Visionix VX60 Digital Refraction System Help accelerate your exams through an easy-to-use exam automation programming interface. The Visionix VX60 is an innovative digital refraction system which will help speed up your exams through an easy-to-use examination automation programming interface. Its simple to use control console unites the familiarity of buttons with a high-tech touchscreen interface.
EMR integration makes this device set using plenty of configurations and instruments, increasing your speed and efficiency and decreasing clerical errors.
- Ergonomic control console
- Bluetooth® Wireless Connectivity
- Examinations that take a matter of minutes
- EMR Integration
- Completely programmable examinations
- Integration with many third party instruments
- Sphere:-19.00 to 16.75D
- PD:48-80 Far
- Working Distance 35-70cm Rotary Prism Lens: 0-20Delta
- Cross Cylinder Lens: +- 0.25D
- Fixed Cross Cylinder Lens: +-0.50D
- Retinoscopic Lens: +1.5D, +2D
- Auxillary Lenses: Red/Green, Pin Hole, Polarizing, Split (Dissociation)
- Height: 11″
- Width: 14″
- Depth: 4″
- Weight: 7.7lbs
Simplified refraction thanks to a unique console design
- An ergonomic keyboard with a set of essential buttons that can be accessed with just one hand (right or left)
- A large touch screen
- A central selector wheel using the “Light Sphere Color” technology, direct, calculation-free view of the spherical equivalent tendency thanks to colored diodes.
- Fully motorized motion of the lenses, quickly andquietly.
- Detection of good position on the head-rest and inform with screen alert.
- Wide visual field
- Independent pupillary adjustment
- LED lighting for near vision, no need of external light source.
- Quick and intuitive operation
- Easy-to-use keyboard with buttons for essential features only
- Selection of tests directly on the touch screen : a new evolution
- Shortcuts of tests easy to program, quick exam protocols to create and customize
- Touch screen with IPS technology, no color modification, no luminosity loss whatever the vision angle vs screen