VLED adopts the latest led technology of double white leds, while providing the necessary illumination but no color leds are used. This breakthrough allows the surgeon to receive the same white lights all the time during the operation, and prevent any eye fatigue due to the “rainbow effect”.
Traditional surgical lights create a high intensity by squashing the light flux into the middle of the beam, creating a “central spot”. This high contrast gives a very bright centre, leaving the rest of the field relatively dim in comparison. VLED gives a high illumination across the whole illuminated field avoiding high contrast lighting and distractions.
The most ergonomic design of VLED, the shape is extremely streamlined to minimize any turbulence of the laminar flow. In addition, the whole body of VLED is made of aluminium to ensure optimum heat management, increase in temperature of light head is barely noticeable, which allows handling the illumination even more comfortable.
Max Ilumination: 160.000 Lux
The color temperature can be varied in 3 steps 3800K, 4300K, and 4800K. As a result, surgeons always have the optimum visual conditions depending on the extent of perfusion of the surgical site. Usually the color temperature of 3800K is particularly applicable for orthopaedic surgery, while the higher color temperature of 4800K is well suited for neurosurgery of which white tissue needs to be highlighted for better vision. This range of color temperature indeed provides the surgeons their choice of “better illumination” for the surgeries.