A Complete Purchasing and User Guide

Technical

Type: TA01i.
The device conforms to CE regulations.

Dimensions:
13 – 32 mm (W) * 45 – 80 mm (H) * 230 mm (L).

Weight:
155 g (without batteries), 250 g (4 x AA batteries).

Power supply: 4 x AA batteries.

Measurement range: 7-50 mmHg,

Display range: 0-99 mmHg
(IOP estimation beyond the measuring range).

Accuracy
(95% tolerance interval relative to manometry): ±1.2 mmHg (≤20 mmHg)

Repeatability (coefficient of variation): <8%.

Accuracy of display: 1.

Display unit: Millimeter mercury (mmHg).

There are no electrical connections from the tonometer to the patient.

The device has B-type electric shock protection.

Storage/transportation environment: Temperature +5 to +40 °C.

Rel. humidity 10 to 80% (without condensation)

How iCare Works?

Based on a proven accurate measuring principle, in which a very light probe is used to make momentary and gentle contact with the cornea. The measurement is barely noticed by the patient and often does not even cause corneal reflex.

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