Stationary Vision Screener plusoptiX S16

Vendor: PlusoptiX

Description:

The plusoptiX S16 is a binocular, handheld stationary vision screener that measures the refraction of both eyes simultaneously and uninfluenced by medication from 1 meter distance to the child.

Features and Benefits
  • Binocular readings with simultaneous measurement of both eyes.
  • The measurement values correspond with the results of a sciascopy in narrow pupil.
  • The measurement is taken fully automated, and can be performed by an assistant
  • Measurement from 1m (3.3 feet) distance to the child
  • Measurement in less than one second
  • Can be used in undilated pupils
  • Fully automated function
  • Children can be measured starting at 5 months of age
  • Optional external printer available
  • Measurement results are compared to age specific thresholds and a “Pass” or “Refer” vision screening result is displayed (“Refer” vision screening result need to be sent to an eye care professional for an eye examination)
  • The Spherical equivalent is portrayed instead of the sphere, to assure that the referral criteria can be used independently from the cylinder adjustment in settings. The Spherical equivalent is defined as “Sphere + ½ Cylinder“
Materials Included
  • S16 Stationary Vision Screener
  • (1) Power Adapter
  • (1) Power Cord
  • User Manual
Note: Onsite training is available

Reimbursement Information
  • CPT Code: 99177 - Instrument-based ocular screening, bilateral, with on-site analysis
  • ICD-10 Codes
    • Z00.121 - Routine child health exam with abnormal findings
    • Z00.122 - Routine child health exam without abnormal findings.
  • Reimbursement varies from $10.00 - $30.00

Technical Specifications
  • Dimensions: 9" x 6 5/8" x 11"
  • Weight: 3 lbs
  • Power Supply
    • Input: 100 to 240 VAC (50 to 60 Hz), 0.8 A
    • Output: 12 VDC, 2.5A
  • Measurement Values
    • Metered Value: Measurement range and tolerance
    • Sphere: -7 to +5 dpt in 0.25 dpt steps ± 0.25 dpt
    • Cylinder: -7 to +5 dpt in 0.25 dpt steps ± 0.25 dpt
    • Axis: 1 to 180° in 1° steps ± 15°
    • Spherical Equivalent: -7 to +5 dpt in 0,25 dpt increments ± 0,25 dpt
    • Pupil Diameter: 4 to 8 mm in 0.1 mm steps ± 5%
    • Gaze asymmetry: 0 to 25° in 0.1° steps ± 5°
    • Interpupillary Distance: 25 to 85 mm in 0.1 mm steps ± 5%
  • Interfaces: USB, DVI, IR, WLAN, LAN (RJ-45)
  • Standards: EN 60601-1
  • WLAN Interface Standards
    • Physical Layer: Supports 802.11 b and g standards
    • Network Architecture Types: Communication with cabled networks via access points
    • Security: WPA and WPA2
    • Transmit Power: 802.11b/g: 50 mW (+17 dBm) typically
    • Frequency Range: 2,400 - 2,4897 GHz
    • Operating Channels:
      • 1-11 for North America
      • 1-13 for Europe
    • Channels: Supports all channels of 802.11d-APs
    • RX Sensitivity
      • 86 dBm typically @ 11 Mbps,
      • 82 dBm @ 6 Mbps,
      • 69 dBm @ 54 Mbps
    • Data Rates
      • 802.11g: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54 Mbps
      • 802.11b: 1, 2, 5.5, 11 Mbps
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Warranty Information

  • 1-Year Warranty