Anomaloskop HMC (Heidelberger Multi Color) to urządzenie, sterowane przez mikroprocesor, do precyzyjnej diagnostyki rozpoznawania barw ze zintegrowanym automatycznym systemem neutralnej adaptacji barw.

With Software-Module

For optimal utilization of the HMC-Anomaloskop, it can be connected to a PC or laptop via the serial interface for operation with the specially developed Windows-compatible HMC software. OCULUS thus provides you with the ability to store, manage and compare your patient data and examination results. This software can also be integrated into conventional practice software modules.

You can directly view the status of the examinations and the current findings in the graphic display and can select the next step in the examination.

OCULUS HMC-Anomaloskop – Accurate examination of colour perception

Features in Detail

Istnieją dwa różne modele anomaloskopu Heidelberger Multi Color:

Model 1

Anomaloskop Heidelberger Multi Color (HMC-R) do badania widzenia barw w zakresie czerwony + zielony (wzorujący się na równaniu Rayleigha) z ręcznym panelem sterującym.
Alternatywnie:z oprogramowaniem kompatybilnym z systemem operacyjnym Windows™ zamiast ręcznego panelu obsługowego.

Model 2:

Anomaloskop Heidelberger Multi Color (HMC-R) do badania widzenia barw w zakresie czerwony+ zielony (wzorujący się na równaniu Rayleigha) oraz w zakresie niebieski + zielony(wzorujący się na równaniu Morelanda) z ręcznym panelem sterującym oraz z nasadką optyczną czterostopniową do testów niebieski + zielony

HMC-Anomaloskop for Color Blindness Diagnosis

  • In the red/green area based on the Rayleigh equation
  • In the blue/green area based on the Moreland equation
  • Suitable for testing color vision as required by driver’s license issuance regulations
  • Adjustable, automatic neutral adaptation (comparable to standard illuminant C) during observation of the test field
  • Observation of the test field at a standard angle of 2°
  • Optional: 4° Add-on optics for test field magnification (Moreland equation)
  • Color adaptation in the unit is based on the principle of additive color mixing
  • Ergonomic design with inclinable tube for optimal, non-fatiguing viewing
  • The control knobs are arranged in alignment with the test field (easy to allocate)

HMC-Anomaloskop (MR) with 4° Add-on optics


HMC-Anomaloskop (R)

Color vision tests (HMC-MR) Red-green color vision test acc. to Rayleigh
Blue-green color vision test acc. to Moreland
Color vision tests (HMC-R) Red-green color vision test acc. to Rayleigh
Neutral adaptation White light, comparable to a standard „C” light source (6 750 K)
Test field Viewing angle 2°, horizontally split, created by two Ulbricht spheres for high homogeneity
Diopter compensation ± 6 D
Angle of view 35° to 55° (adjustable)
Interface RS 232 / V24, Sub D-jack, 9-pole
Dimensions (W X D X H)
with 4° add-on optics
245 x 390 x 405 mm (9.6 x 15.4 x 16.0 in)
245 x 415 x 435 mm (9.6 x 16.4 x 17.2 in)
Weight 5.4 kg (11.9 lbs) without accessories
Max. power consumption 15 W
Voltage 115 V AC / 230 V AC
Frequency 50 – 60 Hz
Recommended computer specifications 2 GB RAM, 320 GB HDD, 1.8 GHz, Windows® 8 64bit