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The smartest way to detect refractive errors and vision problems
The 2WIN is a mobile binocular refractometer and vision analyzer that measures both eyes at the same time, in real life vision conditions.
It embodies the best and the most complete technologies to fully detect refractive errors, eye abnormalities and vision problems by measuring in the range of -15D to +15D automatic measurement of dynamic pupils response to programmable light stimulations, and accurately center spectacle lenses.
The 2WIN measures spherical power in the range of -15D to +15D, being the only mobile, hand-held instrument to provide such extended measurement range.
The 2WIN measurement principle is eccentric photo-retinoscopy. InfraRed (IR) light is projected through the patient pupils and onto the retina. Depending upon the refractive error, the reflected light forms a specific crescent-shaped brightness pattern within the pupil. The 2WIN measures spherical power, cylinder power and axis by interpreting the reflected light crescent pattern and position.
Thanks to the “Analysis of Corneal Reflexes”, the 2WIN can help your daily work by automating the analysis of refraction with a documented information of phorias and tropias (horizontal and vertical). This application provides complete information regarding the position of corneal reflexes.
Automatic measurement of dynamic pupil response to programmable light stimulations enables the detection of subtle pupillary changes, removing subjectivity from the pupillary evaluation.
Thanks to the 2WIN application “Intermediate Distance”, it is possible to identify the difficulties in focusing at VDUs Distance and to estimate the power of the additional lens needed on top of the prescription.
The 2WIN measures the patient’s refraction while reading from VDUs, at a distance of 66 cm (2’). In all those cases when reading at such distance proves difficult, the 2WIN calculates the necessary additional power (ADD) to restore the best vision. The application requires the use of an additional lens that is inserted in the central aperture of the 2WIN; the additional add-on lens together with a 66 cm reading chart compose the kit.
This feature allows to accurately center spectacle lenses with reference to the actual visual axis of the eye (cornel reflex) for better vision comfort.
The World Health Organization reports approximately 285 million people worldwide countries are visually impaired and at risk of vision loss. Together we can do a lot to improve their lives! We can ensure these families and their children a future, giving them the chance to identify and correct refractive errors and strabismus. Together we can give them a chance for a better life!
|5000 children - Sankara Eye Hospital||Bangalore, India|
|1000 children – CBM Italia Onlus||Etiopia, Moldavia, Bolivia|
|150 children - Adaptica||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|300 persons - Adaptica||Lido di Venezia, Italy|
|1600 children - Adaptica||Campinas, Brazil|
|Opticians & Optometrists – helps with practice efficiency|
|Ophthalmologists – working with infants, children and getting fast report for adults|
|Pediatric Ophthalmologists – can visit infants|
|Pediatricians – can screen infants and children|
|Mission trips – enables large scale screening and exams|
|ERs - checks visual response in trauma|
|Corporate Clinics – enables workforce screening|
|Schools – enables mass screenings|
|Extended measurement range|
|Check of lens correction|
|Lens centering on spectacle frames|
|Fully automated and easy to use|
|Operates at 1 m (3’ 3”) or 66cm (intermediate distance)|
|Handheld and light weight|
|Allows the early detection of refractive errors|
|Ideal with infants, children and non-cooperative patients|
|No drops required|
|Connect to IR printer|
|Customizable with additional features|
|Measurement of binocular objective refraction also with glasses or contact lenses.|
|Refraction of infants and children from 2 months of age, seniors, impaired and non-cooperative patients.|
|Early detection and documentation of multiple amblyogenic factors.|
|Objective measurement of sight anomalies that may be related to anisometropia, anisocoria, strabismus, phoria (software optional).|
|Direction of Gaze|
|Operating mode: binocular/monocular|
|Refraction Measurement: Automatic|
|Sphere range: +15, -15 D, step 0.25 D|
|Cylinder range: +5, -5 D, step 0.25 D|
|Cylinder axis: 1° – 180°, step 1°|
|Pupil size: Automatic detection, 4-7 mm, step 0.1 mm|
|Pupil distance: Automatic detection, 30-120 mm, step 1 mm|
|Fixation target: Built-in|
|Acoustic target: Built-in|
|Working distance: 1 m ± 5 cm|
|Data Interface: Wi-Fi, USB, microSD card|
|Printer interface: USB, Infrared (irda)|
|Power: rechargeable battery|
|Battery charger: 110-220 Vac, 0.5 A|
|Weight: 840 g (30 oz)|
|Options/Accessories: portable wireless printer, supplementary battery, battery-charger, metal case, Wi-Fi connectivity|
19-20 Octubre 2018
Manta, Manabí, Ecuador
Bascom Palmer XXXX Inter-American Course in Clinical Ophthalmology,
November 4th - 7th 2018, Florida
Oct. 27th – 30th, 2018,
McCormick Place Chicago, IL USA