Updated on 07/01/2021

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ARK-F - The range of products dedicated to the objective refraction is expanding thanks to a new fully automated device: the AR(K) -F.
Automatisms are present at all levels of the measurement process: from the adjustment of the chinrest position to the measurements of the objective refraction of the two eyes. The patient is guided entirely by the voice instructions given by the device. The operator does not take action during the process of examination.

Thanks to its tilting and swiveling screen, the ARK-F can be easily positioned in the corner of a room or against a wall, saving space and optimizing space in the smallest configurations.

The AR(K)-1 ensures accurate refraction measurement (and keratometry). The large pupil zone imaging method enables the measurement of wide area refraction of up to 6 mm diameter. Fogging is performed after correcting the patient's astigmatism to minimize the interference with accommodation even in high astigmatism.
The SLD/CCD combining system improves measurement capability even in dense caractous eyes.

The handling is fast from the usual NIDEK icon controls and intuitive navigation from the touch screen.
Various diagnostic assistance data are provided by sagittal measurements for eccentricity, retro-illumination image for opacities, pupil and cornea size, confidence index, and so on.

    ARK-F

    NIDEK
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    • 5a N042
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    The range of products dedicated to the objective refraction is expanding thanks to a new fully automated device: the AR(K) -F. Automatisms are present at all levels of the measurement process: from the adjustment of the chinrest position to the measurements of the objective refraction of the two eyes. The patient is guided entirely by the voice instructions given by the device. The operator does not take action during the process of examination. Thanks to its tilting and swiveling screen, the ARK-F can be easily positioned in the corner of a room or against a wall, saving space and optimizing space in the smallest configurations. The AR(K)-1 ensures accurate refraction measurement (and keratometry). The large pupil zone imaging method enables the measurement of wide area refraction of up to 6 mm diameter. Fogging is performed after correcting the patient's astigmatism to minimize the interference with accommodation even in high astigmatism. The SLD/CCD combining system improves measurement capability even in dense caractous eyes. The handling is fast from the usual NIDEK icon controls and intuitive navigation from the touch screen. Various diagnostic assistance data are provided by sagittal measurements for eccentricity, retro-illumination image for opacities, pupil and cornea size, confidence index, and so on.

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