Track pupils using the 3D tracking system. When in full auto mode, it's a one touch operation for IOP measurement for both eyes. For added flexibility, it includes Auto and Manual measurement modes.
The TX-20P's delicate air puff offers maximum patient comfort while eliminating typical patient anxiety. Set the Safety Alert to prevent the optical head from making physical contact with your patient.
In the event a reading cannot be made, the user will be alerted via the display with detail on whether it was an eyelid, eyelash or the eye being out of position that caused the error.
The external fixation is effective for patients with central vision defects and can be activated using the menus on the LCD screen.
Built for comfort and weighing approx. 15 kg, the compact TX-20P maximises small spaces and comfortably fits on your instrument table along with a Canon Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera (sold separately).
Tilt the 5.7 inch colour LCD monitor up to a 40 degree angle so you can view your patient from almost any position comfortably.
Align patients with one hand and easily use the other if needed. The top of the joystick button includes the start button, which can immediately be pressed once the patient is properly positioned.
The TX-20P Tonometer provides data output using RS-232C and LAN connections, and data input using USB connections.
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Two in one, tonometer and pachymeter in a single instrument. Information about the actual corneal thickness is important because without, it can mask accurate readings of IOP and delay diagnosis of glaucoma. Unless taken into account, thicker corneas contribute to overestimation of IOP values and thinner corneas to underestimation. With a simple push of the button, an examination will be conducted fully automatically on both eyes – from alignment to printing.