Stern Weber S380TRC
The peak of technology
Featuring the latest exclusive technology, the S380TRC lets dentists incorporate the interactive LED Pack and advanced software to allow voice-activated human-machine interaction. Cutting-edge connectivity and instruments streamline your work, allowing you to make the most of your skills.
The wellbeing of the patient, the comfort of the dental staff and cutting-edge performance are all combined in the S380TRC. Essential design, lighter main parts and exclusive ergonomic concepts blend with a unique patient chair that offers synchronized movements and lateral seat rotation.
A work unit that meets every specific clinical need. The 7” multitouch display offers an unprecedented user experience and lets the dentist accurately control the dynamic instruments and the integrated hygiene and multimedia systems.
To make interaction between staff and instruments even more agile, the virtual voice assistance system offers numerous workflow improvement opportunities. For example, assistants or dentists can manage the operating light via voice controls. These let users switch on, switch off or select “composite” mode. Speeds up tasks and enhances hygiene as there is no physical contact with the light. If the dental unit is connected to the PC, dentists can interact with the image management software via voice control.
Interactive LED Pack
As-standard application that makes dental unit design more appealing and provides user-friendly info on the status of the various integrated functions via LEDs. There are several warnings/ indicators: their colour provides dentists with a range of useful information, from scaler mode to hygiene cycle progress on the dental unit. During root canal treatment with the apex locator on, the LED ring changes colour, passing from green to yellow to red according to the distance from the apex (this mirrors the on-panel bar colours). After starting the stopwatch, the LED ring is gradually turned off, flashing briefly when the timer expires.
Instant NFC connectivity to access custom settings. Just bring the silicone bracelet (which can be sanitised) close to the dentist’s module to activate the previously saved work settings (i.e. parameters for instruments, patient chair, operating light, plus interface preferences).
The interface provides users with a clear, comprehensive array of information and plenty of scope for customization. New graphics improve the user experience and streamline interaction thanks to simple smartphone-like controls Designed for clinical environments, it is resistant to impact and water and can be positioned to suit your needs.
The control panel allows dental unit functions to be upgraded with ease as necessary. The control panel can also be used to customise the LED ring colour and the related activation areas.
The new LED light is a major step forwards in the development of clinical lighting. The colour rendering index (CRI) is above 95, allowing ultra-high colour fidelity, and the choice of 3 different colour temperatures enables users to select the right lighting for the specific clinical procedure. Light intensity is adjustable up to 50,000 Lux. A broad spotlight and excellent depth of field, from 55 to 85 cm, reduce the need for the dentist to reposition the lamp during treatment.
Working in “composite” mode ensures good visibility within the operating area without affecting composite curing. The 430-480 nm wavelength range is filtered, slowing down the activity of the camphorquinone to provide more time for modelling the materials.
Targeted lighting, advanced versatility
The Venus LED MCT has a specific setting for every need. There are three different settings, optimised for different circumstances: a 4300K warm light for surgical treatment, a 5000K neutral light for conservative dentistry and a 5500K cool light for realistic colour capture.
Thanks to the powered chair rotation and positioning at an ideal height for all body sizes, access to the chair is comfortable for every patient. Where the patient sensor is present, the LED light ring provides info relating to the patient’s entry/exit.
Wellbeing for the patient, a streamlined workflow for the dental team
With only minimal floor space requirements, the shape of the chair accommodates the patient perfectly while ensuring dentist and staff have excellent accessibility to the operating zone. Key features include hard-wearing upholstery, a 190 kg lifting capacity and soft-start/soft-stop vertical movement. Gentle, vibration-free movement relaxes the patient and helps dispel any anxiety about treatment. Access is simple and comfortable, thanks to the motor-driven rotation movement.
Flexible dental practice layouts
Thanks to the multi-connection concept, it’s possible to maintain the previous dental practice layout even when an existing dental unit is being replaced. When installing the new unit, the already-present floor-mounted connections will be suitable as the Stern Weber model allows for their connection without any need for construction work. Utilities are always covered stylishly and efficiently, thus minimising any structural intervention in the practice.
The shape of the chair, with an essential line and minimized overall dimensions, reaches surgical bed positions, providing the work team with maximum clinical ergonomics.
Shaped to provide the dental staff with a comfortable approach to the patient during treatment. Suitable for adults, children and all types of treatment.
Ensures lasting comfort during protracted treatment sessions and is shaped to aid dentists working in ‘indirect vision’ mode.
The i-XS4 micromotor has the necessary technology for excellent performance in all types of treatment. Performance in conservative dentistry, prosthetics, endodontics (also with reciprocating movement) and implants is always ensured at the highest levels of quality. During root canal treatment the LED ring lights up synchronously with the integrated apex locator, reproducing the colours of the control panel bar.
An optional torque curve recording function is available during treatment. In addition to monitoring the torque delivered by the micromotor, information on the entire curve constitutes a useful clinical tool for subsequent treatment on adjacent or contralateral teeth. The implant tightening torque completes the available data. It’s also possible (where an integrated camera is available) to view the curve on the monitor integrated with the unit; this is useful during academic and training tasks.