A Fully Automatic, Non Contact Tonometer combined with a Pachymeter. The TX-20P is a multi-functional ophthalmic instrument that measures IOP and Central Corneal Thickness and then automatically calculates the corrected IOP.
- Fully Automatic, Non Contact Tonometer combined with a Pachymeter
- Advanced intelligent 3D fully automated operation
- Just press the button
- Extremely accurate
- More than just a very accurate Tonometer
- Fast and timesaving
- Space saving
- Excellent ergonomics
- Patient friendly
- Lower and upper IOP warning
- Intelligent powered joystick
Take a more detailed look into Canon TX-20P
Fully Automatic, Non Contact Tonometer combined with a Pachymeter
The TX-20P is a multi-functional ophthalmic instrument that measures IOP and CCT and then automatically calculates the corrected IOP
Advanced intelligent 3D fully automated operation
Simply initiate the examination and multiple IOP and CCT measurements of the right and left eye will be done completely automatically!
Just press the button
No special skills required, just align on the pupil and the advanced intelligent automatic operation will take over. making the instruments very easy to use. The results will always be just as accurate , completely independent of the operator.
The TX-20P will automatically calculate the corrected IOP based on the CCT values. Since the measurements are done extremely fast, any movement of the patient will not influence the measurement accuracy.
More than just a very accurate Tonometer
The CCT values can also be displayed together with the pachymetry image, so it could help to detect corneal abnormalities too
Fast and timesaving
The TX-20P will align and measure extremely fast, even the print out and paper cut off are done automatically, reducing examination time.
No need for two devices, the TX-20P is one compact and sleek instrument.
The tilting 5.7” colour LCD screen makes it possible to operate the TX-20P while standing or sitting.
The soft airpuff and short examination time make the TX-20P very comfortable for the patient.
Lower and upper IOP warning
To assist during screening, threshold values can be changed to your requirements
Intelligent powered joystick
For easy 3D alignment and initiating measurement
Corneal thickness is important because it can mask accurate readings of eye pressure and delay diagnosis of glaucoma. Thicker corneas overestimate IOP values and thinner corneas underestimate. With a growing number of patients having LASIK surgery, CCT compensation is becoming increasingly important in both diagnosis and appropriate treatment plans.