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Canon RK-F2

Full Auto Ref-Keratometer

The RK-F2 automatically aligns, acquires the readings and then moves over to the opposite eye to perform the same function using the Full Auto mode. Alignment may also be performed using the Auto setting, where only one eye is automatically examined, or using the Manual setting. If the pupils have a diameter as small as 2 mm, readings may still be acquired using the small pupil mode. Up to 10 measurements of Refractometry and Keratometry may be stored for each eye.

Product Overview

FULL AUTO MODE 
The Canon RK-F2 Full Auto Ref-Keratometer helps accelerate the exam process by automatically aligning and acquiring a reading for one eye and continuing to the opposite eye to perform the same function, all with one touch of a button.  
You can program the RK-F2 Ref-Keratometer to automatically measure both eyes or one at a time, and store up to 10 Refractometry and Keratometry measurements for each eye. 

EASY TO USE, COMPACT, AND LIGHTWEIGHT

The Canon RK-F2 Full Auto Ref-Keratometer  provides various modes to help increase job  efficiency and patient comfort. And its lightweight, compact footprint—coupled with an omni-directional joystick, 5.7-inch LCD monitor, USB host, and built-in printer with auto cutter—make the RK-F2 Full Auto-Ref Keratometer an ideal complement to your ophthalmic suite. 

SMALL PUPIL SIZE
At 2.0 mm, the small pupil mode helps contribute to an efficient screening and is useful when a patient’s pupils are difficult to dilate. The short-reaching distance between the patient and operator allows closer, personal interaction and easy access  to the patient’s eyes.

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RETRO-ILLUMINATION
Using infrared retro-illumination, the RK-F2 Ref-Keratometer provides a detailed view of the eye, which is helpful for identifying cataracts, vitreous opacity, scars, and other  serious eye problems.


CORNEAL PERIPHERY MEASUREMENT
The Peripheral Keratometry mode provides accurate measurements for examining oblique astigmatisms  
and helps determine the best fit for a contact lens. The 
RK-F2 Ref-Keratometer can be used to make a series  
of measurements at a 30-degree angle from the eye’s  center along the attentive meridians.


WIDE MEASUREMENT RANGE
The dioptric measurement range of -30 D to +22 D allows examination of strong myopia or hyperopia. The astigmatic measurement range extends from 0 to 10D. The radius of curvature extends from 5 mm to 10 mm (33.75 D to 67.5 D) for keratometry.

COMPACT AND LIGHTWEIGHT
The compact RK-F2 Ref-Keratometer can be operated while sitting or standing, whichever is more comfortable for the  user. Weighing a little more than 33 pounds, the lightweight  RK-F2 Ref-Keratometer maximizes small work areas and  easily fits on the Instrument Table* alongside a Canon Full  Auto Tonometer* or Canon Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera. Keeping these machines next to one another can help  
expedite the exam process.


MULTIFUNCTIONAL, COLOR LCD MONITOR 
The 5.7-inch, color, LCD monitor tilts 40°, making the RK-F2 Ref-Keratometer easy to use, whether the operator is sitting or standing. The clear LCD display also includes multifunctional screen buttons, so the operator can switch menus as needed. 


BUILT-IN PRINTER
The front-loaded, high-speed, built-in printer includes an auto cutter, making it simple to remove the printout. The ECO setting reduces the printing density, thereby conserving paper by up to 50% as compared to printing without this setting.


MOTORIZED OMNI-DIRECTIONAL JOYSTICK
Aligning the patient’s eye is easy using the motorized omni-directional Joystick with a fine focus dial. All positioning may be performed with one hand, allowing the other hand to work with the patient if needed. On top of the joystick is the “Start” button. This can be pressed immediately once the patient is properly positioned. 

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