Autorefractor Keratometer – Ophthalmic Products – Autorefractors are used to measure the degree of refractive error in the eye, and are suited well toward applications such as differentiating corneal from lenticular aberrations, and assessing pre-and-post refractive surgery patients. The patient focuses their vision on a fixation target such as a hot-air balloon floating over land. Like many ophthalmology instruments, they have spherical and cylindrical measurement ranges of -30 to +25D/±10D respectively. As the line between autorefractor and keratometer is often blurred, the customer should be aware of systems that have separate measurement ranges for autorefraction and keratometry.
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