Simple, easy-to-use controls. Reliable diagnosis, easy to operate Compact, lightweight (100 g). Can be used anywhere – even bedside. XHL Xenon Halogen Technology and brightness control. Avoids patients discomfort from dazzle. Three simple steps to potential acuity assessment with LAMBDA 100 1. Switch on instrument, select acuity, select grating angle, reduce ambient lighting. 2. Rest Retinometer against the patient’s forehead. Scan the pupil with the red light spot to find a "window" throug which the patient can recognize the grating pattern and identify its angle. 3. Select progressively-finer grating patterns with different angles until the patient can no longer recognize the angle. The value of the last recognizeable angle indicates potential acuity.