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The WaveLight Topolyzer VARIO integrates non-contact topography, keratometry, and pupillometry in a single device.
Bausch & Lomb Orbscan IIz Topographer is a fully integrated multi-dimensional diagnostic system that elevates diagnostics beyond mere topography. Unlike current topography systems which scan the surface of the eye at standard points, the orbscan II acquires over 9,000 data points in 1.5 seconds to meticulously map the entire corneal surface (11 mm), and analyze elevation and curvature measurements on both the anterior and posterior surfaces of the cornea.
The B+L Keratometer is primarily used to diagnose the presence of astigmatism, and to determine its degree and how it can be treated. Uses Diopter and MM
The Bausch and Lomb model 70 Lensometer has been used by generations of opticians and lab technicians. This workhorse is built to last a lifetime. The model 70 measures sphere, cylinder, and prism power. Marks lens for cutting and edging. Measures finished glasses for prescription and vertical prism differences with adjustable lens table. More sensitive target. Built-in solid state electronic light intensifier for checking absorptive lenses. Easy to use, fast precise. The Gold standard for lensometers world wide.
Orbscan II by ORBTEK (Bausch and Lomb) sets a new standard for precision measurement of the anterior segment of the eye. Utilizing a scanning slit measurement system, the instrument provides the clinician with important diagnostic information about the cornea, iris, and lens. The state of the art Orbscan II is one of the most technologically advanced corneal topography systems available.
This exceptional lens edging system comes with a free blocker, blocks, manuals, re-circulation pumps with tank, and accessory kit.
We also include warranty and free installation!!!
100% refurbished by factory trained technicians
FREE INSTALLATION AND TRAINING
Please Allow 2-4 weeks for Installation.
Vision Equipment Inc professionally reconditions every lens edging system we sell. Each machine is completely disassembled to its components. Each component is then individually reconditioned separately. Each part is meticulously cleaned to new condition. All wearable items such as bearings, belts, and wheels are discarded and replaced with new parts. The components are then reassembled and topped off with freshly painted and decaled covers.
Our factory trained technicians then begin the calibration process. We cut nearly 100 lenses in our testing and calibrating stage. We test and size all lens materials, all frame types, and every lens type. We then record our calibrations and keep them on file for future technical support.
Each completed system is then professionally packed and shipped. Our technicians will meet the shipment at your office, unpack it, install it on your bench, and insure all calibrations have held through shipping. When everything is verified, our technician will then train you and your staff how to use and care for your edger.
After completion of the installation and training you will have the confidence to cut any lenses for your patients and provide an excellent service. You will also have the confidence in knowing that our technicians are only a phone call away. Whether you have a machine issue, or just need some advice on blocking some rare lens type, our lifetime phone support is like having an extra hand to rely on.
The 7500-I Refractor was the first model to bring illuminated dials into your exam room and is still recognized as the brightest. 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.
The Burton 860 Platinum Series Slit Lamp with Tru-life optics delivers pure pristine images from every vantage point.
The Canon CR-1 Mark II Digital Fundus Camera epitomizes state-of-the-art non-mydriatic imaging technology with dramatically reduced brightness, improved overall comfort, and significantly shorter exams. For patients having non-mydriatic retinal exams, the bright flash can be unpleasant. The CR-1 Mark II Digital Retinal Camera focuses on reducing patient stress to provide comfortable retinal exams by significantly reducing the flash intensity. Because retinal exams play an important role in screening for major illnesses, the ease of examining provided by the CR-1 Mark II supports overall healthcare for people.
The Canon CR-2 Digital Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera incorporates the latest in Canon retinal imaging technology and enhancements in a compact and light design. It can easily be installed and takes up minimal office space and, for added convenience, can remain mobile for easy transportation when needed.