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Humphrey ZEISS Matrix 800 Visual Field

Humphrey ZEISS Matrix 800 Visual Field

Brand:   Humphrey ZEISS Matrix
Condition:   SellerRefubrished
Matrix 800 for early visual loss detection. Proven to find early visual field loss, quickly and easily.
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Humphrey ZEISS Matrix 800 Visual Field Connects to office network and EMR* and FORUM®. Frequency Doubling Technology – detects damage to the M-cells, a subset of ganglion cell. Large, age-related normative database. Fast and easy to use –no darkened room required. No trial lenses or eye patches required.** Fits in any practice –compact and portable. Offers reports similar to those of the Humphrey HFA, the world Standard of Care. For more information download a brochure on the Humphrey Matrix 800 Visual Field

Tech Specs

Test Specifications: Maximum temporal range (degrees) – 30, Stimulus duration – 300ms, Visual field testing distance-Infinity, Background illumination – 100 cd/m2 Threshold test libraries: FDT Full Threshold: 24-2, 30-2, N-30, 10-2, Macula Threshold test strategy: MOBS, ZEST Fixation control: Video eye monitoring, Heijl Krakau fixation method, Alternative fixation targets Operator interface: LCD, keyboard Stimulus: Frequency doubled sinusoidal gratings Stimulus sizes: 2°, 5°, 10° Printer: Native generic PCL 3, PCL 5 and postscript support for local, shared and network printers Test storage: User-defined Software features: Glaucoma Hemifield Test (GHT), Serial Field Overview, Networking, FORUM Connectivity, DICOM Connectivity Data storage, retrieval and analysis: 40 GB hard drive, USB, CD-R/W drive Dimensions: Height – 17” (43 cm), Width – 12.2” (31 cm), Depth – 33.5” (85 cm), Weight – 37.5 lbs (17.4 kg) Electrical requirements: 100-240 V, ~50/60 Hz, 200 VA max Standards: Meets UL, CSA, and CE standards

Warranty & Returns

6 months Parts and Labor