HEINE mini3000 LED series
HEINE LED: SETTING A NEW STANDARD
The new HEINE mini 3000 instruments with LED illumination.
The new HEINE mini 3000 instruments with LED
illumination produce a colour rendering value of more than 95 and an individual value for red colours of more than 90, ensuring red is red, blue is blue.
Colour temperature: 4,000 Kelvin.
To be able to discern even the slightest abnormalities, it is necessary to properly illuminate the object being examined. It‘s not a question of utilizing the brightest LED available, but utilizing the right LED and combining it with the optical system of the instrument to achieve the optimum brightness for the examination. This is guaranteed with all of our LED instruments.
The integrated light modules and apertures provide an absolutely homogeneous illuminated light spot. The light fall-off to the edge is so low that it cannot be perceived by the human eye.
We utilize heat-diffusing materials and an optimally proportioned instrument interior to conduct heat away from the LED. This guarantees consistent quality and performance throughout the LEDs’ lifetime.
For HEINE half an eternity is not enough. That’s why our LEDs for mini 3000 instruments have a virtually unlimited working life of up to 50,000 hours.
LEDs require less power than XHL Xenon-Halogen bulbs, which leads to an ON-time of up to 10 hours. As a result the batteries need to be changed or recharged much less often.
When the instrument is turned on, it illuminates at the maximum light intensity, then the light intensity is reduced to the level that corresponds to the current charge status of the battery. This provides a useful visual indication to the battery state of your instrument.
With conventional LED instruments the illumination output gives no indication when the battery state is low. The mini 3000 instruments’ LED illumination system slowly reduces the brightness in accordance with the charge remaining in your batteries. This exclusive system ensures you know when to change or recharge your batteries – before an examination is interrupted.