Grafton Optical has announced the release of its new ARK-7610 Auto-Ref Keratometer for use in optical practices.

Grafton said advanced wavefront technology built into the device allowed practitioners to measure patients’ refraction status quickly and accurately. Hartmann sensors and an optical system provide multiple separated focal spots on the lens that subdivide the image for high precision processing.

Patient comfort and practitioner ease-of-use are provided by a motorised chin-rest and joystick for easy movement, with the hardware also including a 57mm built in thermal printer, a sub 0.5 second measuring time, and a 7in colour TFT LCD touch screen interface.

The ARK-7610 is currently available from Grafton at a reduced price for a limited time.