The VISIONIX VX120 is also the ideal instrument to screen for cataract glaucoma defects, and diseases as a result of a mixture of Anterior Chamber Analysis, along with purposes such as Refraction, Keratometry Topography Tonometry.
The VX 120 contains variants of refraction, screening for cataract, glaucoma, corneal pathologies like keratoconus, and fitting of contact lenses using incorporated topography.
The blend of technology found at the VX 120 is exceptional (aberrometry, tonometry, topography, Scheimpflug camera, etc..) With complete integration in mind, the VX 120 is made to have the ability to export dimensions and archive files and archive your information using WiFi, USB key, office programs, etc..
The VX 120 is a perfect instrument to screen for cataract, glaucoma, visual flaws, and corneal diseases as a result of a unique combination of functions including Refraction, Keratometry, Aberrometry, Topography, Pupillometry, Tonometry, along with Anterior Chamber Analysis using Scheimpflug imaging.
The VISIONIX VX120 uses wavefront analysis and functions like an ARK, topographer, aberrometer, pachymeter, and NCT, along with anterior chamber analysis. Seven dimensions handled in 90 minutes.
Its multiple functions provide flexibility and convenience in a smaller footprint while pretending to compromise on the resolution and precision of these measurements. These attributes help make the testing procedure more comfortable for both the doctor and the individual.
-Shack-Hartmann mapping method
-Topographer up to 100000 points
-High-density wavefront aberrometry up to 1500 points
-Measures pupils as small as 2mm
-Automatic right / left eye movement
-Based on Wavefront technology
-Retro-illumination – spot aberrations in the IOL and cornea scratches easily
-Global view of refraction aberrations EMR and VX55 digital refraction compatibility
-10.4″ Color Touchscreen interface
VISIONIX VX120 allows us to get an accurate picture of your eyes in no time. He combines the following automatic measurements:
objective refraction in 0.01d steps
Measurement of eye values for day and night vision
Measurement of the cornea
Analysis of all aberrations by wavefront technology
Measurement of the anterior surface of the cornea using approx. 6000 measuring points
important for the adjustment of contact lenses
serves to detect keratoconus
measures pupil diameter at day and night vision
fully automatic non-contact tonometer
– the anterior chamber analysis
Measurement of corneal thickness and chamber angle using Scheimpflug camera