Mobile centration is the new way to capture your patient’s individual parameters with ZEISS high precision technology. Over 20 years of experience in centration systems are now available in its most convenient form yet, allowing for highest flexibility in the practice. The ZEISS i.Terminal mobile centration system for iPad gathers and calculates basic fitting parameters in a few seconds. The application is designed to guarantee userfriendly control through intuitive handling to allow easy capturing of centration images
userfriendly control through intuitive handling to allow easy capturing of centration images. To further increase usability, the ZEISS i.Terminal mobile needs no bulky accessory to the iPad, such as additional cameras or flashes.
Streamlined consultation is now combined in one solution Your patient data is stored on a networking server of the portable i.Com mobile data management system by ZEISS in which the centration system is embedded. This allows for reliable procedures and easy data access from multiple iPads.
- ZEISS i.Terminal mobile comes as part of ZEISS i.Com mobile, including the ZEISS i.Com server for storage of patient data and interfaces to common PMS.
- Simple and fast usage through face recognition.
- Smaller and lighter than a pupillometer.
- Including 2 calibration clips No additional equipment necessary
In 60 seconds, capture all necessary measuring parameters with i.Terminal mobile via iPad
- Frame data (A, B, DBL)
- Interpupillary distance (PD)
- Monocular pupillary distance (mono PD)
- Fitting height, segment height
- Back vertex distance (BVD)
- Pantoscopic angle (PA)
- Wrap angle
ZEISS i.Terminal mobile takes up to 4 pictures in a row for best image quality.
Easy adjustment of fitting parameters by a fingertip on the iPad.
All fitting, lens and frame data at a glance.
The captured data is immediately transferred to ZEISS i.Com mobile for further data processing to common PMS and lens ordering.
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