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S4 Series

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ceiling-mounted surgical light ceiling-mounted surgical light - S4 Series
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Characteristics

  • Configuration:

    ceiling-mounted, mobile, wall-mounted

  • Light source:

    LED

  • Other characteristics:

    with control panel

  • Intensity at 1 m:

    120,000 lx, 160,000 lx

Description

LED light source
Digital control panel
Cool and comfortable beam
Lightweight and slim light head for excellent laminar flow
Multi-lens geometry lighting system
Low energy consumption
Focusable beam
Excellent shadow reduction
40,000 hours from the LED module
Low 'total cost of ownership'
4,300K colour temperature
Integrated camera options available
Available in ceiling, wall and mobile

The DARAY S4 series Operating Theatre Light has been designed to provide a high intense beam with excellent shadow dilution and accurate colour rendering. The S4 series is available as a wall, ceiling or mobile - dual or single arm. All versions have a smooth, fully enclosed head to aid in the management of infection control. A spring balanced arm makes positioning extremely easy, providing a precise and stable beam.

Features include: variable intensity, focusable beam and a digital control panel. The S4 series is an extremely cost effective lighting solution that meets the needs of a demanding operating theatre.

Minimal laminar-flow interference
The fully sealed light head has been aerodynamically designed to minimise turbulence of laminar-flow sterilisation and purification systems.

Digital control panel
A conveniently placed panel contains on/off controls, a power on indicator, bulb-failure alarms and variable output intensity controls

Variable focus
The removable, autoclaveable light-head steering handle doubles as a twist-grip focussing control.

Finely-balanced suspension arms
Multi-jointed, spring-balanced suspension mechanisms permit accurate and stable positioning of the light patch. The arms on ceiling-mounted lights all rotate through 360°.