TOPCON (the Japan company, not the Texas one) uses this font in many of their autorefractors (or as they call it, auto refractometers).
This font looks simple, but I just can't find the exact same one.
What I have tried:
I have tried multiple images (about 5-6 images with resizing and cropping) on all these sites, But none of them found the font I am looking for.
Here are two examples:
Details I have noticed:
1) 9 is just the exact upside down version of 6 in this font.
2) There is no horizontal part at the bottom of 1.
3) The bold versions are generally more "squarish". In bold versions (for example, every single line above each "S.E."), 6 and 9 have a flatter top/bottom than their normal versions; the top of 1 also becomes flatter.
Any idea what this font is?
BTW. I have no interest in making fake measurement records. I am on a project to build an OCR system that can automatically recognize numbers on these prescription, so that doctors no more need to manually type them into computers. Currently we are using tesseract, but it sometimes mix up several characters, so we are trying to train the model with our own data. Although images like above can work, it would be better if we can get the font file, so that we can automatically generate training data.