IsoLux Offers Repair Services for Xenon Light Source

We are proud to announce the expansion of services to include the repair of Xenon Light Sources. IsoLux has been manufacturing a range of medical examination lights since 2003. We also retain our expertise in performing surgical headlight repair services. We understand the value of your equipment and the investment made. Just because one part …

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Battery Maintenance Guide

IsoLux Battery Specifications- FAQBattery maintenance is important to keep your IsoLux system working to its fullest potential. Below are frequently asked questions we receive with answers so that you can get the longest life and peak performance from your IsoLux batteries. This is a guide for battery maintenance of IsoLux portable headlights only.  Is there anything …

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Surgical Headlights: How to Choose the Right Light

In surgical settings, there can be unique challenges for every surgeon. That is why choosing the right surgical headlamp is critical to the success of the procedure and a patient’s well-being. Surgeons and staff work under stressful conditions. It is critical the tools they use, especially lighting, are appropriate for the procedure and surgical setting. …

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Surgical Loupes and Cameras Global Market to Reach $565.5MM by 2026

Surgical loupes are devices that aid in improving the visualization of tiny anatomical structures during dental procedures or surgical procedures such as neurosurgery, ENT, spine surgery, and P&R surgery. Surgical loupes facilitate several complex and specialized surgeries, particularly in the field of plastic surgery, vascular surgery, transplantation surgery, oncology, and urology, among others. Surgical dental …

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Isolux Magnum Surgical Headlight Battery Pack

Why Do Old Lithium-Ion Batteries Take So Long to Charge

Battery users often ask: “Why does an old Li-ion lake so long to charge?” Indeed, when Li-ion gets older, the battery takes its time to charge even if there is little to fill. We call this the “old-man syndrome.”