Righton Retinomax Series 3 + Keratometry
The Retinomax Series 3, the World’s Leading Handheld Refractor and Keratometer
The Retinomax 3 Series boasts all the same benefits as the 2 Series, plus an impressive collection of new features.
Lighter With Thinner Grip
Weighing just under one kilogram, the main body with battery is over 17% lighter for the K-plus 3 and 11% lighter for the Retinomax 3 than the conventional Retinomax Series models. The Retinomax Series 3’s center of gravity is in the grip, making the Series 3 feel much more lighter and balanced.
NEW Auto Quick Measurement
If no measurement is made within six seconds, the unit automatically enters Quick mode. Measurement is then taken in 0.07 seconds. In Auto Quick mode, “AQ” appears on printouts.
NEW Auto Pupil Measurement, Display And Printout
The unit measures pupil size automatically, displays the X (horizontal) size on the monitor, and prints out the XY (horizontal and vertical) sizes separately. Results can be used in checking accommodation, mydriasis, ADIE and Horner-associated syndromes.
SPEEDY-K2 Auto Refractometer/Keratometer original retinoscopy measurement principle achieves extremely fast auto REF/KER measurement Measurement speed is 30% faster than the Speedy-i/K.
(REF: 125 ms/7 times, KER: 260 ms/1 time) Measurement begins immediately after alignment.
In addition to KER/REF continuous measurement, auto and continuous peripheral kerato measurement are also conducted. The pupil distance is automatically detected. Each measurement can not only be manually operated, but also set to start by a single joystick operation for high-speed measurement.
NEW! Selective fogging method In addition to normal fogging, more precise fogging is possible by selecting A2 using the measurement mode key. This kind of fogging is useful for reading the eyes of patients with unstable eyes etc.
SPEEDY-i Auto Refractometer/Keratometer
Now With A Revolutionary Accommodative Testing Feature
Patients commonly complain of asthenopia, but until now, there was no easy or reliable way to test for dynamic accommodative lag. With the new Speedy i/k, accommodative accuracy is measured with a novel methodology that allows you to understand the source of your patient symptoms, as well as quantitatively adjust your prescription.