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Company Marco Ophthalmic, Inc.
Item Palm-AR / Palm-ARK
Features 
  • Portable
  • Easy to align
  • Automatic measurement
  • Automatic fogging
  • Accurate and dependable readings
  • Infrared printer communication
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Integrates with the TRS-2100 and EPIC-2100 Refraction Systems
Description Portable, easy to align, automatic measurement, automatic fogging. Accurate and dependable readings. Infrared printer communication. Rechargeable battery. Integrates with the TRS-2100 and EPIC-2100 refraction systems.
Info Marco Ophthalmic, Inc.
Customer Service: (800) 874-5274
Web site: http://www.marcooph.com/home.html

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