Topcon to unveil 9 new products at Optrafair London
The first ever Optrafair in London is going to be the platform for Topcon to unveil nine new products this year. From brand new non-myd Fundus camera, to a new 3D OCT and a new digital slit lamp, Optrafair delegates simply cannot afford to miss this immense product launch from Topcon.
Amongst the new additions to Topcon’s vast range of industry leading optical products there will be the brand new 4-in-1 instrument (TRK-2P): providing objective refraction; keratometry, non-contact tonometry and pachymetry. The new TRC-NW400 incorporating auto alignment and auto capture options is probably the most user friendly non-mydriatic Fundus camera on the market.
Adding to the ever growing family of OCTs, Topcon will be introducing the 3D OCT-1 Maestro Solo, which has all of the features of the industry leading 3D OCT-1 Maestro, but is aimed at users who do not need a colour Fundus image.
Topcon will also be introducing a new auto-keratometer (KR-800S), which is lightweight, flexible and easy to use autorefractor offering the opportunity to do subjective refinement. Another product being launched is a new digital slit lamp using the latest in LED technology (SL-D701) as well as having a much improved integrated camera option.
As the sole distributor of the Henson Field Analysers, Topcon will also be unveiling a brand new Henson 9000. This new visual field analyser is promising to be the talk of the show with its radical new design featuring new fast algorithms and improved threshold testing, using prior data for greater accuracy.
“This is the largest product launch for the company by far and Topcon is proud to bring this array of products in support of this major optical show, held in London for the very first time” commented Andrew Yorke, Managing Director of Topcon (GB) Ltd.
In addition to the new products, Topcon are committed to running ongoing training programmes, and at Optrafair London they are the sole supporters of the CET poster trail along with a keynote lecture on Sunday 13th April and a series of workshops throughout the show.