive error. A standard refraction test with a phoropter can take between 10-20 minutes. This time is significantly reduced with AI and wavefront technologies.

How accurate are refraction instruments?

Refraction instruments can provide accurate measurements of a person's refractive error, but the accuracy can be affected by factors such as the quality of the instrument and the skill of the operator. For devices with embedded A.I., repeatability rate increases significantly.