Lyra is a piece of equipment microcontrolled by Intense Pulsed Light for use in aesthetic treatments. It allows the commuting between 3 selective cut-off filters with wavelengths of 480 nm, 530 nm and 640 nm, which allow the choice of light radiation spectrum most adequate for each treatment. Lyra also presents a tip with a 7.5 cm2 spot, allowing greater versatility in the treatments, and a cryoprotection system (water and Peltier), making the treatment safer and more comfortable; a lamp with a useful life of 1 million shots, which allows better linear and functional performance; modern design with control through touchscreen; informative info tutorial and protocols.
The equipment must be used only under prescription and supervision of a licensed professional.
Intense Pulsed Light
Lyra uses a flashlamp and microcontrolled capacitor banks to generate high intensity pulsed polychromatic light. The electric energy stored in the capacitor bank excites the xenon gas contained in the lamp, so that the bright light is emitted; therefore, the electric energy is converted into optical energy and thermal energy.
Intense Pulsed Light X Laser
Laser: monochromatic, coherent, collimated, with several applications in medicine, greater power, smaller area of action and greater temperature.
Intense Pulsed Light: polychromatic, non-coherent, non-collimated, with applications in dermatology, angiology and aesthetic, smaller power, greater area of action, lower temperature, modulation by cut-off filters and lower cost.
Using cut-off filters it is possible to select wavelengths according to the depth of the structure intended to be reached. .