The TRK-2P 4-in-1 tool performs four-times the analytical capabilities in one-quarter of their space. It sports an entire car alignment system, with a car refractometer, keratometer, non-contact tonometer, and pachymeter. This enables the instrument to provide four times the diagnostic capabilities in one-fourth space, and in a fraction of the price of the individual devices.
The Topcon trk-2p eliminates the requirement to move the individual away from instrument to instrument, thereby saving you time and boosting your practice’s efficiency! All measurements are totally automatic, such as automobile orientation, automobile shooting, auto right/left change, and automobile switch from kerato-refractor style to tonometer style.
This special 4 1 instrument is excellent for active and also the smallest of screening chambers. The TRK-2P isn’t only smaller than its predecessor, but the consequence of such distinctive combination of 4 instruments in 1 way that only one tool is needed for your entire pretest requirements. For the patient, traveling from 1 station to another is no longer required.
The TRK-2P features a fully automated recovery and measurement system, mixing an Auto-Refractometer, Keratometer, Non-Contact Tonometer and Pachymeter in 1 instrument. The compact size and rotating color touchscreen control panel provides complete flexibility for the operator and additionally instrument place. The TRK-2P improves patient flow and practice efficiency.
-Refraction, keratometry, tonometry and pachymetry measurements all in one instrument!
-The fully automated measurement process for increased efficiency
-Seamless interface to CV-5000 vision tester
-Flexible layout and space saving design
-8.5” Color rotatable monitor
-An easy-to-use color touch panel
-Comfortable design for patients
-Built-in printer with auto paper cutter
Here are some technical details and benefits at a glance:
-4-in-1 device: refractometer, keratometer, non-contact tonometer and pachymeter
-fully automatic measurement
-gentle air pulse
-adjusted intraocular pressure
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