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    发布时间: 2019-11-08 11:48    
Basic Specifications

Intraocular pressure (IOP) measuring range: 1mmHg~ 30mmHg /1mmHg ~60mmHg ( precision of 1mmHg)
Measuring system: dual sensor system of light and pressure 
Working distance:11mm 
R/L: automatic detection and display 
Measuring result: 10 times per eye; 3 times result printing per eye
Recording: build-in printer
Measuring mode: auto/manual
Focus: when luminous spot is in the focus frame, 2 modes can be chosen.
     auto mode: auto intraocular pressure measurement 
     manual mode: when it's good focus, the frame will turn yellow into green, and click to start the measurement 
Error indication: if the measurement signal is weak, the IOP will be enclosed by ( ), or display "ERR "
Safety limit button: install measurement for minimum distance between head and patient 
Safety functions: the distance between air nozzle and cornea is controlled in preset range(such as 11mm); it will stop going forward when the cornea is too closed to air head. 
Movement range:30mm(front to back)/ 90mm(left to right)/ 30mm(vertical)
Jaw layer vertical movement: 0~65mm with under jaw layer 
Display mode: 10.1-inch HDMI color LED touch monitor
Output port: USB2.0
Working platform: electric elevating platform 

Size:380 mm (L) x 460mm (W) x 505mm (H)
Power supply: 220V/50HZ

Note:with development of technology, specifications and design are subject to change without notice.

Product features

Auto tonometer utilizes image control and feature recognition for auto 3-D positioning of xyz with reliable judgment and measurement results, and easy to operate. The air non-contact approach to measure IOP can also be used for corneal thickness (ST-1000P).

Performance Features 

Auto 3-D positioning of xyz results in precise and reliable measurement
Full-auto measurement for both right and left eye data without manual switch
Easy to operate the tonometer with color touch monitor
Stable data of IOP through soft air measurement 
To compensate corneal thickness measurement of IOP