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Topcon introduces SOLOS Automatic Lens Analyzer


SOLOS is automatic lens analyzer that enables advanced, accurate, and efficient lens analysis with one button touch.

SOLOS Automatic Lens Analyzer

Topcon Healthcare has launched SOLOS, an automatic lens analyzer that enables advanced, accurate, and efficient lens analysis with one button touch, the company announced on Friday.

SOLOS is designed as a multi-functional device to simplify the clinical workflow by combining a fully automated lensmeter with a full-range spectrometer.

It provides automatic lens type detection, automatic marking, and lens mapping of single vision, progressive, and other multifocal lenses—in spectacle frame or as uncut lenses, according to a news release.

The device automatically positions each lens, detects the lens type, and performs comprehensive measurements of both lenses within a spectacle frame.

SOLOS includes an extended measurement range of +/- 20 D as well as a built-in spectral transmittance meter that measures ultraviolet, blue, and visible light transmittance in addition to lens tint.

Results are displayed immediately and can be sent to either a patient’s electronic medical records or wirelessly transferred to Topcon’s CV-5000S or Chronos refraction system, enhancing connectivity, preventing transcription errors, and enabling comparisons of new prescriptions with previous spectacles to support purchasing decisions, according to the company.

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