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LED Surgical Lights

Surgical lights (operating room lights) are very important for surgical teams to perform procedures on patients. The latest generation of surgical lights use light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for their light source. Many surgical light manufacturers have shifted their light sources to LEDs from older technologies such as halogen and metal halide lights.

LED surgical lights have many advantages over traditional surgical lights. Advanced LED surgical lights provide:

  • Significantly improved color temperature (Kelvin), thereby creating a whiter light for better visibility for the surgeon and the surgical team.
  • LED lights produce virtually no heat even the ambient heat radiated from the surgical light head is reduced to a nearly zero. Less heat creates a more comfortable environment for the surgical team and less heat reduces the risk of drying out exposed skin and tissue.
  • LED lights run on significantly less energy and produce more lumens per watt than traditional lights, some manufacturers claim up to 70% lower energy consumption with LED surgical lights compared to traditional light sources
  • Extended product life because some LED lights are estimated to last 50,000 hours compared to a halogen light that averages around 1,500 hours of life. Longer light life reduces the possibility to need to replace a bulb during an operation.
  • Lower overall maintenance because replacement bulbs are not necessary.
  • Better light dimming, some lights have as many as five stages for light dimming.

LED surgical lights can be configured with high-definition cameras and monitors providing surgeons with the latest technology. LED surgical lights can be mounted on the wall and on the ceiling in a variety of configurations. Some manufacturers offer surgical lights with batter back-ups to ensure the surgical team has lighting in case of any electrical disruptions.

If you are interested in purchasing a new surgical light, contact us or visit the Medical Illumination LED surgical lights: MI-750, MI-1000, and System Two.

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