What’s the difference between LED operating light and halogen operating light?


The main difference between LED operating lights and Halogen operating lights is the type of light source they use.

Halogen operating lights use a tungsten filament that emits light when electrical currents pass through it. They are inexpensive and have been the standard for surgical lighting for decades. However, they have a few drawbacks, such as a relatively short lifespan, high heat output, high energy consumption, and yellowish color temperature.

LED operating lights use light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to produce light. They have a longer lifespan, lower heat output, lower energy consumption, and brighter and whiter light than halogen lights. LED lights are also more environmentally friendly since they don’t contain harmful substances, such as mercury, which is common in fluorescent lights.

In summary, Mingtai LED operating lights offer superior performance, higher efficiency, and fewer environmental problems than halogen operating lights.


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