Head Surgical Light
Triple Light Head is commonly found in Heart rooms where two light
heads are positioned over the chest with the third light head
being used to illuminate the leg area when stripping out veins.
The triple is also a favorite in trauma rooms should there be
a need to work on multiple sites at the same time. With 137,000
Lux output per light head and a healthy 10 inch pattern, this
light is equipped to handle the most complex case. Another popular
alternative to the triple light is to pair a single light head
with a dual light head.
Pattern Size adjustment and Light Intensity can all be adjusted
by the surgeon from within the sterile field.
Lux (12,700 Footcandles) light intensity from a single 180 Watt
bulb that illuminates within milliseconds when the primary bulb
bulbs are conveniently located in the wall control housing for
light head combined with ultra cool operation at only 3.71 W/cm2/Fc
correct light optimized at 4,300°K to ensure accurate patient
shadow control -- the light head will tolerate as much as 70%
of the emitted light being blocked before a noticeable change
in pattern intensity is witnessed.
counterbalance arms that are free to rotate continuously at