Value_Vision_LogoDon’t be blinded by load shedding – take back control, be a step ahead of your opposition by giving your valuable patients an uninterrupted service, protecting your equipment against possible damages and ensuring full productivity in your business.

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As a group of independent optometrists based in the Gauteng area and surrounds, Value Vision Optometrists  purpose is to provide the service and products their patients expect, require and deserve.

But how does load shedding affect your business  when doors have to be closed for a couple of hours and valuable appointments with patients need to be cancelled or rescheduled?

With a simple and affordable solution from Netshield the doors can stay open, equipment can keep on functioning and business can go on as usual. Simulated sine wave is less expensive than pure sine wave but is only suitable for normal equipment such as pay points, computer etc. Where medical equipment needs to be powered, the pure sine wave options are available.

OPTION 1:
 A 1.2KVA Simulated Sine Wave
You can effectively use 800 watts on this system.

OPTION 2:
 A 2.4KVA Simulated Sine Wave
You can effectively use 1750 watts on this system.

OPTION 3:
 A 1KVA Pure Sine Wave
You can effectively use 820 watts on this system.

OPTION 4:
 A 2KVA Pure Sine Wave
You can effectively use 1650 watts on this system.

OPTION 5: (BEST OFFER)
 A 3KVA Pure Sine Wave
You can effectively use 2600 watts on this system.

OPTION 6:
 A 6KVA Pure Sine Wave
You can effectively use 4900 watts on this system.

OPTION 7:
 A 12KVA Pure Sine Wave
You can effectively use 10 300 watts on this system.

Analysis has shown the typical equipment selection from an optometrist would be as follows:

 Auto – 240w
 Pay point – 105w
 Laptop/PC – 280w
 Slit lamp – 85w
 Non-contact tonometer – 180w
 Projector – 105w
 3D Lens edger – 1 050w
 10x Lights   (combination of lights) – 70w
Total 1 165watts

It is safe to work on an average of 1,350 watts as an average for a small practice.

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