Welch Allyn Spot® Vision Screener – Autorefractor VS100S-B an easy-to-use autorefractor that can identify vision problems like refractive errors and ocular misalignment in patients from young to old. The screener detects special light reflexes from each eye during screening and evaluates these reflexes from the retina to estimate refractive error. With an operating distance of 3 feet, it allows the practitioner to test patients without needing to touch the subject. The vision screener can function without input from the patient making it ideal for use on non-verbal patients, children and patients with disabilities.
- No dilation required
- For use on patients as young as 6 months
- Includes carrying case & power source
- Estimates pupil size, pupil distance and eye gaze deviation
- Auto-capture provides almost instant results
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The screener is intended for use by health care professionals to evaluate patients for potential refractive errors associated with poor vision. This photoretinoscopy device should be used to assess whether the patient needs to be referred to an eye care specialist such as an ophthalmologist or optometrist for further evaluation and is not intended to replace a full eye examination.Cleaning & Care
WARNING Electric shock hazard. Before cleaning the monitor, disconnect the DC power cord from the power outlet and the vision screener.
WARNING Liquids can damage electronics inside the vision screener. Prevent liquids from spilling on the vision screener.
If liquids are spilled on the vision screener:
- Power down the vision screener.
- Disconnect the power plug.
- Dry off excess liquid from the vision screener.
If liquids possibly entered the vision screener, remove the vision screener from use until it has been properly dried, inspected, and tested by qualified service personnel.
Clean on a routine basis according to your facility's protocols and standards or local regulations. If the vision screener is on, lock the display and disconnect the DC power cord.
The following agents are compatible with the vision screener:
Disinfect according to your facility's protocols and standards or local regulations.70 percent isopropyl alcohol
Wipe the vision screener with a clean cloth slightly dampened with 70 percent isopropyl alcohol.10 percent chlorine bleach solution
- Wipe the vision screener with a clean cloth slightly dampened with a 10 percent bleach and water solution. Follow the cleaning agent manufacturer's guidelines.
- Rinse with a clean cloth slightly dampened with water that meets EP and USP quality standards.
- Allow the vision screener surface to dry for a minimum of 10 minutes before using the monitor.
The Welch Allyn Spot® Vision Screener – Autorefractor has a 1 (one) year Limited Warranty. Your Welch Allyn® product, when new, is warranted to be free from original defects in material and workmanship and to perform in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications under normal use and service. The warranty period begins from the date of purchase from Welch Allyn or its authorized distributors. Welch Allyn’s obligation is limited to the repair or replacement of components determined by Welch Allyn to be defective within the warranty period. These warranties extend to the original purchaser and cannot be assigned or transferred to any third party. This warranty shall not apply to any damage or product failure determined by Welch Allyn to have been caused by misuse, accident (including shipping damage), neglect, improper maintenance, modification, or repair by someone other than Welch Allyn or one of its authorized service representatives.About manufacturer
Chicago-based Hillrom purchased Welch Allyn, Inc. in 2015. Welch Allyn is a name that has been well known and respected in the medical industry since its founding in 1905 by Dr. Francis Welch and inventor William Noah Allyn. Hillrom plans to keep the Welch Allyn branding alongside the Hillrom name on products.