Lighting Sources

As the leading manufacturer of specialty task lighting, Dazor is proud to offer lights that utilize every popular form of lighting. Click on the links below for information about specific models.


Fluorescent lighting is not only one of the most energy-efficient lighting options on the market, but its cool operating temperatures, varied selection of light colors, and long operating life make it one of the most popular forms of residential and commercial lighting. Professionals choose them because they produce significant "daylight" lighting for accomplishing tasks as varied as gemstone grading and jewelry fabrication to writing and painting.
Often used as floodlights, halogen lights produce a very powerful and concentrated beam of light and are typically used in applications where precise light focusing is required. Halogen is essentially the same as incandescent lightning except that the bulb is filled with a halogen gas that gives the lamp a longer life and a cleaner bulb wall for light to shine through. Halogen lights are often used as industrial work lights.
As its name implies Combination Lighting combines two colors of fluorescent light to achieve optimal balance for accurate color perception and is consequently highly regarded by artists and graphic designers.
Incandescent lighting is what most people think of when they think of a traditional light bulb. These lights still function in much the same manner they did as when Edison invented them. Inside a glass housing, electricity heats up a wire filament, causing it to glow and give off light. Although one of the least efficient forms of lighting, incandescent bulbs are inexpensive to purchase, produce a nice warm color, and work well with dimmers.
LED (Light Emitting Diodes) lighting represents one of the greatest technological breakthroughs in modern day lighting as no other light source can reproduce the exceptional qualities of sunlight like LED. These lights also have extremely long life spans and with high quality gallium nitride LEDs color matched at 5800° Kelvin, (pure white light) this form of lighting has become very popular with professional bench jewelers and diamond artisans.
Full spectrum lighting is defined as a light source that replicates natural sunlight. Historically, it has been used in artistic environments for determining correct color perception, but it has gained popularity as it reduces glare, increases productivity, operates cooler, and increases feelings of well being due to the simulation of natural sunlight. Most Dazor lights and magnifiers that use a fluorescent tube can accommodate a full-spectrum tube.