Hand-held Wood lamp MAGW150

hand-held Wood lamp
hand-held Wood lamp
hand-held Wood lamp
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Emits an ultraviolet light allowing clinicians to correctly inspect and diagnose a variety of conditions. Remarkable ability to note skin colour changes and variations in skin tones. Used in a variety of applications including dermatology, forensic science, veterinary medicine and childcare. Lightweight and easy to use. Choice of 3-Dioptre or 6-Dipotre lens. The MAGW150 Wood's light is a must-have diagnostic tool for analysing skin conditions. The MAGW150 allows clinicians to correctly inspect and diagnose a variety of conditions. Lightweight and easy to use, the MAGW150 emits an ultraviolet light with the remarkable ability to note skin colour changes and variations in skin tone. 3 Dioptre Lens size 110mm x 75mm 6 Dioptre Lens size 110mm x 75mm 9W UV Lamp Protective screen cover 5,000~ hours life per lamp 230V 50Hz DARAY has been designing and manufacturing specialist lighting since 1968. A privately-owned British company based in Derbyshire, United Kingdom; DARAY has continued to expand on their product range and produce a comprehensive range of medical lights including operating theatre, examination and patient lighting to support the needs of medical professionals. In more recent years, we have expanded our range to include many specialist lighting types and have introduced new products, including x-ray film viewers and surgical headlights to provide a total solution in patient management. DARAY products are designed for Medical, Dental and Veterinary markets and we are a preferred supplier to the NHS. Our comprehensive range of lights are often the first choice in ‘new build’ hospitals and medical centres throughout the UK.
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