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Waters UPLC and HDMS Ignite Scientific Ingenuity with New System Solutions at Pittcon 2008

...Caputo, President of the Waters Division. "In 1963, Dow Chemical approached Waters, at the time a boutique engineering firm, to build a custom on-line refractor for process monitoring applications, which in essences led to the first commercially available LC system. Today, we see history repeating. Just like D...
Refractor in Medical Products

M3 Automatic Refractor / Automatic Keratometer / Non-contact Tonometer

Description: The Worlds First Combination Unit, the M3 Marco introduces 3 automated products in 1: Refractor, Keratometer, and Non-Contact Tonometer. By combining automatic refraction, keratometry, and tonometry; the M3 allows you to save time while providing the accurate measurements you have come to trust f...
Company:Marco Ophthalmic, Inc.

RK600 Auto Refractor / Keratometer

Description: The full color LCD screen, icon-based operating system, and familiar joystick controls, enable any member of your staff to make quick and accurate measurements. Measurement data can be viewed on the color screen, and results can be printed with the fast and quiet, built-in printer....
Company:Reichert, Inc.

Smart Refractor RT-5100

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Company:NIDEK, Inc.

Automatic Refractor AR-600

Description: The AR-600 is an objective automatic refractor designed for those that require fast, accurate refractions. Alignment and measurement are performed with an electronic joystick. It takes 180 separate retinoscopy readings (each at 1 degree of axis). The AR-600 fogs the patient 1.50 diopters to control...
Company:Marco Ophthalmic, Inc.

Automatic Refractor ARK-730A

Description: ARK-730A, the most advanced automatic refractor/keratometer of its kind available today. It adds the ability to perform keratometry readings simultaneously. It also features automatic alignment, automatic focusing, automatic tracking, automatic reading, and a high-speed printer....
Company:Marco Ophthalmic, Inc.

TR-4000 Auto Refractor

Description: Dual CCD cameras provide fast, accurate, reliable and repeatable measurements. The TOMEY TR-4000 offers superb quality at an excellent price. Automatic Refraction Measurements The TOMEY TR-4000 Auto Refractor provides highly accurate measurement of patients refractive power. This m...
Company:Tomey Corp.

Velo Auto 8500 Motorized Refractor

Description: Already, the most advanced motor driven refractor, the VELO 8500 Motorized Refractor is easier and faster to learn and operate. Specialized features significantly reduce refraction time while maintaining accuracy and precision. Our software makes operating the VELO 8500 Motorized Refractor an easy ...
Company:Burton Ophthalmic

Burton 7500-I Illuminated Refractor

Description: A marvel of engineering and innovative design, the Burton 7500-I refractor delivers breakthrough precision, unparalleled quality and masterful workmanship. At Burton, we set out not only to bring the ophthalmic industry a truly innovative concept, but to set the industry standard. From product desi...
Company:Burton Ophthalmic

BURTON 7500-I Refractor

Description: marvel of engineering and innovative design, the Burton 7500-I refractor delivers breakthrough precision, unparalleled quality and masterful workmanship. At Burton, we set out not only to bring the ophthalmic industry a truly innovative concept, but to set the industry standard. From product design...
Company:Burton Ophthalmic

ARK-760A Automatic Refractor

Description: The ARK-760A is an Auto Refractor/Keratometer with both visual acuities and subjective refinement. Electronic elevation, automatic alignment, focusing, printing, high-speed measurement, unequalled accuracy and all the other features that have made the Marco Automatic Refractors/Keratometer famous, ...
Company:Marco Ophthalmic, Inc.

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