42 Watt Floorstand Examination Light with 90,000 Lux @ 24" Light Output
- Item # 35FT65
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- Mfr. Model # OPLEDFL
- Catalog Page # 513
- UNSPSC # 42182602
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- Shipping Weight 58.5 lbs.
Country of Origin USA Country of Origin is subject to change.
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This light meets all FDA requirements, and is approved to the most stringent UL and IEC standards for medical lighting. Also meets the CA Seismic Codes. Manufactured in an ISO 13485 facility. Typical applications include Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC), Veterinary, Emergency Departments (ED), dermatology and plastic surgery, primary care and examination, and OB/GYN operating rooms.
- Item Examination Light
- Medical Lighting Type Floorstand
- Lighting Technology LED
- Watts 42
- Voltage 120
- Color Temperature 3700K
- Light Output 90,000 Lux @ 24"
- Arm Length 37-1/2"
- Color White
- Adjustable Flexible with Extensive Reach and Range of Motion
- Lens Clear
- Overall Reach 37-1/2"
- Cord Length 9.83 ft.
- Switch Footswitch
- Includes Floorstand Base with Upright and Hardware Kit
- Cord Type Plug In
- Lamp Included Yes
- Special Features Light output to 90,000 lux At 24", CRI of 95, The LED Source Offers 10x or 20,000 hr. Average the Operational Life of Traditional Halogen Solutions, The Light Provides A 75% Energy Savings Over Current Halogen Option, 5 yr. Limited Warranty
- Standards AAMI ES60601-1, IEC 60601-1-2, EN/IEC 60601-2-41, CAN/CSA C22.2 NO. 60601-1 certified
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