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Company Marco Ophthalmic, Inc.
Item TRS-2100
Features 
  • Marcos Vision Diagnostic Systemsrepresent todays standard of care.
  • They allow practices to increase productivity and profitability while at the same time improve the quality of care you offer your patients.
  • The TRS-2100 Vision Diagnostic System allows you to achieve higher levels of efficiency, quality, and can reduce refraction time by 25-50%.
  • Description The TRS is the newest generation of electronic refractors. The TRS replaces your standard refractor and allows you to control the refractor from a keypad that is small enough to sit in your lap. The keypad also controls the CP-670 Automatic Chart Projector. The TRS is programmable so that at the touch of a button, all the lenses are moved for you, taking you to your next refraction step. This is convenient for not only you, but also helpful if you delegate and wish your technicians to perform refractions a specific way.
    Info Marco Ophthalmic, Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 874-5274
    Web site: http://www.marcooph.com/home.html

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