The new WaveMaster IOL 2 developed by Trioptics allows an in-depth quality check of refractive, monofocal and toric, spherical or aspheric intraocular lenses by means of wavefront analysis with the help of a Shack-Hartmann sensor.
Intraocular lenses (IOLs) are implanted into cataract patients’ eyes to correct vision, which can only be achieved through a high-precision design of the lens surfaces.
This analysis of intraocular lenses can now be achieved with the new WaveMaster IOL 2. Measurements can be performed on hydrophobic and hydrophilic lenses in-air or in the in-situ eye model with optional heating per ISO 11979. Software permits the user-independent and automated determination of the refractive power, the cylinder power, MTF and deviation of the toric axis from the marked axis.
For customised analyses of lens aberrations, particularly in research and development, the software can be expanded to include a Zernike analysis module.
With the integration of an additional camera, the WaveMaster automatically determines deviations of the markers on the lenses from the measured toric axis. The camera image can also be used for a visual inspection of the lenses.