Clarus 4 Exam Light

The Clarus 4™ LED Exam Light is MTI’s most affordable and environmentally friendly examination light. The Clarus 4™ high quality 3” light head with flexible neck features an infinitely adjustable dimming control and an optimally bright light pattern.

  • Light Style: LED flexible neck
  • ...

Clarus 4 Exam Light

The Clarus 4™ LED Exam Light is MTI’s most affordable and environmentally friendly examination light. The Clarus 4™ high quality 3” light head with flexible neck features an infinitely adjustable dimming control and an optimally bright light pattern.

  • Light Style: LED flexible neck
  • Number of LED’s: 4
  • LED Life: 40,000 hours
  • Color Temp: 4300° K
  • Focal Length: 12”
  • Light Output: 21,500 lux
  • Spot Size: 3”
  • CRI: ≥ 75
  • Mounting: caster base or floor stand
  • Dimming: infinite, 25-100% full intensity
  • Sterilizable Handle: no
  • Head Diameter: 3”
  • Safety Standards: UL 60601-1, CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 601.1-M90, IEC 60601-1
3" Head Diameter
4 LEDs
40,000 hours
4300° K
21,500 lux
3" spot
≥ 75 CRI
Infinite Dimming

Accessories

Light Caster Base

The light caster base offers 5 hard plastic casters for easy maneuv...

Light Caster Base

The light caster base offers 5 hard plastic casters for easy maneuverability and stability.

Light Floor Stand

The light floor stand is manufactured with an all-steel weighted ba...

Light Floor Stand

The light floor stand is manufactured with an all-steel weighted base for stability.

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