A major priority in every hospital is the ability of medical staff to reliably detect cyanosis through clinical observation. Cyanosis occurs in patients when the tissues near the skin surface are low in oxygen – resulting in a blue/purple discoloration of the skin and mucous membranes. In order to correctly detect cyanosis, the lighting in all clinical observation areas must meet standards and be of the highest quality. In meeting these requirements, Empyrean Lighting has developed cyanosis compliant LED luminaires within its current Corona Panel & Vega Downlight ranges.

Within the Corona Medical Luminaire range there are reflective and in-line design types. The reflective series are designed to minimize glare while providing ample lighting for task based work whereas the in-line version provides high intensity light where required which is ideal for detailed work environments.

Cyanosis compliant lighting is also available in our Vega Slim Line range which are ideal for replacing CFL (compact fluorescent lights) or halogen downlights.

Corona Medical Panel

Blurred doctors surgery corridor

Cyanosis Compliant Products

  • Comply with AS/NZS 1680.2.5:1997
  • Rate at 2.0 on the Cyanosis Observation Index (COI)
  • CCT (Colour Correlated Temperature) lies within standard range of 3300K – 5300K at approximately 4250K
  • Uses 50% less energy than traditional technology
  • Lasts up to 5 times as long as traditional technology
  • Generates very little heat which reduces loads on HVAC
  • Maintains spectral properties unlike fluorescent counterparts

Products with this Technology

Corona LED Panel Lights

Vega LED Downlights

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