Zeiss FDT Perimeter
The Zeiss Humphrey FDT has been clinically validated in more than 170 peer-reviewed publications.
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- The FDT is optimized for use in both ophthalmological and non-ophthalmological settings and
- may be operated by healthcare workers having little or no specialty training in ophthalmology.
- Patients may be tested using their own glasses, no requirement for trial lenses or eye patches1
- Short test: ~ 40 seconds per eye
- Simplified interpretation of results
- Large, age-related normative database
- Compact design that fits anywhere in your practice
- Easy and intuitive operation for users of any level of experience
- Dependable performance in ambient light
- Convenient low-cost, built-in printer*
- 1Trial lenses are required beyond ± 3 diopters for the Matrix and beyond ± 7 diopters for the FDT.
- *FDT does not include electronic connectivity.
- Maximum temporal range (degrees): 30
- Stimulus duration: 300ms
- Visual field testing distance: Infinity
- Background illumination: 100 cd/m2
- Threshold test libraries: C-20, N-30
- Threshold test strategy: MOBS
- Screening test libraries: C-20, N-30
- Screening test modes: Age corrected
- Fixation control
- Heijl Krakau blind spot monitor
- Operator interface (display): LCD
- Stimulus: Frequency doubling
- Stimulus sizes: 10°
- Printer: Thermal printer
- Height: 17'' (43 cm)
- Width: 10'' (25 cm)
- Depth: 19'' (48 cm)
- Weight: 19 lbs (8.6 kg)
- Electrical requirements: 100-120 V, 50/60 Hz, 230 V, 50/60 Hz
- Standards: Meets UL, CSA, and CE standards
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