The Daray S740 is the latest addition to our LED surgical lighting range.
A strong beam of light with an even intensity across the entire area for clearer viewing and reduced eye strain
Variable intensity and colour temperature controlled directly from the light head.
Endoscopy Mode for low-level lighting requirements.
Spring-balanced arm with excellent range of movement.
Costs up to 75% less to run than halogen
40,000 hours of life from the LED light engine
No more bulbs to change - reduces waste by 95% over the light's lifetime
All metal chassis and light-head, hardwearing and can be fully recycled
No halogen, mercury, cadmium, lead or CFCs. No chemicals harmful to the environment
DARAY's LED technology has an intense clear white light beam equivalent to 75W halogen, whilst consuming just 30W (Figures based on 5.5 hours use per day)
The Daray S740 is the latest addition to our LED surgical lighting range. Suited for all minor procedures, and available in a range of mounting choices.
This minor surgical light boasts excellent shadow reduction via a wide array of LED's -designed to provide consistent and accurate light where it is needed. A digital control panel, located on the light head itself, offers convenient adjustment of light intensity, colour temperature and Endoscopy Mode control. A smooth, fully-enclosed light head and arm system assists with the management of infection control.
Available as wall or ceiling mounted option, or as a mobile freestanding unit.
|Light intensity (lux) @ 1.0m||70,000 lux ±5%|
|Intensity adjustment range||50% - 100% (4 stage)|
|Colour temperature (Kelvin)||3,600 - 6,000K ±500|
|Colour adjustment range||Variable (3 stage)|
|Light field diameter (D50)||@ 1.0m: 214mm|
|Light field diameter (D10)||@ 1.0m: 108mm|
|Power consumption||30W 0.23A|
|Colour rendering index (CRI)||100 ? Ra ? 85|
|Depth of illumination||950mm|
|Warranty period||3 years|
|Average working life||>40,000 hours|
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