NeurOptics | PLR-3000 Hand-Held
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PLR-Type_2

Important Research Tool

Used by researchers at leading universities, pharmaceutical companies, and contract research organizations worldwide

Quickly and accurately measures pupil size and pupillary light reflex

Simple to Use and Operate

One-button activation

No calibration required

Portable, battery operated, hand-held device

Durable, ergonomic design

“Great quantitative tool for research.”   – Sr. Researcher, Allergan

More insight on pharmacokinetic data.”   – Clinical Study Manager, Covance

PLR3000_1

Reproducible Measurement Results

Testing has shown that the NeurOptics Pupillometer is consistent from unit to unit and operator to operator. In fact, the NeurOptics Pupillometer has the highest accuracy and lowest error of all commercially available pupillometers, while at the same time being the most economical hand-held infrared device.

Features

Adjustable settings (light stimulus intensity and duration, duration and onset of measurement, background illumination)

Data stored on device, results uploadable to external computer via Bluetooth®

Video playback wand downloading video of last measurement

Video of the measurement can be played on the device’s screen

Continuous pupil recording (≤ 10 minutes without light stimulus, ≤ 41 seconds with light stimulus)

Objective Measurement