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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
COMPUTERIZED LENSMETER
CL-200
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the TOPCON Computerized Lensmeter CL-200.
This instrument has the following features:
• High accuracy measurements with ease of operation
• Easy to use color LCD
This Instruction Manual covers an overview of the TOPCON Computerized Lensmeter CL200, basic operations, troubleshooting, maintenance and cleaning.
To ensure the efficient, safe use, read through “Safety Indications” and “Safety Precautions” and use the instrument correctly.
Keep this Instruction Manual within reach for future reference.
This symbol is applicable for EU member countries only.
To avoid potential negative consequences for the environment and possibly human
health, this instrument should be disposed of (i) for EU member countries - in
accordance with WEEE (Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment),
or (ii) for all other countries, in accordance with local disposal and recycling laws.
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WORKING ENVIRONMENT
Indoor use Altitude up to 2,000m
Pollution degree II Temperature range: 5-40°C
Maximum relative humidity 80% for temperatures up to 31°C decreasing linearly to 50% relative humidity at 40°C
STORAGE METHOD (without package)
1. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Indoor use Altitude up to 2,000m
Pollution degree II Temperature range: 5~40°C
Maximum relative humidity 80% for temperatures up to 31°C decreasing linearly 50% relative
humidity at 40°C
2. IF THE INSTRUMENT IS PLACED IN STORAGE, KEEP IT
(1) Free from water splashes
(2) Free from adverse effects due to atmospheric pressure, temperature, moisture, ventilation, sunlight, dust, salt, content, sulfur, etc.
(3) Stable and free from vibration shock (including transportation) and insure that it is always
stored in an upright position.
(4) Free from chemicals and gases.
TRANSPORT AND STORAGE CONDITIONS (with package)
Temperature: -20°C-50°C
Humidity:
10-95%
MAINTENANCE AND CHECKS
1. Regularly maintain and check all equipment and parts.
2. When the instrument is not in use, protect the instrument by covering it with the dust cover.
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DISPLAYS FOR SAFE USE
In order to encourage the safe use of this product, warnings labels are placed on the product and
written in the instruction manual.
We suggest that everyone understands the meaning of the following displays and icons before
reading the “Safety Cautions” and text.
DISPLAY
MEANING
WARNING
Improper handling or ignoring this display may lead to
the possibility of death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Improper handling or ignoring this display may cause
personal injury or physical damage.
• Injury refers to cuts, bruises, burns, electric shock, etc.
• Physical damage refers to extensive damage that may involve the building, peripheral
equipment and furniture.
ICONS
MEANING
This icon indicates an action to be avoided.
Specific contents are shown with words or an illustration
close to the
icon.
This icon indicates a Mandatory Action.
Specific contents are shown with words or an illustration
close to the
icon.
This icon indicates a Hazard Alerting (Warning).
Specific contents are shown with text or an illustration
close to the
icon.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
Icons
Prevention item
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To avoid fire/electric shocks, connect the power plug to a 3P AC
outlet (with ground) and secure grounding.
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To prevent electrical shock, turn off the power switch and disconnect power cable before replacing fuses.
Replace fuses with the same rating and type.
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To avoid electric shocks, do not attempt disassembling, rebuilding
or repairing. For repairs, call your dealer.
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To avoid fire/electric shocks, do not install the instrument in a place
where it may get wet.
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If there is a malfunction or if the instrument produces smoke, immediately turn OFF the POWER switch and unplug the power cable.
To a avoid a possible fire due to malfunction, call your dealer and
ask for repairs.
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CAUTION
Icons
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Prevention item
Page
To avoid injury by falling, do not install the instrument on a slope or
in an unstable place.
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To avoid electric shocks, do not handle the power plug with wet
hands.
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This instrument has been tested (with 100-240V) and found to comply with IEC60601-1-2: 2001.
This instrument radiates radio frequency energy within standard
and may affect other devices in vicinity.
If you have found out by turning on/off the instrument that it affects
other devices, it is recommended to change the direction, keep a
proper distance against other devices or change the outlet.
If you have a question, consult with the selling agent.
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USAGE AND MAINTENANCE
Usage:
This lensmeter is an electric instrument and it must be used in accordance with its
Instruction Manual.
USER MAINTENANCE
To maintain the safety and performance of the equipment, never attempt to repair or perform
maintenance. These tasks should be performed by an authorized service representative.
Maintenance tasks that can be performed by the user are as follows; for details, follow the
manual’s instructions.
OPERATING THE FUSE:
The fuse is replaceable.
For details, see page 33 of this manual.
CLEANING COVER GLASSES
For details, see page 34 of this manual.
ESCAPE CLAUSE
• TOPCON shall not take any responsibility for damages due to fire, groundquake, actions by
third person, or the negligence and misuse by the user and used under unusual conditions.
• TOPCON shall not take any responsibility for damage derived from the inability to use this
equipment, such as a loss of business profit and suspension of business.
• TOPCON shall not take any responsibility for damage caused by operations other than
those described in this Instruction Manual.
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WARNING INDICATIONS AND POSITIONS
To insure safety, warning labels are provided.
Use the equipment correctly by following the warning instructions. If any of the following labels
are missing, please contact us at the address stated on the back cover.
WARNING
• To prevent electrical shock, turn off
the power switch and disconnect
power cable before replacing fuses.
Replace fuses with the same rating
and type.
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CONTENT
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................1
DISPLAYS FOR SAFE USE .......................................................................................3
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ...........................................................................................4
USAGE AND MAINTENANCE....................................................................................5
USER MAINTENANCE...............................................................................................5
ESCAPE CLAUSE ......................................................................................................5
WARNING INDICATIONS AND POSITIONS .............................................................6
COMPONENTS
COMPONENT NAMES...............................................................................................8
ACCESSORIES ..........................................................................................................9
MONITOR
MONITOR SCREEN .................................................................................................10
MENU SCREEN .......................................................................................................12
MENU LIST...............................................................................................................13
PREPARATION
INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................15
SETTING THE PAPER .............................................................................................15
USING THE INSTRUMENT
MEASURING ............................................................................................................17
AXIS MARKING
(CARTRIDGE SPECIFICATION/STEEL NEEDLE SPECIFICATION) .....................26
PRINTING ADDITIONAL TEXTBOX (WITH PRINTER SPECIFICATION) ..............28
SETTING A SEQUENCE NO. ..................................................................................29
ABBE COMPENSATION FUNCTION.......................................................................30
LENS PROTECTION PAD .......................................................................................30
COMPARTMENT SPACE.........................................................................................30
MEASURING PD (PD FITTING)(WITH PD SPECIFICATION).................................31
MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................33
BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE
CAUTION MESSAGES ............................................................................................35
CHECK ITEMS .........................................................................................................35
SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................36
WITH PRINTER SPECIFICATION ...........................................................................36
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY..................................................................37
SYSTEM CLASSIFICATION ....................................................................................41
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES.....................................................................................41
SHAPE OF PLUG .....................................................................................................42
SYMBOL ...................................................................................................................42
USING THE INSTRUMENT AS A SYSTEM
ON - LINE SYSTEM .................................................................................................43
USB ..........................................................................................................................43
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COMPONENTS
COMPONENT NAMES
LCD
BRIGHT control dial
Axis marker lever
Lens retainer
Lens table
Lens support
RS-232C
IN
MEMORY button
OUT
Power switch
USB
(6)
(1) Mode buttons
MENU
Pressed to change the mode, and when pressed;
PROG
TM
EXIT
Returns to the initial state.
Pressed on to connect the spectral transmittance meter
(optional).
if a progressive lens is known, this begins the distance vision
measurement.
brings the Menu screen.
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
TRANS button
R/L button
CLEAR button
PRINT button
(6) MEMORY button
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COMPONENTS
Used to change (+) to (–) and vice versa in displayed cylinder value.
Used to designate R for right lens or L for left lens.
Used to delete all data in memory.
Press to output data trough RS-232C.
Press to obtain a print out readings.
Used to store the measurement data.
Press for 3 sec and longer to turn off the back light.
ACCESSORIES
The following are standard accessories. Make sure that all these items are included (quantity).
Power cable (1)
Lens protection pad (1)
Fuse (2)
Silicon cloth (1)
Contact lens support (1)
Dust cover (1)
Printer paper (2)
(with printer specification)
Instruction manual (1)
COMP
UTERIZE
D LENS
METER
Printer paper shaft (1)
(with printer specification)
Supply ink (1)
(Steel needle specification)
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COMPONENTS
MONITOR
MONITOR SCREEN
Optical center's off.
[OFF CENTER] is displayed
when the optical center is off
by 4D or more.
Blue: , measurement value,
S/R/L
[ALIGNMENT OK] appears
when the lens is ready for
measurement.
Green: , measurement
value, S/R/L
Place + in center [MARKING
OK] appears, and the lateral
line will extend, getting the
instrument ready for marking.
Orange: , measurement
value, S/R/L
HARD.C (HARD CONTACT)
SOFT.C (SOFT CONTACT)
PAD
(LENS PROTECTION PAD)
Left-eye lens
Transpose
Axial angle (every 5°)
OFF CENTER
ERROR
ALIGNMENT OK
MARKING OK
Right-eye lens
(Inversion indicates
a storage status.)
AUTO PRT :AUTO PRINT
waiting status
AUTO
:AUTO
MEMORY ON
status
AUTO R/L :AUTO R/L ON
status
Step
• When saved, S/R/L is inverted.
• When the measurement value turns white, the measurement is finished.
• When the measurement value is yellow, the measurement of a multi-focal lens is being performed.
The target indicates optical center position.
And it varies depending on the symbol used in the spherical equivalent power.
Be noted that the target motion is different from that of Topcon telescopic lensmeters.
For axis marking procedures, refer the instruction in Page 27.
Don't use target's position but the prism value.
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MONITOR
ENLARGEMENT:
When MENU/DISPLAY/HORIZONTAL LARGE is selected, the SCA display is horizontally
enlarged to make it easier to see.
When MENU/DISPLAY/VERTICAL LARGE is selected, the SCA display is vertically
enlarged to make it easier to see. The graphic moves to the opposite side.
SCREEN PRINT DISPLAY: (WHEN ENLARAGED )
For framed lenses, of which both R and L are memorized, pressing the PRINT button enlarges
the SCA of both eyes. To return to the original state, press the EXIT button.
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MONITOR
MENU SCREEN
To display the "MENU" screen, press the
"MODE" button then the "MENU" button.
Icons will appear at the bottom of the screen.
Refer to the buttons at the bottom of the screen
to scroll through the Menu.
Selects a menu.
Selects the contents of each menu.
Changes the setting, and return to
the measurement screen.
Selected the present menu
Possible to scroll
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MONITOR
MENU LIST
EXIT
LENS
DISPLAY
PROGRESSIVE
FAR MEMORY
NEAR MEMORY
AUTO R/L
AUTO MEMORY
Returns to the initial screen without changing settings.
NORMAL
Measures a normal lens.
NORMAL (PAD)
Measures a normal lens wearing the lens protection pad.
SOFT CONTACT
Measures a soft contact lens.
HARD CONTACT
Measures a hard contact lens.
HORIZONTAL LARGE
Horizontally enlarges the SCA display.
VERTICAL LARGE
Vertically enlarges the SCA display.
NORMAL
Normal display
OFF
Auto progressive recognition mode OFF.
AUTO
Auto progressive recognition mode ON.
PROGRESSIVE ONLY
Always begins with the Progressive zone center search
mode of the progressive lens.
REVERSE
Measures the diopter power with the concave side up.
ON
Auto memory of distance vision measurement.
OFF
Manual memory of distance vision measurement.
ON
Auto memory of near vision measurement
OFF
Manual memory of near vision measurement
R/L
Measurement of framed lens: Auto R/L switching
S/R/L
Measurement of single lens/framed lens: Auto R/L switching
OFF
S/R/L switching
ON
Auto memory is ON when the lens optical axis is aligned.
S : OFF R/L : ON
Auto memory OFF at measurement of single lens. It is ON at
measurement of framed lens.
Auto memory OFF.
OFF
BEEP
STEP
A:STEP
ON
Buzzer sounds when a measured value is stored or a button
is pushed.
OFF
Buzzer OFF
0.25
0.25-step measurement.
0.12
0.12-step measurement.
0.01 SERVICE
0.01-step measurement.
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Rounds axial angle settings to 5°
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PRISM
NO DISPLAY
No prism display.
X-Y
Rectangular coordinate display
P-B
Polar coordinate display
(mm)
mm display at PD/OFF
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MONITOR
CYLINDER
AUTO OFF
RS-232C
TM DATA IN
MIX
Mixed display
+
Plus-fixed display
-
Minus-fixed display
YES
Power save ON
NO
Power save OFF
NEW FORMAT
External output (NEW FORMAT)
OLD FORMAT
External output (OLD FORMAT)
STD1
External output (STD FORMAT)
OFF
Pressed on to connect the spectral transmittance meter
(optional).
ON(TM→CL→PC)
SEQ.NO.
SET
Serial No. print mode
ABBE
NORMAL
50-60 Abbe
At several destination :
d-line setting *1
MID
40-50 Abbe
LOW
30-40 Abbe
with printer Type (add to the above)
PRINTER
AUTO PRINT
ON
Printer output ON
OFF
Printer output OFF
ON
Auto memory output (S: When the lens is removed)
R/L: When both lenses are the same class
(1st/2nd near vision of distance vision)
NAME
OFF
Manual memory output
SET
Shop name print mode
PD Type (added to the above)
PD
ON
PD value display
OFF
No PD value display
*1: In case of the instrument with printer type, it is displayed in next of the NAME.
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MONITOR
PREPARATION
INSTALLATION
1
2
3
4
WARNING
To avoid fire/electric shocks, connect the power plug to a 3P
AC outlet (with ground) and secure grounding.
CAUTION
To avoid injury by falling, do not install the instrument on a
slope or in an unstable place.
Remove the tape from the lens support.
Remove the tape from the marking ink cartridge.
Connect the power cable to the body.
Plug the power cable into an outlet.
SETTING THE PAPER
1
2
Press the button and open the cover.
Insert the printer paper shaft and set the printer paper roll.
Make sure that the roll is in the right direction.
3
Align the printer paper with the line.
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PREPARATION
4
Close the cover.
Cover
Button
Align paper
with this line.
Shaft
• Printer feed function : Press print button while pressing clear button.
• Do not install the instrument in a place which is exposed to direct sunlight, high
temperature, humidity or dust.
• Do not install the instrument at a place exposed to intense light or on a glossy
table.
• The instrument may not operate properly or "ERROR" may be displayed.
• Working enviroment
Indoor use Altitude up to 2,000m
Pollution degree II Temperature range: 5-40°C
Maximum relative humidity 80% for temperatures up to 31°C decreasing linearly
to 50% relative humidity at 40°C
• Use a power of AC100-240V/±10% (50/60Hz)
• Use transient overvoltages typically present on the power.
• Do not install the equipment so that it is difficult to operate Power switch.
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MEASURING
CHECKING BEFORE MEASURING
1
2
Check to see that there is no lens on the lens support.
Turn on the power switch, and display will appear on the screen in a few seconds.
INITIAL ERROR will appear when there is a lens left on
the lens support or dust left on the cover glass; a message is displayed to remove the lens or dust. And turn on
power again.
MEASURING A SINGLE LENS
1
2
3
Place the lens with the concave surface facing down.
4
The ALIGNMENT OK mark is displayed when the target image center is reached. In the
Lift and place down the lens retainer to secure the lens with an accompanying hand.
ALIGNMENT OK will be displayed when the target image center is within the minimum circle (0.5∆ or smaller).
case of AUTO , "single lens" is memorized automatically. When BEEP function is ON,
the buzzer will sound.
(Note) The target may move in a contrary manner immediately after the lens is placed.
1
Changing measuring steps
Select on the menu screen [0.12] or [0.25].
2
When prism display is needed
Set as follows in the Menu screen:
[NO DISPLAY] .........No display
[X-Y] ........................Orthogonal coordinates display
[P-B] ........................Polar coordinates display
[mm] ........................Display by mm : It may not displayed for PD type.
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3
When transposing is required
Press TRANS button, and the astigmatism symbols will
change.
Press the button again, and the original data will reappear.
4
When storing
Press the MEMORY button .
will turn to
When R/L designation is required
Press the R/L button.
In the screen,
S: -1.00
C: -0.50
A: 180
.
appears in this order.
For example,
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S: -1.50
C: +0.50
A: 90
is displayed.
When printing (with printer specification)
Press PRINT button. When connecting with computer, data is transmitted.
MEASURING A FRAMED LENS
1
2
Pull the lens table to your side.
Gently, place the glass frame against the lens table for
measurement.
Alignment
Place the frame against the lens table
gently, and move the frame vertically
and horizontally finely.
• When AUTO R/L OFF ( AUTO R/L is not displayed):
Press the
button.
Holding the lens table back
First align the right lens and press the Memory button .
side, place the glass frame
Press the
button.
simultaneously.
Align the left lens and press the Memory button .
• When AUTO R/L / R/L & AUTO MEMORY/ON is set ( AUTO
R/L is displayed):
*Measurement of framed lens.
First, align the right lens to display “MARKING OK”. Then the result is automatically memorized, when the right lens is hold.
Removing the right lens will automatically move to the L measurement.
Align the left lens, then the result is automatically memorized, when the left lens is hold.
• When AUTO R/L S/R/L & AUTO MEMORY S:OFF R/L:ON is set:
*Measurement of single lens/framed lens
Press the
button. ( AUTO
R/L is displayed)
At first, align the right lens to display "MARKING OK". Then the result is automatically memorized, when the right lens is hold.
Removing the right lens will automatically move to the L measurement.
Align & hold the left lens. The result is automatically memorized.
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MEASURING A PROGRESSIVE LENS
• Measuring a progressive lens MENU/PROGRESSIVE/AUTO
Measures a single focal lens or a progressive lens, which otherwise is difficult.
Under this mode, a graphic operation procedure is displayed at the bottom left.
1
Select MENU/PROGRESSIVE/AUTO with MENU button, and
a single focal lens will be told from a progressive focal lens,
which is not easy from appearance.
2
Under this mode, the graphic operation procedure appears at
the lower left on the screen.
3
Measure the lower frame center (position 1 ); do not move the
frame during measurement.
4
Measure the frame center (position 2 ); do not move the frame
during measurement. If the difference is over 0.50D or more, the
screen changes.
The figure blinks and
the size changes.
The figure blinks and
the size changes.
Entering the progressive measurement mode (when not using the automatic progressive recognition mode)
• Pressing the MODE button and then the PROG button.
Or, when MENU/PROGRESSIVE/PROGRESSIVE ONLY is set, always the progressive
lens mode begins.
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MEASURING A PROGRESSIVE LENS FOR DISTANCE VISION
(EXCLUDING HORIZONTAL PRISIM PRESCRIPTION LENSES)
1
NEAR MEMORY/OFF
During distance vision measurement, a graphic display, as shown below, is shown on the
screen.
Move the lens slowly from the progressive zone at the lens center to lens
top, and bring the “+” into the circle .
2
When the distance vision measurement is obtained and saved, the
screen automatically changes to the near vision measurement display.
(The distance vision region can be easily detected, as you repeat moving
and stopping the lens little by little at measuring.)
By pressing the Memory button , you may manually store the result of distance
vision power measurement. The screen will then switch to the near vision measurement.
When MENU/FAR MEMORY/OFF is selected as the default setting, the result
of the distance vision measurement is not automatically stored. With this setting,
you must press the Memory button to save the distance vision.
10mm approx.
For high-power lenses, sometimes the distance vision region cannot be easily
detected. In this case, obtain the measurement in the approximate position that is
shown on the above, and then press Memory button .
For horizontal prism prescription lenses, press the MEMORY button
tance refference point.
eye point
10mm approx.
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at the dis-
MEASURING A PROGRESSIVE LENS FOR NEAR VISION NEAR MEMORY/OFF
1
While watching the screen, draw out the lens table forward: the bar-meter extends and the
“+” appears. To bring this “+” to the bar-meter center, swing the lens right-left and extend
the bar-meter.
Indicates the maximum value that was measured
ADD value
2
The condition illustrated below indicates that a position outside of the progressive zone is
being measured. Move the lens in the direction of the arrow to bring the "+" into the center
of the progressive zone.
3
The “+” becomes larger as it comes closer to the near vision
positon.
4
By pressing the MEMORY button , the ADD power is saved,
the progressive lens measurement is completed.
Indicates the maximum
value that was measured
When measuring a lens mounted in a large frame, the
ADD power may be higher because some lenses
increase the ADD power at a position below the near
vision region. Accordingly, if the lens is measured at a
point lower than the near vision eye point, the ADD
power reading may be higher. If you want to know the
accurate prescription, it is advisable to check the measurement position at the hidden mark.
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ASPHERICAL RANGE PROGRESSIVE RECOGNITION MODE
1
If a progressive lens is position so that the lens is outside of
the progressive zone, the CLEAR icon button will change to
a blinking
icon. By pressing the
button, the screen
will automatically switch to the distance vision measurement
screen. Then proceed with the measurement as outlined
above.
Aspherical range
This appears when measuring the aspherical range of the
progressive lens.
MEASURING BI-FOCAL AND TRI-FOCAL LENSES
1
Align the distance vision in the center of the target image
and press the MEMORY button
.
2
Move the lens into the near vision region (bi-focal segment).
3
Press the MEMORY button
and the bi-focal icon may
appear on the bottom left side of the screen.
4
Measure the bi-focal power and press the MEMORY button
again.
To measure the 2nd near vision of tri-focal lenses, storing the 1st mid vision power automatically changes the "MODE" button to the "ADD2" button. Pressing the "ADD2" button
starts the near vision measurement. Pressing the Memory button will store the 2nd near
vision.
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MEASURING AN UNPROCESSED PROGRESSIVE LENS
As each unprocessed lens has a mark on the measuring point. Do measurement on the
mark position. For measurement, follow the procedure of “Measuring a progressive lens”,
“measuring a progressive lens for distance vision” and “Measuring a progressive lens for
near vision”.
distance vision region marked
Near vision region marked
The measuring point for the distance or near vision region may be narrowed by
marks. Take care that the luminous flux may not be shaded during measurement.
ADD values will flicker when the luminous flux is shaded by marks or off the progressive zone at the time of measuring the near vision region. An EX lens may not
be provided with accurate measurements when measured in the boundary.
MODE TO MEASURE THE DIOPTER POWER OF LENSES WITH THE CONCAVE SIDE UP
1
2
Set MENU/PROGRESSIVE/REVERSE .
3
Set the lens with the concave side up, align the
distance vision region, and press the MEMORY
button .
4
Leaving the lens with the concave side up, align
the near vision region and press the MEMORY
button .
Lens position
Screen
Set the lens with the concave side down as
usual, align the distance vision region, and
press the MEMORY button .
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MEASURING A CONTACT LENS
• Measuring a hard contact lens
1
Replace the lens support with the contact lens support.
2
Select MENU/LENS/HARD CONTACT from the menu, and HARD.C will be displayed
on the screen.
3
Put the contact lens on contact lens support with special tweezer.
Tweezer
Tweezer
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• Measuring a soft contact lens without astigmatism
A soft contact lens cannot be accurately measured because of its structure.
Although you can measure a soft contact lens power in following way, consider the
results an average and not the exact value.
1
2
Use the contact lens support for measuring as measuring a hard contact lens.
3
Pinch the soft contact lens with special tweezers to remove moisture from the lens. Put
Select
MENU/LENS/SOFT CONTACT and SOFT.C will be displayed on the screen.
the lens between paper and move three times to remove moisture from the surface.
If there is moisture on the soft contact lens surface, it is not possible to measure
because the luminous flux malfunctions.
4
If there is moisture dews on the surface when the contact lens is held to the light, put the
lens in the special solution again, and repeat the above. Moreover, take care about turning
inside out. When in the normal position, the lens looks like a bowl. However, when the
lens turns inside out, the rim looks warped. If the lens is ready for measurement, place it
on the contact lens holder and observe the shape (with tweezers) for alignment. After 30
seconds or more, the lens power changes since the internal moisture evaporates, therefore, measure it as quickly as possible.
Use the hard contact mode when measuring a toric soft contact lens.
A:STEP MODE
Select MENU/A:STEP/5 and press MODE button:
Press A:5 .
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The axial angle is rounded to 5°. The unit's place blinks.
It is convenient for inputting the result by doing measurement with the trial lens left in the
temporary frame.
To reset, press A:1 below:
The 5° rounding is reset.
AXIS MARKING
(CARTRIDGE SPECIFICATION/STEEL NEEDLE SPECIFICATION)
Using the cartridge, one light touch to the lens can put a clear ink mark.
MARKING A LENS WITHOUT ASTIGMATISM
1
Move the lens until the centering mark coincides with the target image completely, and
MARKING OK will appear.
Centering mark
Line extends laterally to the target.
2
Depress the marking lever to mark the lens.
MARKING A LENS WITH ASTIGMATISM
1
Axis marking, maintaining the axis as prescribed
Align the target image with the center mark, approximating the axis angle mark to the
angle as prescribed.
Do it with AUTO MEMORY OFF to prevent memorizing before axis alignment is
finished.
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Check here
Axis angle mark (every 5°)
2
Marking a cylindrical axis
Match the center mark with the target image, approximating the axis angle mark to 180
degrees.
Adjust A of the axis angle to 180 degrees.
Adjust to 180°.
Axis angle mark (every 5°)
MARKING A LENS WITH PRISM POWER
• When the prescription is displayed with X-Y
(orthogonal coordinates):
Select MENU/PRISM/X-Y .
Carry out aligning according to the prism value as
prescribed and as displayed on the screen.
in prism value: Base In
in prism value: Base Out
in prism value: Base Up
in prism value: Base Down
• When the prescription is displayed with P-B (polar
coordinates)
Select MENU/PRISM/P-B .
Carry out aligning according to the prism value as
prescribed and as displayed on the screen.
P: Prism value
B: Base orientation
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USING THE INSTRUMENT
Take care that the polar coordinates are not the same as the value on the angular
scale in the target image.
• When the unit is mm.
Select MENU/PRISM/mm .
The
marks show the optical center
reaches the center of measurement by moving
the lens in the arrow directions by the distance
as displayed.
3.0mm
2.0mm
0 will be displayed if the spherical power S is around 0.
PRINTING ADDITIONAL TEXTBOX (WITH PRINTER SPECIFICATION)
On the print out with the measuring data, the user can input his own text, like office name,
address or special message. The available space is three line of 20 characters each.
Select MENU/NAME/SET and press the button below the icon
marking of text will appear (as shown at below).
, and the world of
Section A
Section B
(Characters to
be written)
1
1
2
3
4
5
2
3
4
5
: Moves to the left the cursor in Section A.
: Moves to the right the cursor in Section A.
: Moves to the left where to write in Section B.
: Moves to the right where to write in Section B.
: Writes the character in Section B.
Upon completing Section B, move the cursor to END of Section A and press
, and writing may be possible, returning the measurement screen. Once the characters are written,
they will remain even after the instrument power is turned off.
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USING THE INSTRUMENT
Printout
Printing
the
additional
textbox
SETTING A SEQUENCE NO.
Setting is carried out when writing a sequence No. on printing paper and transferring the
serial No., using RS-232C.
Select MENU/SEQ.NO./SET and press
, and the screen as shown below will
appear.
and
are used to change the cursor figure.
and
are used to change the cursor position.
Bring the cursor to END and press
to finish setting.
No printing or counting is carried out in case of 0000. Press MEMORY button , PRINT
and CLEAR buttons in this order. and counting will be carried out. (except for
lens).
single
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USING THE INSTRUMENT
ABBE COMPENSATION FUNCTION
WHEN THE ABBE NUMBER OF LENS IS KNOWN:(AT SEVERAL DESTINATION : d-LINE SETTING)
In the menu screen ABBE, select any of the following according to the Abbe number of
target lens:
Normal (50-60)
MID
(40-50)
LOW (30-40)
LENS PROTECTION PAD
The attached lens protection pad allows a soft contact with the measuring lens.
1
2
Fit the lens protection pad according to the instructions.
Select MENU/LENS/NORMAL(PAD) , and the measurement result will be automatically
compensated.
COMPARTMENT SPACE
A space for keeping the contact lens holder, printer paper, etc. is secured in the back.
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USING THE INSTRUMENT
MEASURING PD (PD FITTING)(WITH PD SPECIFICATION)
1
2
Select MENU/PD/ON .
Put the spectacle frame onto the nose rest.
Nose rest
Lens support
3
Align the lens until marking is OK. OK if the spectacle frame is horizontal along the lens
table line. If the spectacle frame has a camber, align it horizontally.
Errors will appear when the spectacle frame is not horizontally aligned.
RPD
4
Press the lens retainer since the lens is in contact with the lens support sideways.
Let your hand go with the spectacle frame to prevent PD value shifting.
5
Press Memory button.
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USING THE INSTRUMENT
6
Follow the similar steps to measure the lens on the opposite side.
Totaled PD will be displayed.
7
Bring the nose rest to the extreme right and fold it. It will stick to the lens table by means of
a magnet.
Range 25 — 45mm on one side (minimum 0.5mm)
If the measured PD value differs from that of marking PD.
8
Difference may occur by the measurement technique and with low-power lenses having a
large camber angle.
No camber angle
Marking PD
A camber angle
0∆ flux
Marking
Principal point
Since the optical center of the glasses mounted for
the infinite far is searched, the measured PD value
of CL-200 is called the PD/fitting value.
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USING THE INSTRUMENT
PD fitting
(by PD mechanism)
When the pupil is on the marking
position in the case of a concave
lens, a prism is added outside.
MAINTENANCE
AUTO SHUT-OFF
1
2
3
The monitor screen will shut off automatically if not in use for about 10 minutes.
Press any button to resume.
Select MENU/AUTO OFF/NO if it is not desirable.
Press the button for 3 sec and longer, and the monitor screen goes OFF.
FUSE
WARNING
1
2
3
4
To prevent electrical shock, turn off the power switch and disconnect power cable before replacing fuses.
Replace fuses with the same rating and type.
The fuse holder is provided at the bottom of the instrument.
Disconnect the power cable.
The cap of fuse holder comes off when screwdriver truns the cap.
A glass tube fuse is provided in the holder.
Fuse T 4A 250V: 100-240V
REPLACING THE MARKING INK CARTRIDGE
(THE SAME APPLIES TO STEEL NEEDLE SPECIFICATION)
1
To replace the marking ink cartridge, remove the top screw. Pull out the cartridge while
applying pressure to it so as the spring not jump out from the inside.
Work the lens holder/stopper under the lowered condition.
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MAINTENANCE
2
To set the cartridge, insert the spring and keep the cartridge top well above the marking
ink holder, and then fasten the screw.
Screw
Marking ink holder
Spring
Steel needle
(optional accessory)
Marking ink cartridge
SUPPLY OF INK FOR THE OPTIONAL STEEL NEEDLE
1
2
3
4
Replenish ink when poor marking happens.
Slide laterally and pull out the inkpot.
Slide off cover from the inkpot.
Infiltrate supply ink into the sponge well.
CLEANING COVER GLASSES
If the glass is dirty as indicated by arrows, it will affect measurement accuracy adversely. If this occurs, clean them with the
attached silicon cloth.
Remove the lens support before cleaning the cover glass.
If the mark illustrated right appears at the lower part on the
screen, it means that the cover glass is dirty.
Carry out the following operation;
1
2
Wipe off the cover glass for cleaning.
Press CLEAR and TRANS buttons simultaneously and the
instrument will restart. If the measurement screen appears,
continue the operation.
CLEANING THE INSTRUMENT
1
Wipe cover with silicone or damp cloth at regular interval. Never use cleanser or other
chemicals.
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MAINTENANCE
BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE
CAUTION MESSAGES
CLEAN THE COVER GLASS
Carry out cleaning of the cover glass.
Refer to the instruction at page 34.
DIOPTER OVER
PRISM OVER'
ERROR
Check to see that the lens is in the measurable scope.
Check to see that the lens is free from any flaw, dust or oil.
Clean both glasses and turn power on again.
Check the lens value is not beyond the unit's measuring
range.
INITIAL ERROR
Request repair service.
Remove the lens from the lens support, and turn on power
again.
PAPER END
(with printer specification)
Printer paper is out. Load new paper.
CLOSE PRINTER COVER
(with printer specification)
Close printer cover. Refer to the instruction at page 16.
CHECK ITEMS
The instrument does not get ready for
operation even if the power switch is
turned on.
Re-plug the power cord.
Give a check to the fuse.
The monitor screen can not be clearly
seen.
Adjust the BRIGHT control dial.
S, C values are wrong.
Is the lens place with power on?
Remove the lens and turn on power again.
Is the measuring beam blocked by, dust, marks,
grease, etc. in the measured lens?
Marking is poor.
Replace the marking ink cartridge. For a lens with
sharp surface curve, use the optional steel needle
marking set.
The screen went out all of a sudden.
The auto shut-off function is on.
Press the MEMORY button , and the instrument will
resume.
Pushed the Print button but the printer
does not work. (with-printer type)
Is printer paper set properly?
Not inside out?
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BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE
SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
Measurable scope
Cylinder mode
Prism mode
Contact lens
Progressive focal lens
Compensating
Display screen
Frame
Menu screen
Lens diameter
Power supply
Dimensions, weight
S: 0~+-25D, C: 0~+-10D, ADD: 0~+10D (0.01/0.12/0.25)
P: 0~10∆ (0.01/0.12/0.25), A: 1~180° (1°)
MIX/-/+
No display / X-Y (Rectangular coordinates) /
P-B (polar coordinates) / mm
Contact lenses are measurable.
Single focal/progressive lens recognition, distance vision detection,
ADD power bar-meter display
e-line: Setting is no necessary
d-line: Compensation of a lens different in Abbe number.
Color LCD 320X240 dots S, C, A, P, ADD, ADD R/L display
Enlarged SCA display.
Auto R/L function
Easy-to-watch screen with icon display
ø5-100mm
100-240V 50VA (Auto shut-off in 10 minutes)
200 (W)X220 (D)X410 (H) 4kg approx.
* Subject to changes in design and/or specifications, without advanced notice.
WITH PRINTER SPECIFICATION
Printer :
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SPECIFICATIONS
Thermal printer, paper width 58mm
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
This product conforms to the EMC Standard (IEC 60601-1-2:2001).
a) MEDICAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT needs special precautions regarding EMC and needs to
be installed and put into service according to the EMC information provided in the ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS.
b) Portable and mobile RF communications equipment can affect MEDICAL ELECTRICAL
EQUIPMENT.
c) The use of ACCESSORIES, transducers and cables other than those specified, with the
exception of transducers and cables sold by the manufacturer of the EQUIPMENT or SYSTEM
as replacement parts for internal components, may result in increased EMISSIONS or
decreased IMMUNITY of the EQUIPMENT or SYSTEM.
d) The EQUIPMENT or SYSTEM should not be used adjacent to or stacked with other equipment.
IF adjacent or stacked use is necessary, the EQUIPMENT or SYSTEM should be observed to
verify normal operation in the configuration in which it will be used.
e) The use of the ACCESSORY, transducer or cable with EQUIPMENT and SYSTEMS other than
those specified may result in increased EMISSION or decreased IMMUNITY of the EQUIPMENT or SYSTEM.
Item
RS-232C on-line cable
Article code
Model No.
Length(m)
418120002
-
4.8
-
-
1.7
USB CABLE (USB 2.0 Shielded)
Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - electromagnetic emissions
The CL-200 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below.
The customer or the user of the CL-200 should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Emissions test
Compliance
Electromagnetic environment - guidance
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Group 1
The CL-200 uses RF energy only for its internal
function. Therefore, its RF emissions are very low
and are not likely to cause any interference in
nearby electronic equipment.
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Class A
Harmonic emissions
IEC61000-3-2
Class A
Voltage fluctuations/
flicker emissions
IEC61000-3-3
Complies
The CL-200 is suitable for use in all establishments other than domestic and those directly connected to the public low-voltage power supply
network that supplies buildings used for domestic
purposes.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - electromagnetic immunity
The CL-200 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below.
The customer or the user of the CL-200 should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity test
IEC 60601
Compliance
Electromagnetic environment test level
level
guidance
Electrostatic
±6 kV contact
±6 kV contact
Floors should be wood, concrete
discharge (ESD)
or ceramic tile. If floors are covIEC 61000-4-2
±8 kV air
±8 kV air
ered with synthetic material, the
relative humidity should be at
least 30%.
Electrical fast
±2 kV for power
±2 kV for power
Mains power quality should be
transient/burst
supply lines
supply lines
that of a typical commercial or
IEC 61000-4-4
hospital environment.
±1 kV for
±1 kV for
input/output lines input/output lines
Surge
±1 kV
±1 kV
Mains power quality should be
IEC 61000-4-5
differential mode differential mode that of a typical commercial or
hospital environment.
±2 kV
±2 kV
common mode
common mode
<5% Ut
Mains power quality should be
Voltage dips, short <5% Ut
that of a typical commercial or
interruptions and
(>95% dip in Ut)
(>95% dip in Ut)
hospital environment. If the user
Voltage variations
for 0.5 cycle
for 0.5 cycle
or the CL-200 requires continued
on power supply
40% Ut
40% Ut
operation during power mains
input lines
(60% dip in Ut)
(60% dip in Ut)
interruptions, it is recommended
IEC 61000-4-11
for 5 cycles
for 5 cycles
that the CL-200 be powered from
70% Ut
70% Ut
an uninterruptible power supply
(30% dip in Ut)
(30% dip in Ut)
or battery.
for 25 cycles
for 25 cycles
<5% Ut
<5% Ut
(>95% dip in Ut)
(>95% dip in Ut)
for 5 sec.
for 5 sec.
3 A/m
3 A/m
Power frequency magnetic fields
Power frequency
should be at levels characteristic
(50/60 Hz)
of a typical location in a typical
magnetic field
commercial or hospital environIEC 61000-4-8
ment.
NOTE Ut is the a.c. mains voltage prior to application of the test level.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - electromagnetic immunity
The CL-200 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below.
The customer or the user of the CL-200 should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity test
IEC 60601
test level
Compliance
level
Electromagnetic environmentguidance
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment should be used no
closer to any part of the CL-200,
including cables, than the recommended separation distance calculated from the equation applicable to
the frequency of the transmitter.
Recommended separation distance
Conducted RF
IEC 61000-4-6
3 Vrms
150kHz to 80MHz
Radiated RF
IEC 61000-4-3
3 V/m
80MHz to 2.5GHz
d = 1.2 P
3V
3 V/m
d = 1.2 P
80MHz to 800MHz
d = 2.3 P 800MHz to 2.5GHz
where P is the maximum ou tput
power rating of the transmitter in watts
(W) according to the transmitter manufacturer and d is the recommended
separation distance in meters (m).
Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters, as determined by an electromagnetic site survey, a should be less
than the compliance level in each frequency range. b
Interference may occur in the vicinity
of equipment marked with the following symbol:
NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is
affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
a
Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and
land mobile radios, amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be predicted
theoretically with accuracy. To assess the electromagnetic environment due to fixed RF transmitters, an
electromagnetic site survey should be considered. If the measured field strength in the location in which
the CL-200 is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above, the CL-200 should be observed
to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be necessary,
such as reorienting or relocating the CL-200.
b
Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than 3 V/m.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Recommended separation distance between portable and mobile RF
communications equipment and the CL-200
The CL-200 is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are controlled. The customer or the user of the CL-200 can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF
communications equipment (transmitters) and the CL-200 as recommended below, according
to the maximum output power of the communications equipment.
Rated maximum
output power of
transmitter
W
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter
m
150kHz to 80MHz
80MHz to 800MHz
800MHz to 2.5GHz
d = 1.2 P
d = 1.2 P
d = 2.3 P
0.01
0.12
0.12
0.23
0.1
0.38
0.38
0.73
1
1.2
1.2
2.3
10
3.8
3.8
7.3
100
12
12
23
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d in metres (m) can be estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of
the transmitter, where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W)
according to the transmitter manufacturer.
NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range
applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is
affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
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SPECIFICATIONS
SYSTEM CLASSIFICATION
• Type of protection against electric shocks: Class I equipment
Class I equipment does not depend on basic insulation only for protection against electric
shocks. It can also be earthed; therefore, the metal parts with which one comes into contact
do not become conductive if the basic insulation fails.
• Degree of protection against harmful ingress of water: IPx0
CL-200 has no protection against ingress of water. (The degree of protection against harmful
ingress of water defined in IEC 60529 is IPx0)
• Classification according to the method(s) of sterilization or disinfection recommended by the
manufacturer: not applicable.
• Classification according to the degree of safety of application in the presence of a flammable
anaesthetic mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide: Equipment not suitable for use in
the presence of a flammable anaesthetic mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide. CL200 should be used in environments where no flammable anesthetics and/or flammable gases
are presents.
• Classification according to the mode of operation: Continuos operation.
Continuos operation is the operation under normal load for an unlimited period, without the
specified limits of temperature being exceeded.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Steel needle marking set (steel needle, supply ink, inkpot, holder)
ORDERING CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES AND SPARES
Product name
Spare part
Fuse T 4A 250V:100-240V
Consumables Marking ink cartridge (3 cartridges/set)
Lens protection pad
Steel needle marking set
Supply ink
Printer paper
Part code No.
42038 9004
42036 9950
42036 5800
42036 2510
42036 9006
44800 4001
Remark
Standard accessory
Standard accessory
Standard accessory
Optional accessory
Optional accessory
With printer specification
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SPECIFICATIONS
SHAPE OF PLUG
Country
Voltage/frequency
Shape of plug
Mexico
110V/50Hz
Type C&E
Argentina
220V/60Hz
Type A
Peru
220V/60Hz
Type A
Venezuela
110V/50Hz
Type C&E
Bolivia & Paraguay
220V/60Hz
Type A (Most common)
Type H (infrequently)
Chile
220V/60Hz
Type A
Colombia
110V/50Hz
Type C
Brazil
220V/60Hz
127V/60Hz
Type A
Type C
Ecuador
110V/50Hz
Type C&E
USA
120V/60Hz
Type A (Hospital Grade)
Canada
120V/60Hz
Type A (Hospital Grade)
SYMBOL
Symbol
IEC Publication
60417-5032
SPECIFICATIONS
Description (French)
Alternating Current
Courant alternatif
Attention, consult accompanying documents
Attention, consulter les documents d’accompagnement
60417-5008
Off (power: disconnection
from the mains)
Éteint (courant: coupure
avec le secteur)
60417-5007
On (power: connection of
the mains)
Allumé (courant: raccordement sur le secteur)
60348
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Description
USING THE INSTRUMENT AS A SYSTEM
ON - LINE SYSTEM
The data of computerized lensmeter can be transfered to the instruments through RS232C interface, and also measuring data of the instruments can be transferred to computerized visiontester.
KR.88
00
AUTO
KERATO-
REFRACT
OMETER
USB
Driver software for receiving of the PC side is under development.
For transfer of data using USB, please ask your TOPCON dealer.
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USING THE INSTRUMENT AS A SYSTEM
When calling please give us the following information about
your unit:
• Machine type: CL-200
• Manufacturing No. (Shown on the rating plate on the back
of the instrument)
• Period of Usage (Please give us the date of purchase).
• Description of Problem (as detailed as possible).
COMPUTERIZED LENSMETER CL-200
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Version of 2006 (2006.04-500LW1)
Date of issue: 1th, April, 2006
Published by TOPCON CORPORATION
75-1 Hasunuma-cho, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo, 174-8580 Japan.
©2004 TOPCON CORPORATION
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
COMPUTERIZED LENSMETER
CL-200
42039 91991
Printed in Japan 2006.04-500LW1
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