Lipin/Dietz Associates, Inc.


When automating your vision screening becomes a necessity, the Titmus Optimum Software package is the obvious choice. Specifically designed to interface with  Titmus automatic vision screeners, this software package  provides the automatic interpretation reports you are looking for.  It's easy to use, very reasonable priced and minimizes operator intervention.

 

 With the Titmus Optimum for Windows software you can: 

Control the vision screener from your computer (which prompts you with exact patient instructions)

Eliminate manual scoring using record forms

Record test results on the computer screen

Immediately compare and interpret test results to preset Job Standards

Print test results Interpretation Report

Export test results in ASCII format

Create your own Job Standards

Use standard Landolt ring pattern, TNO test pattern or Snellen Letters to test visual acuity

Record results using different visual acuity scales English (20 feet), Decimal or Metric (6 meters)

Identify incorrect answers on test screen  itself for TNO test, eliminating memorization

Add comments during a test

Control access to person/test result database (password access)

Adjust for Day/Night Illumination testing

System requirements

IBM compatible PC, 486 or higher processor

(Pentium recommended)

32 MB of RAM

Hard disk with 15 MB of free space (40 MB

recommended)

CD drive (for installation only)

Windows 95/98/NT

Pricing

Description SKU # Price
Optimum  for Windows Software 13803 $1095.00

Shipping

For orders totaling Shipping Charge
$100.00 or less $10.00
$100.01-$1000.00 $20.00
$1000.01-$2500.00 $30.00
$2500.01-$4000.00 $40.00
$4000.01-$6000.00 $55.00
$6000.01-$8000.00 $65.00
$8000.01-$10,000.00 $75.00
over $10,000.00 $100.00

 

 

 


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Last modified: October 28, 2015