topcon cl-300 Computerized Lensmeter combines advanced technology with ease-of-use features including progressive lens measurement, a large color LCD monitor, a green light reading ray which enhances measurement precision and a brand new UV transmittance measurement function.
The Topcon CL-300 is a computerized lensmeter using a touch screen panel and UV meter.
The compact, ergonomic design of the Topcon computerized lensmeter cl-300 and intuitive touch color screen panel guarantees that measurements can be easily and quickly obtained. cl300 lensmeter measures all sorts of lenses, such as advanced lenses. Contact lenses can easily and comfortably be quantified with the Topcon CL-300 as well. On account of the green light reading ray, ABBE compensation is no more required.
Its new UV measurement work offers info on the ultraviolet transmittance in the assortment of 0% to 100%, providing reliable measurement outcomes for eyeglasses and sunglasses. The compact, ergonomic design of this Topcon CL-300 and intuitive touch color display panel guarantees that measurements can be easily and quickly accessed.
The Topcon CL-300 computerized lensmeter can be obtained with PD measurement as a factory option.
Using a brand new UV Measurement Function, the CL-300 offers comprehensive data to eyeglass wearers and optometrists.
Key Features for cl300 lensmeter
- UV Transmittance Measurement
- Green Measurement Light Beam
- Easy and Fast Operation
- Auto—Mono and Multi-Focal Detection
- LCD Touch Panel
- Compact Slim Body
- Fast and Easy Loading of Printer Paper
- Improved Lens Support
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