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TL-68 (-) Cylinder
TL-68 (-) Cylinder
TL-68 (-) Cylinder
TL-68 (-) Cylinder
TL-68 (-) Cylinder
TL-68 (-) Cylinder
TL-68 (-) Cylinder
TL-68 (-) Cylinder
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trial lens set tl-68 menos Luxvision

Spheres
The kit includes both concave (-) and convex (+) spherical lenses for performing testing on patients with myopia, hyperopia and presbyopia. Powers include ± 0.25D to ± 16.00D.

trial lens set tl-68 menos Luxvision

Cylinders
Achieve the added flexibility you need when testing astigmatic patients. In addition to a spherical set, the Luxvision TL-68 (-) Cylinder lens kit offers 12 minus cylinders to help you obtain reliable visual fields and artifact-free results. Powers range from -0.25D to -5.00D.

trial lens set tl-68 menos Luxvision

Security Case
The TL-68 (-) Cylinder Lens Set is offered in a leatherette case for safe, convenient storage.

Perimeter Trial Lens Set Selection

+ Spheres (One each) - Spheres (One each) + Cylinders or - Cylinders (One each)
16.00 16.00  
14.00 14.00  
13.00 13.00 5.00
12.00 12.00 4.50
11.00 11.00 4.00
10.00 10.00 3.50
9.00 9.00 3.00
8.00 8.00 2.50
7.00 7.00 2.00
6.50 6.50 1.50
6.00 6.00 1.00
5.50 5.50 .75
5.00 5.00 .50
4.50 4.50 .25
4.00 4.00  
3.50 3.50  
3.00 3.00  
2.75 2.75  
2.50 2.50  
2.25 2.25  
2.00 2.00  
1.75 1.75  
1.50 1.50  
1.25 1.25  
1.00 1.00  
.75 .75  
.50 .50  
.25 .25  

Spheres
The curved surface forms a part of the spherical lens and the dioptric power on all axis positions is the same. After passing through the lens, the light beam focuses on one point (or a virtual focus). Spherical lenses includes concave lenses (-) and convex lenses (+), which are used to examine myopia, hyperopia and presbyopia.

Cylinders
The curved surface forms a part of the cylindrical lens and the dioptric power on all axis positions is not the same. After passing through the lens, the light beam focuses into a straight line (or a broken line). Cylindrical lenses consists of concave cylindrical lenses and convex cylindrical lenses that are used to examine astigmatism.

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