plusoptiX A16 Pediatric Autorefractor
Plusoptix has developed handheld autorefractors especially for infants, children and uncooperative patients, which measure both eyes (binocular) from one meter distance within one second.
The plusoptiX A16 — Pediatric Autorefractor has been designed for stationary in a doctor's office or in eye clinics.
— The plusoptiX A16 measures both eyes simultaneously within one second and in one meter distance to the child
— Used in un-dilated pupils, measurements of hyperopia, myopia, astigmatism and anisometropia provide valuable data for a quick vision examination. Results can additionally be used as a starting point for retinoscopy or to confirm retinoscopic results
— The measurement is taken fully automated, and can be performed by an assistant
— Possible measurement in cycloplegia
— Refraction (sphere, cylinder and axis)
— Symmetry of corneal reflexes
— Pupil diameter and pupil distance
— Our devices are maintenance free
— Precise measurement results
— The measurement from one meter distance is reliable and delegable
— Uninfluenced by medication
— Even children with nystagmus and uncooperative patients can be measured in less than one second
— Measurement over glasses and contact lenses
— If a skiascopy in cycloplegia is required, it proceeds faster because of the existing measurement values, especially cylinder and axis. Furthermore, you have a result to compare with.
— No wrong myopic results because of device myopia (device accommodation)
— Entry examination of infants and children in your practice will be substantially simplified
— WLAN/LAN interface for automated datatransfer to a patientdata-network with GDT
— Print the measurement protocol with the free software plusoptiXconnect
— Print measurement results with the optional wireless labelprinter "plusoptiX P12"
Please click here for information how our devices differ from usual table autorefractors.
Please click here to reach the list of ophthalmologists and clinics, working with the Pediatric Autorefractor or Mobile Pediatric Autorefractor.