Developed by Jeff Rabin, OD, PhD,US Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine.
Super vision test is designed for use at 4 meters (13 feet, 1.5 inches).
Notations are printed on the chart in LogMAR 0.2 to -0.6 on the top half of the chart.
On the bottom half notations are printed in LogCS with a letter size of 5M, 4/5, 13/16.5 (6/7.5, 20/25 equiv.).
High contrast VA (20/32 to 20/5 log MAR scale; 20/5 is 4x smaller than 20/20).
Used by branches of the US Armed Forces.
This Super Vision test includes visual acuity and letter contrast sensitivity (CS) on a single chart. The top portion of the chart tests for acuity vision while the bottom half includes highly calibrated levels of contrast. Chart includes eight separate contrast levels for the most precise contrast sensitivity test. This eye chart also includes a separate optotype sequence for each eye to reduce memorization possibilities. This test is designed for use with the Small 914 Illuminator Cabinet.
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