Previously Owned Refurbished M3 ARK With Tonometry TONOREF II
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M3 ARK With Tonometry
The Marco M3 tonometry equipment offers the same space and time saving features as well as the dependability of the original M3, because it is 3 instruments in one, the only one of its kind. The M3 presents several enhanced features such as a smaller footprint, to save even more space, and a new exterior design, but most importantly, the M3 now uses SLD (Super Luminescent Diode) and a highly sensitive CCD device to provide Zonal Ring-Image Technology. This makes it possible to now accurately measure patients with cataracts, corneal opacities, IOLs, and post LASIK
Small Pupil Zone Measurement
The M3 is capable of measuring through a pupil as small as 2mm. The Marco M3 includes an optional pupil zone imaging method that includes a wider area (max. 4mm) to obtain measurements that are closer to the refraction through a mesopic pupil.
SLD vs. LED Technology
Super Luminescent Diode (SLD) technology offers advantages over other measurement methods by using brighter illumination to better read through media opacities, providing a more consistent measurement. The result is more consistent and repeatable measurement even with challenging patients.
The EyeTracking System
Autonomous X, Y, Z eye tracking. The Eyetracking System provides X, Y, Z axes tracking for superior alignment, and focusing. The M3 initiates automatic measurement at the optimum measurement point.
The new M3 has an advanced APC (automatic pressure control) – high volume-low pressure puff-function which provides a softer puff of air for accurate IOP measurements with increased patient comfort. The M3 system automatically adjusts the strength of the air puff based on the first measurement of the patient’s IOP (including glaucoma suspects).
5″ Tilt Monitor
The M3 features an adjustable monitor with multi-tilt lcd. The clear 5-inch color LCD monitor can be tilted for easy operation. If the operator needs to stand to lift the patient’s eyelid, the monitor can still be viewed.