Average lifespan: LED lights are superior to traditional halogen or gas lamps in that they have a long lifespan. Traditional lamps usually have to be replaced after 600 to 5,000 hours of use. The average life of LED lights is more than 50,000 hours.
The development of surgical shadowless lamps has made great progress in terms of function and service life. The service life of the shadowless lamp depends on many factors. Today, we mainly make an understanding of the service life of the bulb of the surgical shadowless lamp. Most of the current surgical shadowless lamps use LED as the light source, and the service life can reach 50,000 hours. Before that, the surgical shadowless lamp used halogen lamps as the light source, and the service life was much lower than that of the LED surgical shadowless lamp. Why is there such a big difference?
As far as the light source is concerned, the LED, which is the light-emitting diode, has extremely low energy consumption. And the cold light source that it emits hardly generates heat, which greatly helps to reduce the temperature rise of the surgical shadowless lamp, making it achieve no heat generation of the surgical shadowless lamp. At the same time, because the LED lamp does not contain any heavy metal materials such as mercury, it is in line with the current environmental protection concept. For halogen lamps, a lot of heat will be generated during use. Although part of the heat will be dissipated through other methods, it will still affect its service life.
In terms of structure, with the upgraded replacement of shadowless lamps, the internal structure is also constantly optimized. For example, the light source board of the JoRadiant LED surgical shadowless lamp uses an overall aluminum substrate, which reduces a large number of flying wires, making the light source component structure of the shadowless lamp more concise, more stable in quality, and better in heat dissipation. Naturally, its service life will be much longer.