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CDC Series Radiuscope

The CDC series advanced contact lens Radiuscope (Microspherometer) is manufactured by us in the UK. It is available in the maximum number of versions to suit requirements.

 

The operation of measuring the "Radius of Curvature" is achieved using the Drysdale principle. Light from the target is reflected down the microscope to form an image on the surface of the lens (surface image) the display is zeroed and the stage is moved to find the (Ariel image). The distance moved is the radius of the lens, eg. 7.50mm = 45.00 diopters

 

Its main attributes are its ease of use, 45mm focusing travel, built-in power supply and special target resulting in excellent optical performance.

 

Specification

 

Magnification Range

 

Viewing Head

 

Nosepiece

 

Stage

 

Focusing

 

Sub-focus

 

Illumination

 

 

Eyepieces

 

Objectives

 

Scale (25mm)

 

Packing

 

Weight

 

Boxed Weight

 

Measurements

 

Boxed Measurements

 

Options

 

Radiuscope Features

CDC 202(*)

 

180mm

 

Monocular

 

Revolving Quadruple

 

Circular gliding stage

 

Coaxial Course & Fine

 

Subslide with 25mm travel

 

Mains 110-240v 6v 20w

with dimmer control

 

X10 WF 18mm

 

X4 X10

 

Analogue or Digital

 

Moulded Polystyrene

 

6.0Kg

 

11.0Kg

 

40x18x30cms HxWxD

 

78.0x38.0x50.0cms

 

Trinocular Head

CDC204(*)

 

180mm

 

Binocular

 

Revolving Quadruple

 

Circular gliding stage

 

Coaxial Course & Fine

 

Subslide with 25mm travel

 

Mains 110-240v 6v 20w

with dimmer control

 

X10 WF 18mm

 

X4 X10

 

Analogue or Digital

 

Moulded Polystyrene

 

6.75Kg

 

11.0Kg

 

40x18x30cms HxWxD

 

78.0x38.0x50.0cms

 

Trinocular Head

* When ordering complete code for (d) for digital or (a) analogue clock

Radiuscope