The 7 Series offers features and benefits to make phototherapy effective, safe and convenient. Lamp configurations are available in Narrow Band UVB, Broad Band UVB or UVA. This provides you with a complete range of therapeutic options.
When you choose a Series 7 full body panel you can trust Daavlin to provide safety and cutting edge technology! The slim design of the 7 Series line offers a variety of lamp quantities, optional double doors and a choice of control systems.
Optional Side-Panel Doors
Our 8, 10 and 12 lamp 7 Series units always include doors in order to provide additional space to house the larger number of lamps. However, on the 4 and 6 lamp units, these doors are optional. Rather than housing lamps, they provide reflective panels to direct the light inward during treatments. These will also allow you to close the unit, keeping it safe and discreet when not in use.
Lamp configurations are available in Narrow Band UVB or UVA and in quantities of 4, 6, 8, 10, or 12 lamps per panel. This provides your prescribing physician a complete range of therapeutic options. Keep in mind, having more lamps per panel will increase the output of the device and give you a shorter treatment time!
When you select the Dosimetery controller for your 7 Series device, a special UV sensor is built in that measures the intensity of the light. This sensor will adjust the treatment time to compensate for any variation in output due to aging of the lamps or other factors. This system affords the most accurate delivery of ultraviolet light therapy available in a home phototherapy unit. Treatments are programmed in a few simple keystrokes. One touch operation allows you to conveniently begin, pause or resume any treatment.
The simpler Flex Digital Timer control option allows treatments to be entered in units of time as prescribed by the physician. The state-of-the-art digital timer provides treatment duration accuracy.
A programmable lock-out feature prevents unauthorized use, which is particularly important when children are present. When activated, the user must enter a code to operate the unit. Home phototherapy must be prescribed by a qualified physician, but Daavlin’s home units are frequently insurance reimbursable.