Diagnostic/Prescreening

Diagnostic/Prescreening

by Robert Capielo

AKR750E Auto Kerato-Refractometer

Fast, accurate and fully automatic: an ideal solution
for delegating patient measurement

  • One-touch button measuring process for both eyes
  • Ultra-precise measurement, for even small diameter pupils
  • Auto and manual measurement modes available
  • Wide range of measures including peripheral keratometry with eccentricity
  • Large 7.5″ tilting screen for easy operation
  • Automatic data transfer to APH 550
Scanning Window
Unique “scanning window” with smooth and silent movement to create comfortable and stress-free exam atmosphere
AKR 750
AKR750E

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FULL AUTO KERATO REFRACTOMETER

  • One-touch button measuring process for both eyes
  • High measurement accuracy, even on small diameter pupils to deliver precise data whatever the exam conditions
  • Wide range of measurements: PK with eccentricity, pupil size
  • Unique “scanning window” with smooth and silent movement to create comfortable and stress-free exam atmosphere
  • Large 7.5” tilting screen for easy operation and optimal visibility
  • Auto and manual measurement modes available for more flexibility

READY FOR AUTOMATED REFRACTION CHAIN

  • Can be easily connected to the APH 550 automatic refractor for an automatic transmission of objective refraction data

What are the benefits of AKR750?

  • Fully automatic for both eyes
  • No movement needed for the patient
  • Joystick to control the measurements for difficult patients
  • Highly accurate products

How many shots can it take?

The equipment has two modes, auto and manual. In the auto mode, we can set up one to three shots. We recommend three shots and use the average for better accuracy.


What is the minimum pupil size?

The minimum pupil size is 2.2 mm.


Why is AKR750 fully automatic?

In one click, the machine tracks the eye one by one and shoots automatically when it is in the best focus.


Do we need calibration?

Yes, onsite calibration is possible. There is no need to send the unit back for calibration.

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