The SOLA Access® Lens is a progressive lens with intermediate and near vision correction. The lens provides clear vision up to 7 feet, based on your required magnification.
With wide intermediate and near viewing zones the Access Lens in an excellent solution for computer users, readers and certain occupation and hobbies (musicians, plumbers, mechanics, etc.)
Computers users need two clear vision ranges, intermediate to see screen at 24-30" and near 12-14", to see the keyboard and read.
Unlike a traditional progressive lens with distance vision and a small intermediate area, Access® provides two vision ranges, near and intermediate, This design provides largest viewing zones possible. The transition zone lets your viewing change smoothly from near to intermediate without the image jump of lined bifocals.
ACCESS® Computer Lens
A conventional aspheric lens design that provides near and intermediate vision correction for presbyopes.
For best vision and appearance, encourage the patient to choose a frame in which the eyes are well centered with a minimum “B” of 30 mm. Ideally, the pupils should fall within 5 mm of the frame’s vertical center
Your laboratory will use the criteria below to select the appropriate lens for your patient’s Rx (unless you specify otherwise):
Low power range (0.75 Diopter) for presbyopes with a +1.50 add or less.
High power range (1.25 Diopter) for presbyopes with a +1.75 add or greater.
1. Reading Rx
Verify the lens for the correct
reading Rx below the dashed arc.
Verify the Rx axis when the 180°
line of the lens is horizontal.
2. Verify Prism
Check the lens for prescribed
prism or prism imbalance at the
Prism Reference Point (PRP) in the
center of the lens