Page 1

Clinics / Medical practices

GOOD LIGHT FOR DEMANDING VISUAL TASKS


2

LIGHT FOR SPECIAL DEMANDS LED FOR THE HIGHEST LIGHTING QUALITY WITH A MINIMUM ENERGY CONSUMPTION


SUMMARY

SUMMARY LIGHTING SOLUTIONS FOR ALL CLINICAL AREAS

PAGE LIGHTING SOLUTIONS

6

MINOR SURGERY / EMERGENCIES

Dmed® triango Dmed® isis duo

8

EXAMINATION / TREATMENT ROOMS

Dmed® halux LED Dmed® isis

10

GYNECOLOGY / MATERNITY

Dmed® saturn LED Dmed® oculux

12

INTENSIVE CARE

Dmed® hx D care® melux LED Dmed® halux two

14

INTENSIVE CARE / RECOVERY WARDS

Dlite® vanera D care® medicool

16

PATIENT‘S ROOMS

Dlite® amadea Dlite® vanera D care® amalia

18

WAITING ROOMS / STAIRWAYS / CORRIDORS

Dlite® amadea Dlite® vanera

20

REGISTRATION / WAITING ROOMS / CONSULTATION

Dlite® amadea TYCOON D care® amalia

TECHNOLOGY / PLANNING

24

GENERAL LIGHTING

Lighting Technology Fundamentals

OVERVIEW

32

PRODUCT FAMILY

Product family overview

ADVANTAGES

40

YOUR ADVANTAGES

Your advantages at a glance

PARTNERS

42

DERUNGS / WALDMANN

Lighting Solution Partners

3


4

GOOD LIGHTING FOR DEMANDING VISUAL TASKS INDIVIDUAL LIGHTING SOLUTIONS Derungs was founded in 1939 and has over 70 years’ experience in the development and manufacturing of lighting systems for the clinical environment. Today, the task of modern hospitals is to offer treatment and care to people who are sick, suffering and seeking medical treatment. The hospital system is designed to provide the highest available degree of comfort for the shortest possible hospital stay. Derungs lighting solutions are designed to support the physician and nursing staff in their duties throughout the day and night while creating a cozy and comfortable environment for the patient. Moreover, by using the newest lighting technology available, Derungs luminaires are designed to be environmentally friendly - reducing our carbon footprint and achieving real energy savings of over 50%. We would be happy to demonstrate the benefits that Derungs lighting solutions can offer in

G YN M EC AT O ER LO N GY IT Y /

the everyday activities of a hospital setting.


5

RE / E CA RD A NSIV INTE VERY W O REC S OOM ‘S R IENT PAT

RE GI ST

RA TIO N

TING I A W MS O O R

CON SULT ATIO N

LIGHT SHED ON THE ISSUE

EX A TREA MINATIO TMEN N T RO OMS

M IN EM O ER R S G UR EN G CI ER ES Y

CORRIDORS / STAIRCASES

DAY ROOMS


6

Dmed速 triango LED TREATMENT LIGHT WITH HIGHEST LIGHTING QUALITY AND LOWEST ENERGY CONSUMPTION, FLEXIBLE IN USE


MINOR SURGERY / EMERGENCIES

MINOR SURGERY / EMERGENCIES LIGHT YOU CAN ALWAYS RELY ON

The visual tasks of the physician in a surgical or emergency situation are critical to the care of the patient. It is particularly crucial that the lighting fixture be reliable. Of course, it must have an accurate color rendering and a glare-free light field. It must also be easy to maneuver, have a wide range of movement and the ability to stay where it is positioned. A physician’s lighting must have: • • • • • • •

Lighting outputs up to 55‚000 lux / 3.4 ft (1 m) allow for a perfect view of treatment area Work area free of shadows Glare-free light field Ability to localize illumination of patient’s body Simple movement and precise positioning without effort Easy cleaning Must be compliant with requirements as per EN 6060 ff

Dmed® triango • LED Technology • 55‚000 lux / 3.4 ft (1 m) • Light field fixed 6.3“ (160 mm) • Color rendering Ra > 95, R9 > 90 • Color temperature of 4500 K • 5 dimming levels with display • 30‚000 hour maintenance-free LED lamp life • Heat radiates toward back of unit away from patient • Glare- and shadow-free • Handle removable for sterilizing • Energy efficiency with only 30 W power consumption

Dmed® isis duo • Halogen Technology • 2 x 42‚000 lux / 3.4 ft (1 m) • Light field 2 x 6“ (150 mm) • Accurate color rendering Ra. 95, R9 > 90 • Color temperature of 4300 K • 2 dimming levels (60 % / 100 %) • Heat radiates toward back of unit away from patient • Glare- and shadow-free • Handle removable for sterilizing • Energy efficiency with 2 x 65 W power consumption

7


8

Dmed速 halux LED HANDY AND COMPACT WITH THE HIGHEST FUNCTIONALITY


EXAMINATION / TREATMENT ROOMS

EXAMINATION / TREATMENT ROOMS Lighting for a medical office or facility must be very specific to the needs of the medical professional. Depending on the type of examination being done, color temperature and beam angle, as well as a strong, adaptable arm are invaluable instruments in the office.

Dmed® halux LED • 50‚000 lux / 20 ” (0.5 m) • 5-level dimming option • Adjustable color temperatures: 3500 K, 4100 K, 4700 K • Light field 6.7 ” (170 mm) • Color rendering Ra > 95, R9 > 94 • 30‚000 hour maintenance-free LED lamp life • Heat radiates toward back of unit away from patient • Simple control unit on the head • Minimum maintenance costs and high energy efficiency thanks to LED technology • Arm system with friction joint for safe and easy positioning of the light

Dmed® isis • Halogen Technology • 42‚000 lux / 3.4 ft (1 m) • Light field 2 x 6 ” (150 mm) • Color rendering Ra > 95 • Color temperature of 4300 K • 2 dimming levels (60% / 100 %) • Heat radiates toward back of unit away from patient • Glare- and shadow-free • Handle removable for sterilizing • Energy efficiency with 65 W power consumption

9


10

Dmed速 saturn LED ROBUST, WITH THE HIGHEST FUNCTIONALITY


GYNAECOLOGY / MATERNITY

GYNECOLOGY / MATERNITY As with any exam, a gynecological or obstetric exam can be stressful. The physician tries to put the patient in a pleasant environment to help her relax. It is imperative that the physician be able to rely on his or her tools for exams and procedures done in the office. With adjustable light levels and dimming capabilities, the physician can concentrate on the patient and know that he’s working with best technology available.

Dmed® saturn LED • • • • • • • • •

55‚000 lux / 3.4 ft (1 m) Adjustable light field: 5.5 ”- 12.6 ” (140 mm - 320 mm) Variable color temperatures: 3700 K, 4500 K, 5000 K Color rendering Ra > 93 30‚000 hour maintenance-free LED lamp life Heat radiates toward back of unit away from patient 6 levels of dimming options (20% - 100%) Very low power consumption at approx. 30 W Also available as a halogen light

Dmed® oculux • • • • • • • • •

 0‚000 lux / 20 ” (0.5 m) 2 5 light dimming levels Color rendering Ra > 93 Adjustable color temperatures: 3500 K, 4300 K, 5100 K Continuously adjustable light field size Control unit on head Minimal maintenance costs and high energy efficiency Heat radiates toward back of unit Arm system with friction joint for safe and easy positioning

11


12

Dmed® hx PROVEN 100‚000 TIMES


INTENSIVE CARE

INTENSIVE CARE Top modern medical technology, 24-hour supervision and care are requirements in an intensive care unit. Exceptional working conditions hold the highest priority for physicians and staff in this unit. Optimal lighting is crucial in helping the staff administer any care necessary and from feeling the fatigue of long working shifts.

This innovative LED workplace luminaire has been specially developed for the medical environment. It combines light quality, energyefficiency, and design, and meets the everyday working requirements of the hospital with full reliability. Dcare melux LED reading light is ideal in the operation and procedure rooms for apparatus trolleys, respirators, and anesthetic equipment, as well as in laboratories.

D care® melux LED • • • • • • • • •

400 lux / 20 ” (0.5 m) Light field: 20” x 20” (500 mm x 500 mm) Easy cleaning and hygienic Dimmable Color Temperature 4100 K Luminaire head IP44 Flexible covered arm Color rendering Ra > 80 Meets normative requirements EN 60598-1 and EN 60598-2-25

Dmed® halux two • • •

Switchable light intensity: 6000 lux / 20 ” (0.5 m) or 30‚000 lux / 20 ” (0.5 mm) Individually adjustable Risk-free placing of the light. Heat is radiated to back of fixture and away from physician and patient • Robust attractive design - long lifetime guaranteed • Easy to maintain and clean

13


14

Dlite速 vanera DESIGN AND AESTHETIC IN PERFECTION.


INTENSIVE CARE

INTENSIVE CARE / RECOVERY WARD The Intensive Care and Recovery Area of a hospital is really a two-fold environment. On one hand, physicians and staff are busy keeping close watch on patients, equipment, and charts. On the other, it is important for the patient to feel as comfortable and calm as possible. The lighting must be utilitarian in nature while producing a pleasant environment.

Dlite® vanera • Ambient room lighting (indirect) • Reading light (direct) • Examination light (indirect / direct) • Night light (LED or DALI) • Microprism optics for optimal asymmetrical light distribution • Uniform room lighting and comfortable glare, reflection and shadow-free light • Upon request: various lighting options can be switched on and off or dimmed individually

D care® medicool • • • • • • •

Glare-free reading light Lighting care and minor examinations Low heat generation Spring-balanced arm system for easy and secure positioning of the luminaire Protective screen from heat source Low maintenance through long-lasting light source and simple replacement Meets criteria according to IEC 60598-2-25

15


16

Night light

General light

Examination light

Reading light

Dlite速 amadea THE RIGHT LIGHT FOR EVERY SITUATION


PATIENT‘S ROOMS

PATIENT ROOMS Lighting in a patient’s room must be multi-functional. Design emphasis today is placed on offering a high quality well-being for both the patients and staff. It is believed that lighting that conveys a functional, homey, and comforting feeling in a clinical environment contributes towards the healing process.

Dlite® vanera • • • • • • • •

 Ambient room lighting (indirect) Reading light (direct) Examination light (indirect / direct) Night light (LED or DALI) Microprism optics for optimal asymmetrical light distribution Modular construction using high quality materials and technology Upon request: toolbox with socket Upon request: electric switching relay for reading light via light call system

D care® amalia • Powerful reading and care light with 3 3000 K LEDs • ON / OFF sensor for orientation/night light • 360 degree head rotation • Easy maintenance and cleaning • Flexible covered arm • Friction joint on stand • Choice of 3 shade designs

Foil shade (washable)

Rattan shade

17


18

Dlite速 amadea HIGHEST LIGHT QUALITY IN TIMELESS DESIGN


WAITING ROOMS / STAIRWAYS / CORRIDORS

WAITING ROOMS / STAIRWAYS / CORRIDORS Public areas such as corridors, stairways and lounge areas are meant to accommodate heavy traffic areas. The lighting should be bright enough for people to see clearly without being harsh. These areas should have the same comfortable atmosphere as the patients’ rooms.

Dlite® amadea • Available as ceiling or wall luminaire • General lighting indirect /direct • E xcellent lighting efficiency and output thanks to the DRS Double Reflecting System and TS fluorescent lamps • Hanging height adaptation 7.9 ” - 5 ft (20 - 150 cm) Suitable for various ceiling heights • Homogeneous and uniform room lighting • Provides clear perceptions and safety • Emergency lighting with 3 hour battery operation (upon request) • Glare-free light generates shadow free illumination

Dlite® vanera • A  vailable as ceiling or wall luminaire • General lighting indirect /direct • Optimal light distribution, little shadow formation, minimal reflection, excellent glare limitation • Special prismatic plastic profiles for an optimised light control • Direct ceiling installation, especially suited for low ceilings up to a height of 7.6 ft (2.3 m) • Modular construction possible • Upon request toolbox spot (accented lighting), emergency lighting with 3 hours battery operation • Also available as “Visual Timing Light” (biodynamic lighting allowing an orientation based on the evolution of the sunlight during the day)

19


20

Dlite速 amadea GLARE-FREE, HIGHLY DEVELOPED WORKPLACE LIGHT


REGISTRATION / WAITING ROOM / CONSULTATION

REGISTRATION / WAITING ROOMS / CONSULTATION Whether in the hospital or the doctor‘s practice, the specialist personnel have, in addition to the medical activities, a lot of office work to perform. The wide usage of modern communication systems with the many computer applications involved, requires suitable general and desktop lighting.

Light supporting work on computer screens It is important to adhere to the requirement for a minimum lighting intensity of 500 lux. But, furthermore, it is also essential to ensure a workplace free from any discomfort, that protects the eyes. The requirements for up-to-date workplace lighting for specialist personnel involve a harmonious lighting effect that allows both for well-being and economical use of energy. Modern power-saving fluorescent lamps with electronic ballasts fulfill all these requirements. Two criteria are especially important with regard to lighting design: limitation of direct lighting and limitation of light reflections on the screen.

Advantages • Glare-free,  highly developed work place lighting for specialist personnel (office and computer work) • Homogeneous and pleasant room lighting for safe orientation of patients and visitors • V  ery high efficiency through the use of high-efficiency T5 light sources

• C  omfortable atmosphere thanks to a suitable light distribution and light color • A  ll-round glare-free, allowing for an axis-oriented positioning of the luminaires. Flexible design is thus guaranteed • E  nergy efficiency - energy saving thanks to low power consumption and electronic ballasts

• H  igh ease of maintenance. The luminaires can be cleaned easily and without the use of tools

21


22

TYCOON GLARE FREE, PLEASANT LIGHTING ATMOSPHERE MAXIMUM COST- EFFICIENCY, HIGH-LEVEL PROVEN ENERGY EFFICIENCY


REGISTRATION / WAITING ROOM / CONSULTATION

REGISTRATION / WAITING ROOMS / CONSULTATION

Dlite® amadea • General lighting indirect /direct • Carefully designed geometric light control allows clear, light-flooded rooms with a pleasant atmosphere • Direct ceiling installation, especially suited for low ceilings up to a height of 7.6 ft (2.3 m) • Little shadow formation, minimal reflection, excellent glare limitation • Modular construction with respect to materials, design, functionality and technology

D care® amalia • • • • • •

1000 lux / 20 ” (0.5 m) Powerful reading and care light with 3 3000 K LEDs Handle with lighted ON /OFF sensor 360 degree head rotation Flexible arm Choice of 3 shade designs

Foil shade (washable)

Rattan shade

23


24

LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS

LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS ILLUMINANCE wesentliche Faktoren einer guten Beleuchtung.

10‚000 Lux cloudy sky 2‚500 Lux at a window in the room

100‚000 Lux in the sun

10‚000 Lux in the shadow

0.2 Lux midnight full moon 300 Lux in the middle of the room

10 Lux street lighting 6‚000 Lux under a sunblind

1 Lux Candlelight

10 Lux in the cellar

Various everyday illuminances

Illuminance Illuminance, that is to say the luminous power radiated onto an area, using the unit Lux, is the most important measurement in lighting technology. As a result of declining eyesight, older people need higher levels of lighting for navigating the same visual tasks as younger people. Throughout the day also transition areas between light and dark, e.g. house

entrances, which appear especially bright during the day and dimmed at night (lock function), must be lighted so as to facilitate the adjustment of the eye when entering from the light of the world outside into the darker interior. Sufficient illuminance reduces uncertainty and accidents.

Cylindrical illuminance Cylindrical illuminance is the evaluation criterion for the lighting level of vertical and nearly vertical areas of spatial items. It is also used as the measurement for the impression of brightness in the room, especially as the evaluation criterion of the brightness of faces. An optimal cylindrical illuminance allows excellent recognition of faces, door handles, light switches, colors etc.

Thanks to the usage of high-quality components in connection with innovative technologies in the development of luminaires, Derungs Licht AG can ensure the maximum ullimunance with her luminaires.


LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS

LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS COLOR RENDERING / COLOR RENDERING PROPERTIES

Color rendering The impression of color of an illuminated object is dependent upon the spectral composition of the light. For this reason, the spectral properties of the light source play an important role. Cool white lighting highlights blue, purple and green shades. Warm white lighting highlights red, yellow and orange shades.

the worse the colors on the illuminated objects are rendered.

Lamps with the highest color rendering of level 1A will be requested for skin examination, medical treatment and operations. These are so-called colorcritical requirements. These lamps produce less light, and are somewhat more A measuring value, the color rendering expensive than the fluorescent lighting of index Ra, is used in order to describe level 1B (lamps with good color rendering the color rendering properties of light for interior lighting), but they ensure sources. This index indicates how the the specialist carrying out the treatment colors will be reflected under the respec- an absolutely color-true light. tive light source in comparison with the color reproduction in natural daylight. The Determination of the Ra value of a light highest Ra value is identified with the source number 100 - Ra 100 means that all the colors of an object are perceived as in Generally, in order to determine the Ra natural daylight. These then appear to the value of a light source, 14 determined test viewer as “natural”. The more the color colors, which are dominant in the nature, reproduction index Ra deviates from 100, are lighted with a reference light source

and with the light source to be tested. The smaller the differences between the reference light source and the tested light source, the better the color rendering properties of the tested light source. The red test color R9 plays an especially important role in medicine, since the differentiation of various shades of red with tissues and blood is extremely difficult. R13 is the “skin color” test color. It is generally very important for skin treatment (for better recognition of blood-vessels and veins), especially in doctor’s practices, and in the area of cosmetics.

Ra

R10

R11

R12

R13

R14 Leaf Green

R9

Pink (skin color)

Turquoise blue

R8

Saturated Blue

Light Green

R7

Saturated Green

Yellow Green

R6

Saturated Yellow

R5

Saturated Red

R4

Lilac

R3

Aster Purple

R2

Sky Blue

R1

Mustard Yellow

from R1 - R8

Old pink

Ra is the index formed

Color rendering properties Poor color rendering properties make it impossible for our eye to recognise all present colors.

Negative

Shades highlighted

Shades highlighted

with cool white light

with warm white light

Good color rendering properties enable our eye to see all actually present colors.

Positive

25


26

LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS

LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS LIGHT COLOR AND COLOR TEMPERATURE

Light color / Color temperature

The light colors of lamps

The color of a lamp is characterised by its color temperature. The object of comparison is the “black body” (made of platinum) which, when it is heated, takes very precise colors at determined temperatures. At the beginning it is dark red, then red, after that orange, then yellow, finally white, and at very hot temperatures light blue. A specific color is thus defined with an indication of the temperature in K (Kelvin) of the ”black body“. The Kelvin temperature scale begins at the absolute zero point (- 459,67 °F / - 273 ºC).

The standards divide the light colors of the lamps into three groups: Light color

Color temperature in Kelvin

Warm white (ww)

< 3300

Neutral white (nw)

3300 - 5300

Daylight white (dw)

> 5300

Tabelle Table forfür visual visuelles understanding: Verstehen:

Red heat / 500 K

Candle / 1500 K

Light bulb 40 W / 2680 K

Halogen lamp / 3200 K

Late evening sun / 3500 K

Fluorescent lamp / 2000 - 17000K

Morning sun / 5000 K

Midday sun / 5500 K

Photo flash / 6000 K

Fog / 8000 K

In the shadow / 9-12000 K

Northern light / 15-25000 K


LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS

LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND MAINTENANCE / LIGHT FIELD DIMENSION

Energy efficiency (room lights)

Maintenance factor WF

Formula

It should never be forgotten that older lighting installations consume more energy than new ones. Investments can thus be amortized through savings even in a short period of time. All our room lights are fitted with T5 bulbs and electronic ballasts. This already brings about great energy savings. Much light with low energy consumption long-life fluorescent lamps (15,000 hours) = low maintenance costs.

The illuminance of the lighting density diminishes with time. To describe the reduction of lighting intensity through e.g. the ageing of the light sources, a maintenance factor of 0.67 is recommended for indoor lighting in normal ageing and pollution conditions, and up to 0.5 in critical conditions.

Maintenance value and maintenance factors determine the new value: Maintenance value = new value x maintenance factor. Advantage Thanks to the enclosed construction of our luminaires, the value is reduced to only 0.8.

New lighting saves energy Modern lighting systems consume only 25 % of the energy.

100 % 80 %

1 - Luminaires with opal covers, standard fluorescent lamps and conventional ballasts

60 % 40 %

2 - Luminaires with mirror reflectors, three-band fluorescent lamps and low-loss ballasts

20 % 0%

1

2

3

3 - Luminaires with specular louvers, directional light distribution, three-band fluorescent lamps and electronic ballasts 4 - Same as 3, however with daytime lighting and presence-dependent control

4

Light field size (light field diameter) of surgical and examination lights D10

D50

The light field diameter D10 is the area where the illuminance reaches 10% of the central illuminance. D50 must be greater than or equal to half of D10. D10 is the visually perceived light or work field.

Emax = 100%

27


28

LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS

LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS HEAT AND HEAT MANAGEMENT / SHADOWS

Heat and heat management of surgical and examination lights There are two situations where heat during treatment can be detrimental: Heat in the treated area Heat dries out open wounds too quickly and promotes the growth of bacteria.

Heat at head height Usually the top of the light is located very close to the head of the attending physician. Heat radiating from the light affects the level of performance. The warmer the space the faster tiredness sets in and can cause headaches.

Avoiding heat Filter glass and special luminaire head designs can reduce, or even avoid, this development of heat at head height or on the treated area. This allows creating thermally favorable working conditions. Filter glass Reflects back the infrared component of the light, so that no heat can escape from the front.

Luminaire head design Chimney effect - heat is radiated upwards thanks to the double wall construction of the luminaire head like in a chimney. Efficient optics Ideally, there would be no heat. Professional lighting technology with low light source power is the solution â&#x17E;&#x17E; Heat reduction!

Shadows A play of light and shade is essential for safe orientation in a room and for the detection of objects. We need shadows on objects for our spatial visualization. But these are undesirable and annoying for treatments/examinations and operations. In this area shadows reduce the light intensity, and thus impair the precise, focused and secure work.


LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS

LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS / DEFINITIONS

Classification of surgical and examination lighting according to International Standard EN 60601-2-41 Examination light Lighting in the patient’s environment for the local illumination of the body of the patient to support diagnosis or treatment, which could be stopped, in the case of loss of lighting, without risk to the patient. It is not intended for use in operating theatres.

illuminance (def. according to standards table). It is intended for diagnosis and treatment in the operating theatre, which could be stopped in the case of loss of lighting without risk to the patient.

Large operations light Single light in the patient’s environment for the local illumination of the body of the patient, failsafe (able to operate e.g. in the case of the failure of a component or power failure), and generating an adeMinor operations light quate central illuminance (def. according to (treatment light) standards table). It is intended to support Single light in the patient’s environment diagnosis and treatment and for use in the for the local illumination of the body of the operating theatre. patient, which produces an adequate central

Operation light system A combination of several surgical lights to illuminate the area around the body of the patient. It is failsafe (able to operate e.g. in the case of the failure of a component or power failure) and generates an adequate central illuminance (def. according to standard table). It is intended to support treatment and diagnosis as well as for use in the operating theatre.

TYPE OF LUMINAIRE SURGICAL LIGHTS

REQUIREMENT

EXAMINATION LIGHTS

FAILSAFE

NO

ANESTHESIA (INTENDED USE)

LOCAL

LOCAL / GENERAL

LOCAL / GENERAL

INTENDED INSTALLATION LOCATION

EXAMINATION ROOM

OPERATING THEATRE

OPERATING THEATRE

STERILIZABLE HANDLE

NO

SMALL OP (TREATMENT) NO

YES

LARGE OP AND SYSTEMS YES

YES

CENTRAL ILLUMINANCE

NO REQUIREMENT

40 - 160‚000 LUX 40 - 90‚000 LUX

LIGHT FIELD DIAMETER

NO REQUIREMENT

YES

LIGHT DISTRIBUTION D50 MUST BE > OR = 1/2 OF D10!

NO REQUIREMENT

YES

SHADOWS

NO REQUIREMENT

YES

3000 K - 6700 K 3500 K 85 - 100 RA > 90

3000 K - 6700 K 4300 K 85 - 100 RA > 90

3000 K - 6700 K 4300 K 85 - 100 RA > 90

NO REQUIREMENT

MAX. 6 MW/M2-LX

MAX. 6 MW/M2-LX

COLOR TEMPERATURE COLOR RENDERING INDEX TEMPERATURE INCREASE IN THE LIGHT FIELD STANDARD VALUES USUAL MARKET VALUES

✓ ✓ ✓

40 - 160‚000 LUX 90 - 160‚000 LUX YES YES YES

✓ ✓ ✓

29


30

LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS

LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS FOR PRACTICE DESGNERS PART 1

Recommended lighting levels according to EN 12464 (Lighting of workplaces).

Maintenance Illuminance Em in Lux

Glare Limitation / Glare Protection UGRL

Color Rendering Index Ra

Ref. No.

Type of Room Visual Task or Activity

7.1

Multi-purpose rooms

7.1.1

Waiting rooms

200

22

80

7.1.2

Corridors: during the day

200

22

80

7.1.3

Corridors: during the night

50

22

80

7.1.4

Day rooms

200

22

80

7.3

Bedrooms Maternity wards

7.3.1

General lighting

100

19

80

7.3.2

Reading lighting

300

19

80

7.3.3

Simple examinations

300

19

80

7.3.4

Examination and treatment

1000

19

90

7.3.5

Night lighting

5

-

80

7.3.6

Bathrooms for patients

200

22

80

7.4

Examination rooms (general)

7.4.1

General lighting

500

19

90

7.4.2

Examination and treatment

1000

19

90

7.8

Delivery rooms

7.8.1

General lighting

300

19

80

7.8.2

Examination and treatment

1000

19

80

Comment

All Illuminances on the floor

All Illuminances on the floor Illuminances on the floor


LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS

LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS FOR PRACTICE DESGNERS PART 2

Recommended lighting levels according to EN 12464 (Lighting of workplaces).

Maintenance Illuminance Em in Lux

Glare Limitation / Glare Protection UGRL

Color Rendering Index Ra

Comment

Dialysis

500

19

80

Lighting should be adjustable

7.9.2

Dermatology

500

19

90

7.9.3

Endoscopy rooms

300

19

80

7.9.4

Dressing rooms

500

19

80

7.9.5

Medical baths

300

19

80

7.9.6

Massage and radiation therapy

300

19

80

7.10

Operation Area

7.10.1

Preparation and recovery rooms

500

19

90

7.10.2

Operation theatres

1000

19

90

7.10.3

Operation field

7.11

Intensive care

7.11.1

General lighting

100

19

90

Illuminance on the floor

7.11.2

Simple examinations

300

19

90

Illuminance on the bed

7.11.3

Examination and treatment

1000

19

90

Illuminance on the bed

7.11.4

Night supervision

20

19

90

7.14

Sterile rooms

7.14.1

Sterilization rooms

300

22

80

7.14.2

Disinfection rooms

300

22

80

Ref. No.

Type of Room Visual Task or Activity

7.9

Treatment rooms (general))

7.9.1

Further information

Em 10‚000 - 100‚000 Lux

Other information relating to lighting design such as room size, reflection values, maintenance factors etc. must be obtained individually (according to the project).

31


32

PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

Dmed® triango • • • • • • • • • • • •

LED Technology 55‚000 lux / 3.4 ft (1 m) Light field fixed 6.3“ (160 mm) Accurate color rendering Ra > 95, R9 > 90 Light color 4500 K 5 dimming levels with display LED service time > 30,000 hours, maintenance- free No heat radiation Glare- and shadow-free Mobile and universally usable Removable and sterilizable handle Highest energy efficiency with 30 W

triango 30 C

triango 30 W

Dlite® isis duo • • • • • • • • • • •

Halogen Technology 2 x 42‚000 lux / 3.4 ft (1 m) Light field 2 x 6“ (150 mm) Accurate color rendering Ra > 95, R9 > 90 Light color 4300 K 2 dimming levels (60% / 100%) No heat radiation Glare- and shadow-free Mobile and universally usable Removable and sterilizable handle Energy efficient with 2 x 65 W

isis duo 50/50 C

triango 30 F


PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

Dmed® halux LED • • • • • • • • • •

50‚000 lux / 20” (0.5 m) 5-level dimmable light intensity Variable color temperatures (3500 K, 4100 K, 4700 K) allow individual contrast vision Light field fixed 6.7” (170 mm) Accurate color rendering Ra > 95, R9 > 94 Service time > 30,000 hours, maintenance- free Simple control unit on the head No heat radiation Minimal maintenance costs and high energy efficiency thanks to LED technology Arm system with friction joint for safe and easy positioning of the light

halux LED 20 C L1

halux LED 20 P LX

halux LED 20 P SX

Dmed® isis • • • • • • • • • •

Halogen Technology 42‚000 lux / 3.4 ft (1m) (2 levels 60% / 100 %) Light field 6” (150 mm) Accurate color rendering Ra > 95 Light color 4300 K 2 dimming levels (60% / 100%) Glare- and shadow-free Mobile and universally usable Removable and sterilizable handle Energy efficient with 65 W

isis 50 W

isis 50 C

isis 50 F

isis Battery 50 F

33


34

PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

Dmed® saturn LED • 55‚000 lux / 3.4 ft (1 m) • Adjustable light field, 5.5” - 12.6” (140 mm - 320 mm) • Light color 3700 K, 4500 K, 5000 K (3 levels) • Color rendering CRI 93 • Service life > 30,000 hours, maintenance-free • Simple operation with rotating knobs • No heat radiation • 6 levels of dimming options (20% - 100%) • Low power consumption about 30 W • Also available as a halogen light

saturn LED 30 W

saturn LED 30 C

halux LED 20 P SX

Dmed® oculux • • • • • • • • • •

 0‚000 lux / 20” (0.5 m) 2 Homogeneous light field 5-level dimmable light intensity Accurate color rendering Ra > 93 Variable color temperatures (3500 K, 4300 K, 5100 K) allow individual contrast vision Continuously adjustable light field size Simple control unit on the head Minimal maintenance costs and high energy efficiency thanks to LED technology No heat radiation in the light (reduces the drying of the tissue) Arm system with friction joint for safe and easy positioning of the light

oculux 12 P LX

oculux Gyn 12 P1 S6


PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

Dmed® hx • 6000 lux / 20” (0.5 m) or 32‚000 lux / 20” (0.5 m) • High energy efficiency and light output • Double-walled housing for optimized cooling of the luminaire head (hand-warm) • Flexible arm for simple positioning of the light • Standard adapter suitable for different mounting elements • Robust and functional design; long lifetime guaranteed • Simple disinfection cleaning thanks to smooth surfaces and resistant materials • Maintenance free thanks to long-lasting light sources and simple replacement • Examination lighting according to IEC 60601-2-41

hx 20/35 P FX

Dmed® halux two • • •

Switchable light intensity 6000 lux / 20” (0.5 m) or 30‚000 lux / 20” (0.5 m) Individually adjustable Risk-free placing of the light. The head of the luminaire remains hand-warm even after continuous operation • Robust attractive design - long lifetime guaranteed • Easy to maintain. Clean and easy to clean thanks to enclosed cable routing

halux two 35/35 P FX

35


36

PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

Dcare® melux LED • • • • • • • • • • • •

400 lux / 20” (0.5 m) Homogenous light field, about 20” x 20” (500 x 500 mm) Hygienic sensor switch Dimmable Light color 4100 K Very good disinfecting and cleaning properties thanks to its totally enclosed design IP44 for the luminaire head Flexible arm with plastic cover, length: 500 mm + 100 mm rigid Color rendering Ra > 80 Movable luminaire head ± 45° Housing color RAL 9010 pure white Meets the normative requirements EN 60598-1 and EN 60598-2-25

melux LED

Dcare® medicool • 600 lux / 20” (0.5 m) • Glare-free reading light • Lighting for care and minor examinations • Orientation light on the head of the lamp for finding the switch • Low heat generation • Spring-balanced arm system for easy and secure positioning of the luminaire • Protective screen to prevent from touching the light source • Energy-saving lamp • Guaranteed long service life • Low maintenance through long-lasting light source and simple replacement • Luminaire for use in rooms for medical purposes according to IEC 60598-2-25

medicool 14 P F1

medicool 14 P S3


PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

Dcare® amalia

9 P S4

• 1000 lux / 20” (0.5 m) • Powerful reading and care light with 3 warm white LEDs (3000 K) • ON /OFF sensor for the orientation / night light, in amber • 360 degree head rotation • Handle with illuminated ON/ OFF sensor for the reading light • Easy to clean thanks to the enclosed structure • Flexible arm with plastic covering • Friction joint on the stand • Choice of 3 shade designs

Foil shade (washable) 9 P S7

9 B S8

Rattan shade

Detailed product information can be found at ➞ www.derungslicht.com

37


38

PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

Dlite® amadea • Available as suspended or wall luminaire • General lighting indirect / direct • E xcellent lighting efficiency and output thanks to the DRS Double Reflecting System and TS fluorescent lamps • Hanging height adaptation 7.9” - 5 ft (20 - 150 cm). Suitable for various ceiling heights • Homogeneous and uniform room lighting • Provides clear perceptions and safety • Emergency lighting with 3 hours battery operation (upon request) • Glare-free light generates shadow free illumination

C = Ceiling W = Wall

54/54 C 2x54 C 2x28 C

2x39 W 39/39 W

Compact 55 W

Bed 54/54 W Bed 39/39 W Bed 2x39 W

39/39 W

2x54 C 2x28 C High-End 54/54 C

2x28 C 2x39 W Bed 54/54 W Bed 39/39 W 54/54 W, 2x54 HIgh-End W 39/39

2x24 C

Dlite® vanera • Available as ceiling or wall luminaire • General lighting indirect / direct • Optimal light distribution, little shadow formation, minimal reflection, excellent glare limitation • Special prismatic plastic profiles for an optimized light control • Direct ceiling installation, especially suited for low ceilings up to a height of 7.6 ft (2.3 m) • Modular construction possible • Upon request toolbox spot (accented lighting), emergency lighting with 3 hours battery operation • Also available as “Visual Timing Light” (Biodynamic lighting allowing an orientation based on the transition of the sunlight during the day) • Decoration upon request C = Ceiling W = Wall

2x24 W Bath 2x24 W

Dekor


PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW

TYCOON • Comprehensive lighting programme for all lighting applications with suspended, free-standing, desk-mounted and wall-mounted luminaires • New type of lighting technology with innovative micro prism • Very high efficiency • All-round glare control allows for axis-oriented positioning of the luminaire • Low power consumption

TYCOON DYP 228 / 235 / 254

TYCOON DYP 428 / 454

39


40

YOUR ADVANTAGES AT A GLANCE

YOUR ADVANTAGES AT A GLANCE

RANGE Our wide range provides for every wish and for your entire medical lighting solutions facility.

BENEFIT Our vision is based on the philosophy of combining functional solutions with elegant designs. Energy saving and cost/benefits-optimized.

SERVICE We offer excellent customer support as well as comprehensive lighting design and individual lighting concepts.

QUALITY AND SAFETY Our enterprise is ISO-9001-certified and all of our products meet the current medical standards.


41


42

DERUNGS / WALDMANN AS YOUR LIGHTING SOLUTION PARTNER

DERUNGS / WALDMANN AS YOUR LIGHTING SOLUTION PARTNER We offer a wide range of products, competent service and professional advice. Our efforts are aimed towards the long-term satisfaction of our customers. We are committed to creating healthy and comfortable environments to your healthcare facilities.

Lighting concepts - all from one source Selecting the appropriate lighting solution can be made considerably easier, already in the early planning stages, through different lighting calculations and visualization. This enables a detailed overview of the illuminances and their distribution. Our market segments Senior care / hospitals / medical practices / A realistic illustration allows the architect veterinary medicine and the operator to move insight into a solution and can serve as the basis for a decision. The so-called “all from one source“ solutions of Derungs/Waldmann Our offer In addition to our standard solutions offer the following advantages: we develop individual custom-made solutions, tailored to the wishes of our • The same lighting system suited for customers. Lighting solutions are built reception areas, corridors, rooms, using Derungs and Waldmann products. bathrooms, stairs and day rooms - the eye can therefore easily adjust to a • Waldmann = Office workplace defined light level. Also ideal as a lighting “design line” • The same light source for the whole • Derungs = Medical treatment and luminaire range (minimized spare room lighting parts stock) • Very easy maintenance and service requirements with very few tools thanks to the identical construction of Service / advice We offer you our support as an innovative, the luminaires flexible and reliable partner. Advice and • Professional advice and support in support are part of our service just as calculating lighting requirements much as comprehensive lighting design and individual lighting concepts. After your purchase, we will be, as partners, quickly and reliably at your side with our customer service. Our luminaire range Dmed® Treatment / examination lights Dcare® Reading / care lights Dlite® Room lights

RECOMMENDATIONS Bedside reading lights should be provided with a removal guard • No  unintentional extraction from the fixture (risk of accident/damage to the luminaire)

Lamps used in the medical sector should have smooth surfaces • Easy cleaning and disinfection

Cables should be routed in the articulated arm • No  mechanical damage with risk to the patient • Easier and safe cleaning

Low heat generation The special design of the Derungs luminaires and the use of high-quality light sources provide a low heat load on the illuminated surface, and minimal heat at the head of the luminaire. Even with the long operating times, dangers due to excessive heat (burns/fire) can thus be excluded.


DERUNGS / WALDMANN AS YOUR LIGHTING SOLUTION PARTNER

DERUNGS / WALDMANN AS YOUR LIGHTING SOLUTION PARTNER

Orientation light • Helps patients, even in the dark, to find the light switch

Spring-balanced luminaire joints • Easy to use • Quick positioning • No unintentional lowering of the luminaire (risk of accident or fire) • Less maintenance

Ergonomic handles for positioning the luminaire • The  switch and, whenever possible, also the orientation light, are installed on the handle • Specific surfaces (knobs) helping people with visual impairment to orient themselves

Fluorescent lamps / (energy saving lamps) • Much light with low energy consumption • Large scale and shadow-free illumination • Little heat (no heat load on the patients, no fire hazard) • Long service life (20,000 - 25,000 hours) = low maintenance costs

Halogen lamps • Pleasant, spot lighting • Thanks to cold light reflector lamps, less heat in the direction of the light • Housing with good heat evacuation • Additional protection (second glass) from contact with the hot light source • Spacers so that the lights do not rest on a smooth surface (overheating)

Cover The special material of the cover is heatresistant, is used for glare prevention, light distribution and prevents any interference.

Maintenance and Service • Patients’ lights should show sufficient quality in order to require only little maintenance • High-quality materials ensure a long service life • Long-life light sources with low power consumption lower the running costs • Optimal service guarantees a good partnership

Standards To guarantee maximum safety, the Derungs luminaires are designed, manufactured and certified in accordance with the relevant lighting standards and regulations of the medical branch: • C  E Marking pursuant to Directive 93/68/EEC • EC Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC • Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC • Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EWG • RoHS Directive 2002/95/EEC • W EEE Directive 2002/96/EEC • IEC/EN 60598-1: basic standard for safety requirements for luminaires • IEC/EN 60598-2-25: luminaires for rooms used for medical purposes and hospitals • IEC/EN 60598-2-1: fixed luminaires for general purposes • IEC/EN 60601-1: basic standard for the execution and safety requirements for electrical medical devices • IEC/EN 60601-2-41: safety of operation, treatment and examination lights • ISO 9001

43


OWN DISTRIBUTORS GERMANY Herbert Waldmann GmbH & Co. KG Postfach 5062 78057 Villingen-Schwenningen Germany Telephone +49 7720 601 100 Fax +49 7720 601 290 www.waldmann.com info@waldmann.com

NETHERLANDS Waldmann BV Lingewei 19 4004 LK Tiel Netherlands Telephone +31 344 631 019 Fax +31 344 627 856 www.waldmann.com info-nl@waldmann.com

SWITZERLAND Waldmann Lichttechnik GmbH Benkenstrasse 57 5024 Küttigen Switzerland Telephone +41 62 839 12 12 Fax +41 62 839 12 99 www.waldmann.com info-ch@waldmann.com

SWEDEN Waldmann Ljusteknik AB Skebokvarnsvägen 370 124 50 Bandhagen Sweden Telephone +46 8 990 350 Fax +46 8 991 609 www.waldmann.se info-se@waldmann.com

AUSTRIA Waldmann Lichttechnik Ges.m.b.H Gewerbepark Wagram 7 4061 Pasching/Linz Austria Telephone +43 7229 67 400 Fax +43 7229 67 444 www.waldmann.com info-at@waldmann.com

USA Waldmann Lighting Company 9, W. Century Drive Wheeling, Illinois 60090 USA Telephone +1 847 520 1060 Fax +1 847 520 1730 www.waldmannlighting.com waldmann@waldmannlighting.com

FRANCE Waldmann Eclairage S.A.S Z.I. - Rue de l’Embranchement 67116 Reichstett France Telephone +33 3 8820 95 88 Fax +33 3 8820 95 68 www.waldmann.com info-fr@waldmann.com

SINGAPORE Waldmann Lighting Singapore Pte. Ltd. Blk 168, Jalan Bukit Merah # 04-09 B Connection 1, Tower 3 Singapore 150168 Singapore Telephone +65 6275 8300 Fax +65 6275 8377 www.waldmann.com sales-sg@waldmann.com CHINA Waldmann Lighting (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. Part A, No. Five Normative Workshop 199 Chang Jian Road, Baoshan Shanghai, P.R.C. 200949 China Telephone +86 21 5169 1799 Fax +86 21 3385 0032 www.waldmann.cn s.lo@waldmann.com.cn

Derungs Licht AG Hofmattstrasse 12 9200 Gossau Switzerland Telephone +41 71 388 11 66 Fax +41 71 388 11 77 www.derungslicht.com mailbox@derungslicht.com

You can find other sales partners at the Internet address: www.derungslicht.com

Derungs Licht AG • D79743000 / 11.11 / 600 • subject to modifications • printed in Switzerland

ITALY Waldmann Illuminotecnica S.r.l. Via della Pace, 18 A 20098 San Giuliano Milanese (MI) Italy Telephone +39 02 98 24 90 24 Fax +39 02 98 24 63 78 www.waldmann.com info-it@waldmann.com

Derungs - Læknastofur  

GOOD LIGHT FOR DEMANDING VISUAL TASKS Clinics / Medical practices LED FOR THE HIGHEST LIGHTING QUALITY WITH A MINIMUM ENERGY CONSUMPTION 2