Phoropter Reichert RX Master
The Phoropter Reichert RX Master, designed and constructed to provide years of reliable service, gives the professional distinctive features that measurably improve procedures- useful features like the time-saving synchronized cross cylinder that automatically rotates to the corresponding axis, and Ful-Vue convergence that provides the widest field of view for increased accuracy.
This phoropter reichert RX Master is the latest in a
series of Reichert refracting instruments that began with the invention
of the Phoropter instrument. It incorporates refinements that represent
more than 70 years of experience in working with doctors and thousands
of instruments installed. It embodies the characteristics that doctors
need and want most, including accuracy, speed, ease, patient comfort,
Features for phoropter reichert RX Master
Typical Reichert reliability
The Ultramatic Phoropter Reichert RX Master is engineered
and built to the high standards that have made Reichert refracting instruments
famous for longevity during the past 70 years. Corrosion-resistant materials,
precision machining, skilled workmanship, rigid inspection, "life
testing", and Reichert service mean that the Ultramatic RX Master
will provide dependable long-term performance.
Consider the number of cross cylinder axis settings you
make during a typical refraction, and the time they cost you. The Ultramatic
RX Master eliminates these settings to streamline your procedure and save
valuable time. When you change cylinder axis, the cross cylinder automatically
rotates to a corresponding axis. You read a single scale once at the conclusion
of the test.
Ful-Vue convergence provideds the widest field of view for maximum accuracy
Completely overlapping fields during near testing mean
precision measurement. With the flip of two levers, the entire optical
system is converged.
Choice of minus or plus system. The cylinder axis control
is concentric with the cylinder power knob. The control knob rotates a
full 360 degrees and is surrounded by the axis scale. An axis reference
scale at the main aperture speeds retinoscopy.
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