Evolving design, revolutionary features
- Full HD camera wired
- Small light patch
- Light patch positioning (laser)
- Automatic Illumination Management (AIM)
- Luminance Management Device (LMD)
- Comfort Light (optional)
Surgical safety – color remains stable over time
Maquet PowerLED II uses only white LEDs to render natural and faithful colors. White LEDs prevent the distracting colored shadows that can appear on the surgical field with the use of colored LEDs¹. A color rendering index of better than 96 facilitates clear interpretation and diagnosis. And with long-life LEDs, you can expect more than 60,000 hours of reliable service with no shifts of the optical parameters and no risk to patients.
Maquet PowerLED II improves conditions before, during and after each procedure. Long hours in the surgical suite require constant concentration, steady hands, and stamina. But surgeons can’t devote their full attention to the procedure if they are distracted by shadows or lighting repositioning. The workplace experience can be dramatically improved with best-in-class illumination.
High-quality illumination helps to relieve strain, ensure confident assessment, and minimize distractions to return the surgeon’s full attention to the patient. When lights are properly positioned, no time or attention is lost in adjustments. Maquet PowerLED II offers features to ideally position lighting which facilitates surgical procedures.
Boost function – prevent surgical complications
Maximum illumination up to 160,000 lux can be achieved by using boost mode during severe bleeding. This gives additional light when needed, but minimizes radiant heat during normal operation to prevent tissue drying – even in the most sensitive patients. You can operate in total confidence, with no additional uncontrolled risk.*
Smart electronics – prevent downtime
All LEDs are independently controlled by smart electronics, ensuring maximum illumination even in the event of an electronic failure.
Improving OR hygiene
Hospital-acquired infections contribute to the high cost of healthcare, and delay patient recoveries. Getinge has taken steps to minimize the risk of complications from nosocomial infections throughout the OR by developing an antibacterial coating on high touch surfaces such as touchscreens, keypads and external handles. This coating helps to reduce the risk of cross-contamination and hospital-acquired infection to keep patients safe.
Open ring design – asepsis compatibility
The open ring design**, smooth surfaces and excellent heat dissipation aim to work with laminar air flows from all ceiling air flow systems
Full integration to the OR environment from conventional to hybrid rooms
The antibacterial touchscreen wall keypad allows the synchronization of the cupola to meet surgeon or specialty preferences, without the risk of cross-contamination. Preventive maintenance, including backup power supply testing, operating parameter storage, self-diagnostics, and remote control and communication can be provided. An RS-232 interface can be linked to various integrated products.
Sharing information in full HD quality such as best practices among surgeons or to document procedures for risk management.
The quick lock system allows accessories such as HD cameras to be quickly and easily connected and disconnected without special tools. This minimizes setup time between procedures, and allows easy pooling of accessories, with cameras shared throughout the surgical suite.
The Maquet Satelite Anchoring System allows equipment to be positioned within reach of the surgeon, concealing wires and cables to improve safety and hygiene. Equipment can be easily added, removed and upgraded to meet future requirements.