Vision Screeners

Optec® 2300 Armed Forces

The Optec 2300 Armed Forces Vision Screener is the only vision screener that is exclusively manufactured for the US military. The following tests can be performed using the vision tester:

FAR TESTS

  • Vertical phoria
  • Lateral phoria
  • Monocular acuity (small letters)
  • Monocular acuity (large letters)
  • Fusion and depth perception
  • Alternate monocular acuity (small)
  • Alternate monocular acuity (large)
  • Alternate fusion and depth perception
  • Landolt ring acuity

NEAR TESTS

  • Vertical phoria
  • Lateral phoria
  • Monocular acuity (small letters)
  • Monocular acuity (large letters)
  • Binocular acuity (small)
  • Binocular acuity (large)

*Exclusions apply so please contact us for more information.

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Optec 2300 AFVT
Optec 2300 AFVT

Cleaning

Clean and disinfect the forehead activator and surrounding area gently with disinfectant wipes or a soft, slightly damp, and lint-free cloth with 70% isopropyl alcohol. Clean gently and never spray alcohol directly on the screener surfaces.

FEATURES INCLUDE:

  • NSN 6540-01-375-9031
  • Forehead activator
  • Forehead activator override
  • Headrest tissues
  • Lens system for far and near testing
  • Elevation adjustment
  • Observation doors for pointer use & test slide access
  • Far and near indicator lights
  • Test dial to change slides in viewing area
  • Carrying handle

Accessories:

The unit comes with the following accessories: 50 record forms, 500 headrest tissues, 1 dust cover, and 1 plastic laminated 8.5 by 11 scoring key. Includes two operator’s manuals (which includes service manuals.)

Warranty:

Free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year from date of purchase to the original buyer. Guarantee does not cover light bulbs, mirrors and lenses, damage in transit, or damage caused by buyer’s misuse, carelessness or neglect.

How do I clean and disinfect the vision tester cover?

Clean and disinfect the forehead activator bar and surrounding area gently with disinfectant wipes or a soft, slightly damp, and lint-free cloth with alcohol. We have used 70% isopropyl alcohol to clean and disinfect our equipment surfaces. Clean gently with a damp cloth and never spray alcohol directly on the vision tester surfaces.


Why am I not getting ‘light’ to my vision tester? I have checked that the machine is receiving power.

At least one or both of the left- and right-eye buttons must be illuminated on the control panel for the vision tester to receive light. If neither button is illuminated, we do not know which eye(s) you want to test. Then there is no light when you look inside the machine and you may think the machine is not on.

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