Medical Lighting Set Ups
You can see the quality and value for money that German-made SIMEON surgical and examination LED lights offer. We also offer a turnkey solution with the knowledge and experience to install these leading-edge lights so they are well positioned, at the right height, levelled, balanced, easy to move, and so they stop where they’re placed and don’t drift.As the manufacturer-approved installer with years of local experience, we know the tips and tricks so you can be confident your lighting is installed properly for optimal function.
Medical Lighting FAQs
Lux is a measure of the amount of light that falls on a surface per unit of area. It is used to describe the level of illumination that a particular area or object receives.
Lux is a crucial factor to consider when designing lighting for a specific space. Different lights will produce various levels of lux, which can affect the overall illumination and visibility in the space.
In general, the higher the number of lux, the brighter the area will be. However, it is important to also consider factors such as distance, colour, temperature and distribution of light when designing lighting for a space, to ensure the lighting meets the specific needs of the area or task.
Colour temperature is a measure of the warmth or coolness of a light source. It is a unit of measurement used to describe the appearance of the light emitted by a light source, which can range from warm yellowish tones to cool blueish tones.
Light field diameter indicates the size of the light field from the centre of the light with the highest intensity, to the point where only 10% of the maximum light intensity can be reached.