Portable light source for dental telescopes

Sept. 1, 2000
PeriOptix introduces its new PeriLUX™ portable light source for dental telescopes. The PeriLUX™ system utilizes a mini-halogen lamp to provide brilliant illumination to the visual field and advanced battery technology for extended life. The lightweight light source mounts quickly and easily to any PeriOptix 250, 300, and N3.5 series telescope, while the equally lightweight battery pack clips onto belt or waistband.

PeriOptix introduces its new PeriLUX™ portable light source for dental telescopes. The PeriLUX™ system utilizes a mini-halogen lamp to provide brilliant illumination to the visual field and advanced battery technology for extended life. The lightweight light source mounts quickly and easily to any PeriOptix 250, 300, and N3.5 series telescope, while the equally lightweight battery pack clips onto belt or waistband.

For additional information, contact your independent dental dealer or PeriOptix at (714) 838-3455, or visit www.perioptix.com.

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