Brandon Medical minor surgery lights Astralite Telescopic hero
Brandon Medical minor surgery lights Astralite Telescopic hero

Astralite® Telescopic

High Performance Minor Surgical Lighting

Why Astralite Telescopic?

High Performance Minor Surgical Lighting:

Astralite® Telescopic offers the benefits of the Astralite® range, on a mobile base with an adjustable
height stand, with a vertical range between 1,100-1,800 mm.

Astralite Telescopic Benefits

Adjustable height stand

  • Compact, ideal for small examination rooms and emergency areas.
  • Commercial UPS power available.
  • Ideal choice for gynaecology.
  • Excellent value.
  • Long Life

    LED life is greater than 50,000 hours.


    Low life-time costs means that Astralite® is highly economical. LED is substantially more efficient at producing more surgical quality light for less power.

Astralite Controls

Astralite lamp head high-intensity cold light

Choose between the AL10 lamphead with 70,000 Lux at 1m or the even more powerful ALE10 with 100,000 Lux at 1m.

More Control
  • Auto-On when any control is touched
  • Focusable beam by twisting the handle
  • Light intensity control (8 steps)
  • Adjustable colour by Red Balance Control
Brandon Medical Astralite minor surgery light Biomaster silver ion

Designed to Minimise Infections

Anti-microbial additives are used to destroy harmful bacteria. The smooth, continuous surfaces are easy to wipe clean, with split lines kept to a bare minimum. The Astralite® light head is sealed against the ingress of dirt and liquids to prevent contamination.

Silver Ion Antimicrobial Technology

Biomaster antimicrobial additive is moulded into the plastic lamp head parts and ‘Ultra Fresh’ is incorporated in the lamp head paint. Both of these additives have anti-microbial properties.

Astralite Telescopic gynaecology

Large Illuminated Field

All models produce a large 250mm max. diameter light field with a 70-140cm working distance.

Adjustable Colour Contrast

The colour of the light can be adjusted depending on skin, tissue, or wound to select the optimum lighting.