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REICHERT RK700 INCLUDED: 1- REICHERT RK700 AUTO REFRACTOMETER / KERATOMETER . 1- POWER CABLE. 1- GUIDE MANUAL. 3 MONTHS OF WARRANTY ALL THE EQUIPMENT WE OFFER IS BECAUSE WE HAVE ARE IN... view more
Used, Technical condition: very good, Visual condition: very good, Japanese production, Power supply: 230 V, Frequency: 50/60 Hz, Nikon Speedy-1 is an easy-to-use autorefractometer with a wide... view more
Used, Technical condition: very good, Visual condition: very good, Power supply: 230 V, Frequency: 50/60 Hz, New Vision FA - 6000A Auto is an easy to use autorefractometer, which enables... view more
Carl Zeiss Meditec Humphrey Autorefractor The following equipment is now in stock and available immediately! This unit is in good used cosmetic condition. Powers on without errors, except for... view more
An autorefractor is a medical device used to measure the refractive power of the eye. It is used to determine the best corrective lens prescription for the patient. The autorefractor measures the refractive power of the eye by shining a light into the eye and measuring the light that is reflected back. This information is then used to calculate the best corrective lens prescription for the patient.
Autorefractors are used in a variety of settings, including optometry offices, ophthalmology clinics, and hospitals. They are used to quickly and accurately determine the best corrective lens prescription for the patient. The price range of autorefractors varies depending on the type and features of the device. Basic autorefractors can range from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars for more advanced models. Some of the leading manufacturers of autorefractors include Topcon, Nidek, Canon, and Zeiss.