Three Functions in One Instrument
Refractometer, Keratometer and Topographer only in 1 unit. Senior citizens and childrens can also get the inspection without any trouble because they don’t have to move the seat for three measurements. Switch from Ref-Kerato Mode to Corneal topography Mode with only ONE TOUCH. The light cone appears with only one button from the measuring and the Ref-Keratometer is transformed to the Topographer.
Easy & Speedy Touch Screen Alignment.
The Touch Alignment of the RT-7000 quickly aligns the eye center with the center of the screen by simply touching the eye shownon the screen. The Auto Alignment and Auto Shot functions then start measurement inmediately. The 6.4 inch big color TFT LCD can be seen from anywhere, up, down, right and left of the display it is easy to measure while either sitting or standing.
Dual CCD Technology for Refractometry
Two CCD cameras are used to capture images for observacion and for measurement while providing highly accurate measurement data. The viewing angle of the fixation target is wider to amke patient relaxed during fixation to avoid acommodation.
IOL Cataract Mode
When it is difficult to measure pseudophakic or cataract eyes in normal mode, it can be switched to the IOL or Cataract Mode to match the state of examination eyes being examined.
It switches into the Cataract Mode automatically, too.
Diameter Measurement of Cornea and Pupil
The measurement can be done easily by moving the two cursors on the display to the boundary of Cornea or Pupil. This is useful for deciding the diameter of a contact lens.
New Indices for Keratometry: KAI, KRI
The Corneal Irregular Astigmatism display function is installed to expand the possibility of Keratometer. This is the new function to measure the level of Corneal Irregular Astigmatism, which was difficult in the past.
Fourier analysis of TMS separates and quantifies the refracting power on the surface of the cornea to “Spherical”, “Regular Astigmatism”, “Asymetry” and “Higher-order irregularity” show the Corneal Irregular Astigmatism.