Which PD do I use for progressive lenses?

Which PD do I use for progressive lenses?

Monocular PDs
Monocular PDs are required for accurate fitting of progressive lenses.

Do you need 2 PD for progressive lenses?

For bifocal and free-form progressive lenses, two PD values are needed.

Do I need near PD for progressive lenses?

It is generally required for progressive addition lenses (PAL). Single vision and bifocal lenses usually only need a single PD. Bifocals and progressive lenses generally need both distance and near PD.

How can I measure my PD for progressive lenses at home?

How to measure your pupillary distance at home

  1. Get a ruler. Some websites offer printable rulers, too.
  2. Stand in front of a mirror and hold the ruler horizontal. Keep it stable.
  3. Start with the ruler lined up to the center of one pupil and measure the distance to the next pupil.
  4. This number is your PD.

What does PD 63 61 mean?

Another format presented as 63/61. These numbers let the Lab Technician craft a Distance or Near pair of glasses. Distance PD is 63 as the Near PD is 61. Single vision lenses require a Distance PD, it is easy for us to calculate your Near PD if it is missing from your Prescription.

What if PD is off by 2mm?

If the PD measured was 2mm off initially, by using a millimeter rule, the net cumulative error might be 4.5mm or more. However, you were not aware of the original 2mm error. A corneal reflection pupillometer is worth the investment.

How do I know if I need single PD or dual PD?

Dual PD is the measurement of the center of each pupil to the bridge of the nose. Single PD is the total distance between the center of both pupils. We recommend measuring dual PD.

Is there an app to measure your pupillary distance?

EyeMeasure enables you to measure your Pupillary Distance (eye to eye) & now Segment Height instantly at near and far distances. No mirrors, credit cards, tape measures or objects needed. It’s accurate to up to 0.5mm for the perfect prescription glasses. Please note: iPhone X or newer is required for this app.

What does a PD of 60 57 mean?

• 60/57 : distance/reading PD. • 30.5/29.5 : right /left PD (this can be 60 in total) you can fill out PD right/left separately or totally(seperate PD is more accurate)

What does PD 62 58 mean?

If Your PD is two Numbers: If the numbers are two higher digits like 62/58, then the first number is your Distance (Far) PD used for making Distance glasses and the second is your Near PD used for making reading glasses.

What if pupillary distance is off by 1 mm?

What if PD Is Off by 1mm? When the PD is wrong by a millimeter the outcome for the wearer will be very different depending on the lens power in the glasses. A wrong pupillary distance is measured in millimeters. This distance multiplied with the lens power equals the deviation a wrong PD produces.