APOLLO: Innovative Laser Technology (+VIDEO)



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An innovative conceptual light based on laser technology (APOLLO by Entwurfreich) has emerged in surgical illumination. APOLLO has a number of advantages over halogen or LED system, having higher luminous efficiency (170 lumen/watt compared to LEDs providing 100 lumen/watt) and a longer service cycle of laser diodes (90.000 hours in comparison to the 60.000 hours of LED technology). Built-in sensors allow automatic adjustment of the lamp throughout the surgery process. Moreover, the lamp is distinguished by a basic module design and a very compact dimension alongside with great flexibility and long maintenance cycles.
Via:tuvie.com
apollo, innovation in surgical illumination, innovation technology, futuristic technology, surgical innovations, ENTWURFREICH, laser technology

apollo, innovation in surgical illumination, innovation technology, futuristic technology, surgical innovations, ENTWURFREICH, laser technology

apollo, innovation in surgical illumination, innovation technology, futuristic technology, surgical innovations, ENTWURFREICH, laser technology

apollo, innovation in surgical illumination, innovation technology, futuristic technology, surgical innovations, ENTWURFREICH, laser technology

apollo, innovation in surgical illumination, innovation technology, futuristic technology, surgical innovations, ENTWURFREICH, laser technology

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