Using the ZEISS VISULENS 500 you can speed up the refraction and prescription processes.
The ZEISS VISULENS 500 is equipped with a green measurement LED. It allows you to precisely determine the power of the entire set of different lens materials and designs without the need to adjust the Abbe number. This benefit will add speed as well as reliability to your examination process. In addition, ZEISS VISULENS 500 features an advanced UV transmission measurement system using four different wavelengths (365, 375, 395, 405 nm). The result: increased confidence for your patient and more upselling support for you.
Make your life easier – and increase patient satisfaction at the same time
- Standard mode for single vision, multifocal and prism lenses
- Tinted Lens Mode
- Progressive Lens Mode
- Soft Contact Lens Mode
- Hard Contact Lens Mode
- UV Transmission Mode
Measurement wavelength: 546 nm (e line)
‘Going green’ allows easy and precise measurement of entire sets of different lens materials and indices without the need to adjust the Abbe number. Simply take a measurement and have confidence in the results. Analyse soft and hard contact lenses using the adapter accessories.
Comprehensively analyse lenses for their UV protective properties by measuring UV transmission simultaneously at four different wavelengths between 365-405 nm.
The ZEISS VISULENS 500 provides a 4-pin lens holder for the secure and reliable mounting of any kind of lens. A precise pen-type system ensures easy operation and clear marking of optical centre and cylinder axis.
- Holder for frames adjustable for a wide range of frame (straight, loop, rimless, nylon)
- Optional contact lens adapter with precise XY positioning
- Integrated thermo printer
- Tiltable TFT display for operator comfort
- PD measurement
- Serial data output via RS232 interface
- Progressive/bifocal lens mode
ZEISS is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of spectacle lenses, and is committed to delivering maximum precision and comfort. ZEISS designs and produces lenses, instruments and measurement systems, as well as retail concepts and technology services that continue to raise the bar in vision care.