1154 VS-V Pediatric Vision Screener
|The New VS-V Pediatric vision screener is designed for screening young children using only pictures, shapes, and colors on the targets. These easily identifiable items are ideal for screening preschool and elementary age children as well as people with learning disabilities.
The VS-V Pediatric enables School Nurses and Physicians to screen for over 10 different vision functions in less than five minutes.
Now With 2 Standard plus lenses for testing hyperopia.
More about the VS-V Pediatric Vision Screener
How it works:
The VS-V Pediatric Vision Screener is operated with the new Elliptech Soft Touch Command Control Unit (see below), allowing complete remote control and automatic command of all test operations. By pressing the appropriate buttons on the compact panel, a user can advance or reverse stereo tests, select plus lenses and test distances, or selectively light either of the lamps.
The exam process is rapid yet accurate, allowing for maximum efficiency as the screening process averages under 5 minutes per examinee.
User is supplied with an instruction manual, 100 recording forms, demo version of the Visionary Software, hand control, USB cable and dust cover.
|Visual Acuity, Far Point, Pictures Only, Tests for Suppression|
|Binocular and Monocular Acuity, Uses shapes only|
|Phoria, Eye Coordination|
|Depth Perception, Color, Suppression|
|Fusion, Checks eyes’ ability to merge|
|Stereopsis, Uses shapes only|
|Binocular Acuity 20/100 to 20/30, Use to test for Hyperopia, Uses pictures only|
|Monocular Acuity 20/100 to 20/30, Near point, Uses pictures only|
Elliptech Control Unit
The VS-V Elliptech Soft-Touch hand control unit makes for easy operations of the vision screener. The comfortable design makes it suitable for hand-held or desktop operation. The hand control can not be used simultaneously with the Visionary Software.
By pressing the appropriate buttons on this panel, you can:
A) Occlusion is controlled by pushing separate buttons for each eye.
B) Stereo tests are listed on the front of the control unit. A lamp next to each test number signals when that target is being presented.
C) Peripheral vision target lamps are lit by pressing these buttons. A signal lamp indicates which eye is being tested.
D) The test distance buttons will switch the lens to the corresponding distance. (The +1.50 Diopter lens is put in place by pushing the “INT 1” button. The +2.00 Diopter lens is put in place by pushing the “INT 2” button.)
E) The Day/Night switch allows the examiner to toggle between simulated bright “real-life” daytime illumination and dim light nighttime illumination.
F) Touch these buttons and the stereo target drum either advances or reverses to the next test. Keep button depressed and drum will continue to rotate.
G) Head Sensor override button allows operation of the machine without an examinee’s head properly placed inside the headrest.