Your New Go-To PD Meter
We sill believe the best way to measure Pupilary Distance is through a handheld device. Although modern advances has made it possible through your Autorefractor, and a camera (with credit card) nothing is more accurate than a digital PD ruler; afterall we are measuring millimeters of the eye for corrective optics. The new PD-7 is not only modernly accurate, it’s new and convenient features make taking a PD easier than ever.
Features for the modern optical
No more dials. The fully digital PD-7 eliminates the old, stiff scroll dials and offers push buttons instead, allowing the operator to adjust the internal ruler by means of light touches. The LED illumination is brilliantly white, but not too bright to disturb the patient’s gaze all the while two crisp black lines align in the center of both pupils. Instead of a scroll dial for vertex adjustment, the PD-7’s optical vertex can be controlled through a simply one-touch button, and each eye may be occluded for near individual OD/OS PD measurement.
The PD-7 is minimally stunning with understated curves and design creating a minimally stunning optical ornament. The device feels light-in-the hand, and unlike older PD meters, actually fits in one too. The included kick stand allows the device to sit on a flat surface safely, and at an aggressive angle, drawing attention anywhere in its proximity. Best of all, the PD-7 looks and feel like the kind of device any high-end optical would insist on.
Yes, with inactive use the device shuts down.
44mm to 83mm.
Yes. The PD-7 employs 2 AA-Batteries
Yes, incredibly. The device weighs only about 2 pounds.
Yes, for any vertex.