Portable LED Clinic Gynecological Examination Lamp

Reliable lighting equipment that doesn't generate glare, shadows, or other hindering effects is necessary for a thorough skin inspection. Lighting systems for examination rooms should offer a balance of cozy ambient and task lighting.

The choice of the proper equipment is very difficult to work due to the variety of lighting devices and the wide range of technical and design requirements. Proper interpretation of the data is frequently challenging, even though the manufacturers provide thorough information about the technical parameters of the equipment.

Examination lights highlight particular portions of a patient's body during diagnostic procedures and general examinations. The visible spectrum is where these lights are meant to produce their useful energy primarily. Small surgical procedures such as minor cosmetic surgery use examination lamps.

Product Details

  • Volume 80 dm³
  • weight is 13.4 kg
  • An integrated rechargeable battery with a minimum of 2 hours of battery life can be provided upon request and for an additional cost.
  • LED inspection light on wheels with an articulating arm.


  • The lowest color temperature is 4,000 K.

  • 95 is the bare minimum CRI (color rendering index).

  • LEDs should last at least 40,000 hours.

  • Adjustable floor-to-light height should have a minimum range of 1.1 to 1.75 meters.

  • An on/off switch.

  • Power specifications: 100–240 volts at 50–60 Hz.

  • With a low center of gravity and a heavy base.

  • LED lights are arranged in a cluster on a single light head.

  • Between the lamp and the base stand, articulating arm.

  • Five anti-static swivel castors on a base are arranged in a star shape.

  • The brakes have been installed on at least two castors.

  • Fixed focus field of view of at least 14 cm.

  • 60,000 minimum lux lighting at 0.5 meters.

Environmental Conditions

  • The operating parameters are ten °C to 30°C and 75% relative humidity.
  • Storage conditions: -10°C to 50°C and 75% relative humidity.
  • 700–1060 hPa is the atmospheric pressure.
  • IP20 for ingress protection.

Factors to Consider

  • Management of shadows and glare: Medical examinations involve time-consuming processes that call for a clear view of the examination area. The medical team's heads, bodies, and arms may cast shadows, momentarily obstructing the field of vision. Shadows can practically be eliminated by using various, easily cross-focused light sources.
    Eye strain, visual blurring, and focus loss are all effects of lighting glare.
  • Integration with imaging equipment: High-definition audio or visual equipment is frequently integrated with surgical, dental, and veterinary lights. These might be necessary to give surgical camera images for instructional purposes or to let patients view particular locations. Different lighting configurations offer varying functionalities when it comes to integrating imaging equipment.
  • Mobility: A major necessity for surgical or examination lighting is mobility. The region under inspection or the surgical cavity can be easily moved around with the help of mobile lighting fitted on a wheeled frame. This has the advantage of providing effective light positioning with less shadow.
  • Backup power supply: If a power outage occurs during medical treatment, serious problems may result. Several different power sources must power surgery and examination lights or have a generator or battery backup.
  • Lighting intensity: Medical procedure lights should be selected based on lighting intensity. The amount of light that strikes a surface per square meter is measured as illumination or light output, and is expressed in lux.
    Technical criteria state that the light output for surgery are between 40,000 and 160,000 lux and the minimum requirement for examination light is 1,000 lux.


Examining a patient requires examination lamps, which are significant equipment that general practitioners can use in clinics, nurses in large hospitals, dermatologists, gynecologists, and a variety of other healthcare specialists. They are medical-grade lights mounted on walls, ceilings, portable, movable stands, or any other suitable surface to fit any setting. There is a need for specialized lighting if one wants to light a surgical theater, exam room, dentist chair, or veterinary clinic.

Medical examination lights, surgical procedure lights, and other specialist medical lights have certain characteristics needed to carry out delicate procedures like surgery and examinations. Conventional lighting is inadequate for medical practice due to its color temperature, ambiance heat, and propensity to cast shadows.

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