New Desktop Tonometer
Pulsair Desktop measures IOP
Broomall, Pennsylvania (February 15, 2011) To create the new Pulsair Desktop, ophthalmic products specialist Keeler borrowed technology from its handheld Pulsair intelliPuff®, bringing its high performance to a conventional desktop tonometer device with chinrest.
The Pulsair Desktop’s ultra smooth X/Y mechanism gives the user total confidence and control during the alignment process. Its clear user controls and a color video alignment screen with LED illumination are simple to use for both the new and experienced user. Like all Keeler Pulsair tonometers, the Desktop version uses sophisticated optical and sensor technology for positional detection and puff triggering authorization.
Its intelligent optical and electronic technology evaluates every reading to ensure the tightest range. When sufficient reliable readings have been taken, a time-saving audible signal alerts the user. The integrated intelliPuff software analyzes the readings and eliminates any anomalies from the final displayed result.
The slim profile of the mainframe allows the clinician to maintain visual contact with the patient and the open design provides a comfortable environment that puts patients at ease. The Pulsair Desktop combines contemporary style with sophisticated technology and a small footprint that blends seamlessly into the clinical environment.