Their constant power source for uniform luminosity and standardised UNC thread enables them to be used, for example, for laryngoscopes.
UNC-LED – the versatile lighting solution
UNC stands for Unified Course Thread and corresponds to a standardised thread. 2E develops LED elements based on MID technology (Mechatronic Integrated Devices) for diverse applications which are perfect replacements for existing solutions such as halogen lamps.
Structure and area of application of the UNC-LED
The basic structure is no different from a normal MID-LED element. The special feature is the metal casing which holds the lighting element. At the bottom end this has a UNC thread and can therefore be quickly screwed into appropriate devices. This type of lighting is used, for example, in medical technology for laryngoscopes. In general, a reduction in the size of the component, in comparison to halogen lamps, is possible with LED technology because much less electricity flows and consequently less heat is lost. With powerful lights in particular this allows the space needed to be reduced to a minimum because a halogen lamp always needs space to generate heat.
Advantages of our lighting solutions
Replacing old lamps one to one not only reduces consumption but also considerably increases the service life of the lamps. Using an LED also makes it possible to select a colour for the light, if needed. Our MID-LEDs are equipped with a constant power source. This means that the lamp remains much brighter even when the battery is weak. Whereas with normal halogen lamps the luminosity rapidly decreases along with the battery voltage, our UNC-LEDs remain bright until the last moment.