# What is near vision effectivity error?

## What is near vision effectivity error?

The difference between the vergence of light actually leaving the lens when the light originates from a near object (L2′) and the anticipated vergence obtained by adding the incident vergence and the BVP of the lens (L1 + BVP) is known as the near vision effectivity error (NVEE).

### What is the effective power of lens?

The power of a lens is defined as the reciprocal of its focal length in meters, or D = 1/f, where D is the power in diopters and f is the focal length in meters. Lens surface power can be found with the index of refraction and radius of curvature.

**What is the effect of moving a plus lens closer to the eye?**

Our rule tells us that a + lens moved closer to the eye will lose perceived power. That tells us that our answer should be less than our +12.50.

**Why is BVD important?**

Vertex distance, sometimes referred to as back vertex distance or BVD, is an important, often critical part of ophthalmic optics. With the rapid adoption of pseudo phakia (IOLs) came an equal drop in the interest in taking vertex distance calculations or making the necessary adjustments in power.

## How to calculate the effectivity of a lens?

Let’s calculate the movement ∆x necessary to produce a given change in effective power ∆F. Use the binomial theorem to rewrite the effectivity formula when FV’∆x is small as Fx=FV’/(1-∆xFV’)≅FV’+∆x(FV’)2. If the change in effective power in moving the lens is ∆F=FX-FV’, then this becomes ∆F≅∆x(FV’)2, or, ∆x≅∆F/FV’2.

### How is lens effectivity related to vertex distance?

Lens Effectivity. Lens effectivity is the change in vergence of light that occurs at different points along its path. This is related to vertex distance.

**Which is the formula for the power of a lens?**

LENS POWER FORMULA The diopter is the unit of measure for the refractive power of a lens. The power of a lens is defined as the reciprocal of its focal length in meters, or D = 1/f, where D is the power in diopters and f is the focal length in meters.

**What happens when the lens moves away from the eye?**

As a lens is moved away from the patient’s eye, to the left in our diagrams, the focal point of the lens also moves to the left, making the lens behave as though it had greater positive power or lesser negative power. Conversely, a lens moved toward the eye has greater negative power or lesser positive power.