Supplier: Carson Optical, Inc.
Description: The PM-33 Pocket Magnifier™ from Carson Optical is a multi-power LED lighted Magnifier. This HandHeld Pocket Magnifier™ has three magnifying powers: 6x, 5x and 2.5x. It features a crystal-clear acrylic lens. It is an ideal low vision aide. The Pocket Magnifier™ is also perfect
- Type / Mounting: Handheld
- Magnification: 2.5 to 6 X
Supplier: L-3 Communications EOTech, Inc.
Description: is achieved through a quick Switch-to Side (STS) mount that offers a simple, quick disconnect feature to remove the magnifier and base. This durable, night vision compatible system offers wide field optical performance with superior light transmission for visibility in extreme low light conditions
- Applications: Other
Supplier: Control Company
Description: Magnifiers provide an in-focus and highly defined view of surface details, illuminating uniformly over the field of observation. High-powered magnification has universal application for precise scientific, plant, and fieldwork. Illuminated magnifiers are supplied with AA replaceable batteries
- Type / Mounting: Handheld
- Magnification: 3 to 10 X
- Illuminated: Yes
- Variable Magnification: Yes
Supplier: Wilkem Scientific
Description: High quality magnifying lenses have chrome plated rims with black plastic handles. Focus diopters are listed below. Boxed. MAGNIFIER, HAND HELD, 3 (75mm) Specifications Lens, dia., in. 3 Focus, diopters 4.50 View Similar or Related Products
- Applications: Vision Aid
Supplier: Safety Glasses USA
Description: contours for a secure, customized, gap-free fit Low profile, wrap-around style provides unobstructed vision, complete coverage and protection from chemical splash Wide, adjustable slide headband with pivoting clips provides an easy-to-adjust fit for complete comfort, even with hard hats Economical
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Prescribing near magnification for low vision patients
Low vision magnifiers —Their optical parameters and methods for prescribing.
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Low vision magnifiers —Their optical param- eters and methods for prescribing.
Low vision magnifiers--their optical parameters and methods for prescribing.
Low vision magnifiers --their optical parameters and methods for prescribing.
Comparison of reading speed in normal observers through different forms of equivalent power low vision devices.
Compensation at near for vision loss can be achieved using a variety of equivalent forms of low vision magnifiers .
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Low vision magnifiers -Their opticalparameters and methods for prescribing.
Acquired Brain Injury
Until his visual skills improve, a referral for a low vision magnifier (4×) was advised so that he will be more comfortable when reading his smaller print books during the early stages of his vision rehabilitation.
Predicting prescribed magnification *
Bailey, I. L., Bullimore, M. A., Greer, R. B. and Mattingly, W. B. (1994) Low vision magnifiers -their optical parameters and methods for prescribing. Optom. Vis.
The Gaussian Design and Uses of Two Component Systems
Two component systems are the basis of many optical systems used throughout optometry and include a whole range of low vision magnifiers , microscope type systems such as the slit lamp microscope and indirect ophthalmoscope of the fundus camera type.
Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction. User and Context Diversity
An Evaluation of the iPod Touch as an Alternative Low - Vision Magnifier for People with Low Vision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COMMUNITY OPHTHALMOLOGY: Need for optical and low vision services for children in schools for the blind in North India
Requirement for low vision devices ( magnifiers ): None of the children examined, were using a LVD at the time of examination.