Lutronic Solari IPL system

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Lutronic Solari IPL system

SOLARI™ is an IPL system, differentiated from all others by its cutting-edge technology which guarantees precise treatment and minimized side effects.

HIGH QUALITY SQUARE PULSE
solari infographictip3The amount of light emitted from an IPL is proportional to the pattern of the current through the flashlamp. In conventional IPLs, the current pattern tends to be Gaussian, which produces an uneven beam distribution over the pulse with a central “hot spot”.

Lutronic’s Simmer Mode Technology drives the SOLARI flashlamp evenly to produce a very stable, flat and homogeneous spectral output over the entire pulse, as seen in the illustration in the right-hand panel: this is SOLARI’s true square pulse technology. With this square pulses, the clinician can get homogeneous delivery of light across the treated area with no hot spots, thereby helping prevent unwanted side effects.

TIME RESOLVED SPECTRAL DISTRIBUTION
solari infographic03Fluctuating Spectrum vs. Stable Spectrum SOLARI’s time resolved spectral distribution delivers an even distribution of the spectrum for each micropulse over time as illustrated in the right-hand panel, whereas in other IPL systems the spectral distribution of each micropulse fluctuates noticeably. This will increase the possibility of creating side effects due to the highly variable amount of spectral fluctuation during short millisecond pulses. However, clinicians can expect a predictable treatment outcome with SOLARI as the system delivers a very stable spectral output per pulse over time.

Lutronic’s Simmer Mode Technology drives the SOLARI flashlamp evenly to produce a very stable, flat and homogeneous spectral output over the entire pulse, as seen in the illustration in the right-hand panel: this is SOLARI’s true square pulse technology. With this square pulses, the clinician can get homogeneous delivery of light across the treated area with no hot spots, thereby helping prevent unwanted side effects.

SPECTRAL DISTRIBUTION
solari infographictip01Whereas in most other conventional IPLs the spectral distribution is less efficient in the target tissue due to the lower amount of the chromophore-specific wavelength, SOLARI's spectral distribution is much more efficient in the target tissue, since SOLARI delivers more light energy at those precise wavelengths associated with the target chromophores.

The sharp cut-off in the example of the spectral distribution of the 570 nm SOLARI filter seen on the right indicates high selectivity for the target chromophores at the selected wavelength.

The cut-off filter of the competitor’s system on the other hand gives a much less sharp wavelength distribution, with less selectivity for the target chromophore. In this case, the user needs to increase the fluence to achieve the desired clinical effect in the wavelength-specific target. This approach will likely induce side-effects as it will also increase the energy of the other undesirable wavelengths beyond the ideal cut-off point.



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