Zeiss Superlux 300 Microscope
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High-Intensity Light Source
The Superlux 300
high-intensity light source consists of the
lamp house (1) and the power supply unit (2). The light
travels from the lamp house to the Microscope
over a light guide.
The xenon lamp of the Superlux 300
generates light whose
spectrum is near that of natural daylight. The color
temperature of the light remains constant regardless of the
brightness setting. You may thus use daylight film in
photographic documentation without additional conversion
The brightness can be adjusted at the lamp house.
The xenon lamp can be made to "flash” to a higher intensity
when making a photographic exposure.
The lamp house also contains a 12 V, 100 W halogen lamp as a
backup illumination system. If the xenon lamp ever goes out,
you can continue surgery without delay. All that you have to
do is change the connection of the light-guide and switch
the selector (1.2) on the lamp house to "HALOGEN". The
electrical supply for the halogen lamp is provided on the
stand or from an external power supply unit. The
on/off switch and the brightness adjustment element for the
halogen lamp is located on the Microscope
stand or on the
external power supply unit.
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Notes on safety
Notes on installation and usage
Warning signs and notes
Control elements, connections and displays
Power supply unit
Preparations for use
Operation of the instrument
illumination ... 13
Triggering the camera
Using the instrument during an operation
Xenon lamp backup
procedure ... 15
Exchanging the xenon lamp module
Exchanging the halogen lamp
Setting the instrument to the available line voltage /
Installation possibilities on stands / Retrofit kits and
parts .. 20
Retrofit kits for stands / mounts
Control units for photography
Important for safety Page
Notes on safety ... 4
Pre-surgery checklist ... 14
Troubleshooting table ... 18