Hi Scan Touch

Parameter Specifications



Area of analysis
10 mm x 14 mm (visible on the monitor)
Keratoscope cone
28 border mires, equally spaced on a sphere
Analysed points
over 80,000
Measured points
Corneal coverage
from 0.33 mm (minimum diameter on a 43D sphere) up to 11 mm on a normal eye
Measured area
90% of the corneal surface (normal eyes)
Dioptric power range
from 1D to over 120D
+/- 0.01D, 1 micron
Focusing device
Eye Positioning Control System EPCS (patented) automatic acquisition, with decentration correction
TV camera
High resolution (C.C.I.R.)
6" B&W
Other features
Automatic OD/OS detection, Placido ring image available on the B&W screen
11 Kg
Accessories included
table top with head rest, calibration kit, footswitch, Scout software

Keratron Bridge unit

Power supply
mains (100-110 or 220-240 Vac, 50/60 Hz) to Videokeratoscope (+5, +12, -12 Vdc)
Remote control
cable wired, controls all functions
Image acquisition
acquisition through footswitch and EPCS, digital conversion and storage (freeze) on B&W monitor
PC-VK link
through USB port
Scout release 3.2 or higher

Computer (recommended minimal features)

Operating system
Windows 7 (32/64), Windows 8/8.1(32/64), Windows 10(32/64) and Windows Updates
Processor, Memory
Intel I3, 2 Gb RAM
HD 180 Gb, CD-Rom
Monitor, Video board
Super VGA color monitor 14", 1024x768 points, 16 million colors
ink jet
USB Port 1.1 (recommended 2.0), Ethernet port


Dioptric scale
Absolute, Normalized, Adjustable
Keratometric values and indices
Sim K-readings, Meridians, Hemimeridians, Maloney Indices, Eccentricity
border detection, diameter and decentration
Zones and grids
3, 5 and 7 mm, orthogonal axis or millimeter grid
local curvature, axial curvature, wavefront OPD or WFE refraction map with 3D insert
print screen with header of the institution, or personalized print templates
Special functions
profiles, difference, repeatability check, maps comparison, caliper, refraction calculator
Image acquisition and movies
Enabled with TV camera mounted on a slit lamp and video capture board (not included)
On-line help
on-line multi-language help detailed for all functions
Contact lens
fluorescein pattern simulation of most of international contact lens manufacturers' geometries;
tilting to simulate lid pressure;
lens displacement in any position;
eccentricity measured at 6 and 8 mm over-refraction calculator;
personalized auto-fit for customized lens;
adjustable clearance scale;
link to third party software
Internet connection
maps can be sent as attachments to e-mail messages
Local network and database
management of one or more independent databases shareable in a network


Far mires cone
for deep set eyes. 28 mires are 3 mm more recessed than standard cone
Keratron Bridge
upgrades Keratron using internal FGB, in order to use USB connection and updated Scout software


CE mark
Directive 93/42/CEE