Operating Lights

Operating Lights

An operating lamp is a medical lamp that is used in operating rooms, manipulation rooms to illuminate the surgical field during medical manipulations of various profiles.

The main feature of surgical light is the removal of shadows in the surgical field. A surgical effect or, as they say, a shadowless effect, is defined as the ability of a light source to prevent the appearance of shadows in an illuminated area, despite the obstacles that exist between the light source and the illuminated field.

An important distinguishing feature of a surgical lamp from an examination lamp is a higher light intensity. As a rule, a number of medical operating lamps include lamps with an indicator of light intensity from 100 000 lux.

These are just some of the features. The consultants of the RENAISSANCE-MEDICAL online store are ready to explain in more detail about the medical operating lamps, to select and advise you on the most efficient equipment and model of the lamp.