Orascoptic debuts new cordless headlight

December 2, 2015

Orascoptic™, a leader in superior vision solutions for dental and medical professionals, introduced Spark™, a cordless headlight that reportedly integrates with virtually any loupe or eyewear frame model.

Orascoptic, a leader in superior vision solutions for dental and medical professionals, introduced Spark, a cordless headlight that reportedly integrates with virtually any loupe or eyewear frame model.

Featuring a reportedly innovative, patent-pending design, the Spark is said to dispense weight evenly across the bridge of a frame, minimizing concentrated facial pressure. Capacitive touch controls are designed to enable the clinician to turn the headlight on and off with ease in between procedures and patient consultations.

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Co-axially mounted to your loupe, Spark reportedly emits a precisely focused beam of 32,000 illilumens that uniformly illuminate the entire field of view while also reducing shadowing in the operating area.

Maintaining compliance with blue light testing standards set by the International Electrotechnical Commision (IEC), the cool white light of Spark is said to deliver a desireable environment for shade matching.

Spark reportedly employs constant current technology to ensure consistent light output throughout six hours of battery runtime. Additional features include a low-battery indicator that notifies the user when capacity is below 20 percent and a versatile micro USB charger for convenient charging on the go.

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