The irx3™ Wavefront Aberrometer

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irx3 Wavefront AberrometerThe irx3™ Wavefront Aberrometer is a high-precision ophthalmic diagnostic device designed for researchers in eye health and vision science.  By combining high-quality, wide dynamic range Shack-Hartmann wavefront technology with patented ocular wavefront analysis software, the irx3’s key functionalities include:

  • Wavefront aberrometer
  • Wavefront accommodation assessment
  • Autorefractometer
  • Autokeratometer
  • Infrared pupillometer
  • Retinal image, visual acuity and contrast sensitivity simulations

To see a list of peer-reviewed publications and conference presentations, click here .

The irx3™ comes complete, mounted on a translation stage, with a joystick for positioning control, foot pedal, chinrest, connection cables, detailed documentation and a medical PC with all necessary software preinstalled.

Key technical specifications and features

Number of true optical measurement points
Refraction range
-16/+20D spherical defocus
±10D astigmatism
Accommodation stimulation range
Refraction repeatability(1)
Wavefront repeatability (artificial eye without sphere and cylinder)
Wavefront analysis area
7.2 x 7.2 mm²
Compatibility with optical corrections
Spectacle lenses
Contact lenses
Intraocular lenses
Aberration maps
Wavefront map - micron units
Axial power map - diopter units
Aberration coefficients
Zernike coefficients
Diopter coefficients
Expert analysis functions
MTF, PSF, Strehl ratio
Simulation functions
Retinal image, VA, CSF
File (export) record
Zernike coefficients – OSA convention – text format
Adjustable parameters
Zernike order up to 14
Natural or circular pupil
Zernike scaling pupil
Refraction analysis pupil
Keratometer radius range
5 to 10 mm
Keratometer radius repeatability(2)
0.02 mm
Pupillometer diameter range
2 to 10 mm
Pupillometer diameter repeatability(2)
0.02 mm

Click to here to download these specifications to your computer in PDF format.  You can equally download our Research Equipment product brochure by clicking here.  If you would like more information or would like to arrange for a demonstration, please contact us by telephone at +33 (0)1 64 86 15 66 or by e-mail by clicking here.

1 In laboratory conditions using an artificial eye.