HEINE LAMBDA 100 Retinometer
- XHL Xenon Halogen Technology and brightness control
- Simple, easy-to-use controls
- Compact, lightweight (100g)
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HEINE LAMBDA 100 RETINOMETER
For assessing potential visual acuity
The LAMBDA100 Retinometer is the first compact instrument for assessing potential visual acuity of patients with cataracts and other opacities. LAMBDA100 – clinically tested with excellent results. Simple, easy-to-use controls. Reliable diagnosis, easy to operate. Compact, lightweight (100 g). Can be used anywhere – even bedside. XHL Xenon Halogen Technology and brightness control. Avoids patients discomfort from dazzle.
Three simple steps for assessing potential visual acuity with LAMBDA 100
- Switch on instrument, select acuity, select grating angle, reduce ambient lighting.
- Rest Retinometer against the patient’s forehead. Scan the pupil with the red light spot to find a “window” through which the patient can recognize the grating pattern and identify its angle.
- Select progressively finer grating patterns with different angles until the patient can no longer recognise the angle. The value of the last recogniseable angle indicates potential acuity.
scale 1 - with decimal scale 0.06 to 0.8
scale 2 - with acuity scale 20 / 300 to 20 / 25
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