ZEISS Humphrey Matrix 800

Used ZEISS Humphrey Matrix 800

An outstanding solution for a busy eye care practice, the ZEISS Humphrey Matrix 800 is ideal for case detection and fast threshold testing. In addition to simplifying visual field testing, the Humphrey visual field machine offers frequency-doubling perimetry, which can identify visual field loss that goes undetected by other testing methods. With a small footprint and streamlined design, the ZEISS Humphrey Matrix 800 also allows for testing under normal ambient light – a darkened room is not required.

What Is Unique About the Humphrey Matrix?

The ZEISS Humphrey Matrix 800 features patented frequency-doubling technology. Alternating black and white bars create a patient-friendly doubling illusion, which can preferentially test for sensitivity loss in the magnocellular pathways of the visual system, eliminating the need for trial lens correction in most cases.

Additionally, while all ganglion cell types are affected by glaucoma, no single test consistently identifies the functional effects of glaucoma first. The Humphrey visual field machine has proven high sensitivity and may find defects earlier in some patients.

Professionally Refurbished Ophthalmology Equipment

Vision Equipment Inc. offers a full range of used ophthalmology equipment, including the ZEISS Humphrey Matrix 800. Prior to being added to our inventory, each item is thoroughly cleaned, precisely recalibrated and rigorously tested by factory-trained technicians. This ensures that the machine is functioning optimally, allowing it to be seamlessly integrated into your practice. You can buy with confidence; we back each sale with an industry-leading warranty. Contact us today to learn more.


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    ZEISS Humphrey Matrix 800

    ZEISS Humphrey Matrix 800 for early visual field loss detection Proven to find early visual field loss. Quickly. Easily. Connects to office networks, EHRs and FORUM®.Frequency Doubling Technology detects damage to the M-cells, a subset of ganglion cells.Large, age-related normative database. Fast and easy to use no darkened room required.No trial lenses or eye patches required.**Fits in any practice compact and portable.Offers reports similar to those of the Humphrey HFA, the World Standard of Care.

    * Using DICOM, or you can export JPEG or PDF files via the USB port to a PC or EHR.
    ** Trial lenses are required beyond +/-3 diopters for the Humphrey Matrix and beyond +/-7 diopters for the Humphrey FDT.