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Start at a low setting at the light source
I'd say starting at a low setting will increase the lifetime expectancy a lot.
Mostly I see people starting at 70% or 80% just because they have a experience with bad guides.
Starting at 30% or 40% depending on the diameter of the light guide does it for us.
This can save you serious money!
In our OR's the light power setting almost never exeeds 35% (300W systems) everything above is completely useless. The camera system wil regulate the extra lighting down. higher settings only result in more heat development and damage to the used materials.
J.M. (Michel) Vonhof
Medisch Klinisch Technicus
Ziekenhuis St Jansdal Harderwijk


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