The Huvitz CRK-8800 is a corneal topographer, which is a medical device used to map the surface of the cornea. It is manufactured by Huvitz, a Korean company that produces a range of ophthalmic and optometric equipment.
The CRK-8800 is a high-end corneal topographer that uses Placido disc technology to capture images of the cornea. It has a wide measurement range and high resolution, allowing for accurate and detailed mapping of the corneal surface. The device is equipped with advanced software that can analyze the corneal data and generate various maps and reports, including curvature maps, elevation maps, and pachymetry maps.
The Huvitz CRK-8800 is commonly used by eye care professionals for the diagnosis and management of corneal conditions such as keratoconus, corneal dystrophies, and corneal trauma. It can also be used for pre-operative planning of refractive surgery, such as LASIK and PRK.
Use the service manual Huvitz CRK-8800 for repair or maintenance.