Jerry Dental

1S Curing Light JR-CL17(USB)

1S Curing Light JR-CL17(USB)

1S Curing Light JR-CL17(USB)

JR-CL17(USB) with USB cable, it can be charged with any USB device(Micro USB connection). This curing light with high light intensity for Orthodontics.
Wireless Dental Led Curing Light with 2 different Light intensity and 2 working modes(F1:Normal working mode, F2:Fast working mode). It have super fast charging system, only 1.5 hour can charge fully. High efficiency for exchange rate from electricity to light, a full charge can be used for more than 200 times continuously.”

Adaptor Voltage: AC100-240V,50/60Hz
Wavelength: 420-480nm
Light Intensity: F1:1200mW/cm2 F2:1800mW/cm2
Different Times Setting: F1:5s, 10s, 15s, 20s, 25s, 30s F2: 1s, 3s
1pc/package,Dimension :20*10*6cm
Gross Weight:260g
40pcs/Carton, Dimension:55*37*28cm
Gross Weight:14.5kgs

Leading Dental suppliers in China

The Ultimate FAQ Guide

There are four basic types of dental curing light sources: tungsten halogen, light-emitting diodes (LED), plasma arcs, and lasers. The two most common are halogen and LEDs. In the early 1960s, the first light curing resin composites were developed.

A curing light is a light which is designed to rapidly cure a resin. Curing lights are used primarily in the dental industry, where they are used in fillings, sealants, and adhesives for various dental procedures.

LEDs as light-curing sources were first suggested in the literature in 1995. A short history of LED curing in dentistry was published in 2013. This light uses a gallium nitride-based semiconductor for blue light emission.

If you have a restorative practice, it’s an essential product, because an effective light will achieve success, while an inefficient one will make efforts tedious and less consistent. Below, we’ll give you a basic outline of the basics, and what experts such as the the Dental Advisor say about choosing curing lights.

There are 4 types of dental curing lights. All of them are capable of achieving the blue wavelength that is intended for polymerization. Among the 4, the two most common are LEDs and halogens.

Enquire Now

Contact us

Our advisors are available to help with product requirements and answer any questions, please give us a call at +86-757-8663-7775 to discuss your project.