e-see uses wavefront aberrometry technology (plenoptika WRE) the same technology that measures refractive errors and aberrations in the patient's eye during LASIK surgery. The e-see provides a closer reading to subjective refraction than a traditional autorefractor. It has a binocular design and reduce patient natural accommodation with its open-view design. The measurements take 10 seconds per eye.
Spherical,Cylindrical power with axis,Spherical Equivalent powers. ( myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism)
It measures spherical power from -10D to +10D
It measures cylindrical power from 0 to 6D
Yes, e-see is a rechargeable device. A charging adapter is included along with the device.
The recommended hour of charging is 6 hrs , for 8 hrs of continuous usage.
Yes we can use e-see while charging
This device comes with overcharge protection, so overcharging does not have any adverse effects on it
No we should not keep it in the carry case, while charging because the device can become warm and the case can cause overheating
No, Only the charger given along with the device should be used for charging e-see
e-see will take less than a minute to take measure both eyes
No, e-see will test the eye unilaterally and for left eye, the device should be flipped
The right eye is the recommended for the initial measurement because the IPD adjustment lever will be facing upwards which is used to align the eye
Its comes with chain strap , Data cable, adapter , Hardshell case
Based on the customer preference , we can provide Bluetooth printer,Stand . But it comes with an additional cost
Yes, you can print the results by pairing with the recommended Bluetooth printer provided by Aurolab
No it should be paired only with the recommended Bluetooth printer provided by Aurolab
The warranty time period for e-see is 1 year
Software & Hardware upgradation
Yes , but its comes with an additional cost . kindly contact us to know more
Within 16 hours from the time of call
With e-see, you can conduct autorefraction easily, anywhere?without compromising quality.
That means you can see more patients, and help them make the best vision care choices.