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Hanging, tungsten halogen bulb

Hanging, tungsten halogen bulb


Hanging, tungsten halogen bulb

Type: Package Size: G.W.: N.W.:
80x77x34 5 (cm) 41(kg) 21(kg)
114x67x36 (cm) 59(kg) 35(kg)


Main Technical Data  
llluminance NML735002
Color Temperature 4300±200k
Color rendering index Ra≥90
Mains Voltage -220V±22V 50Hz±1Hz
-110V±11V 60Hz±1Hz
Rated Voltage Of Bulb 24V
Rated Power Of Bulb 25W


Hanging, Tungsten Halogen Bulb

Hanging halogen bulb, Surgical lights, also known as surgical lighting or operating lights, are mainly used in hospital operating rooms and ambulatory surgery centers, but can also be used in various locations throughout the facility to provide high quality lighting for procedures. Examples include emergency rooms, labor and delivery, examination rooms, and anywhere where procedures are completed. They are used by clinicians, surgeons and proceduralists. Hanging, tungsten halogen bulb A surgical light illuminates the operative site on a patient for optimal visualization during a procedure.1 Surgical lights can provide hours of bright light without excessively heating the patient or staff. A variety of lights are available to meet the needs of providing optimal visualization during surgery and procedures. An examination light is used during medical exams, Hanging halogen bulb while operating room lights are used during surgical procedures.


Before electricity allowed lightbulbs to illuminate an operating room, candles were used as a light source during a procedure. Additionally, surgeries were performed during daylight hours so surgeons could use the natural sunlight for illumination.2 Surgical lights as they are recognized today have evolved over more than a century since electricity was first discovered in 1879, with surgical light manufacturers continuously working to improve lighting conditions for surgeons and OR staff.


There are various types of surgical lights, and each type plays specific roles in illumination before, during, and after a medical procedure. They can be categorized by lamp type or mounting configuration. Two lamp types are conventional (incandescent) and LED (light emitting diode). Surgical lighting configurations may include ceiling-mounted, wall-mounted, or on floor stand. Depending on the model, a surgical light may also be used in all three configurations.1 A ceiling-mounted light can be mounted on a fixed point on the ceiling of a procedure room. Similarly, wall-mounted lights are mounted on a wall of the OR. The wall-mounted configuration is more often used with examination lights versus surgical lights. For greater mobility, floor standing surgical lights are standalone and typically on wheels enabling them to move room to room. Mobile floor standing lights are often used in examinations. All three types play an important role in illuminating a surgical site during a procedure.