NIDEK TABLETOP REFRACTION SYSTEM TS-310
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The TS-310 is a tabletop subjective refraction system that integrates chart and refractor into a single unit. NIDEK's recognized quality examination is embodied in a new, groundbreaking design that redefines the conventional refraction systems and significantly minimizes the examination footprint. Compact design enables easy installation and office assimilation, while the stylish shape complements the progressive image of your facility. The TS-310 fulfills the need for simple and reliable refraction, in an attractive design, wherever space limitations exist.Body:
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Simple and reliable refraction
The TS-310 is a tabletop subjective refraction system that integrates chart and refractor into a single unit.
Operation-oriented control box. The 5.7-inch color LCD touch screen displays all data with high visibility. Simple, understandable, and comfortable user interfaces ensure an effective operation.
Sophisticated refractor. Beautiful ergonomic design enhances a stress-free examination environment for both operator and patient, while maintaining superior accuracy.
Reliable chart unit. The TS-310 uniquely uses the same high resolution charts for both far and near testing. The brilliant clarity of the LCD, allows visual acuity at 5 m and near visual acuity at 40 cm to be measured with the same accuracy as actual distances.
Flexible measurement style
Regardless of personal measurement style, or sitting / standing ergonomic preferences, the TS-310 ensures comfortable examinations. Clean symmetry design, without a refractor pole, allows examinations from both right and left side of patients.
The TS-310 does not require complex angle and distance adjustments during installation, which can be achieved by any staff member without expert knowledge.
Super space-saving design of the TS-310 (from 0.4 to 0.7 m wide, 0.5 m deep), offers flexible room arrangement without compromising the precision of conventional refractions.
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