The rectangular shaped lens of our Stretch View magnifying lamps "stretches" the 5-inch circular viewing area of a typical magnifying lamp to 6.75" x 4.25". This wider viewing area allows for comfortable vision with both eyes and reduces eyestrain and fatigue while increasing visual scanning speed because more surface area is magnified. To improve its vision enhancement characteristics further, these magnifiers use a powerful 18-watt compact fluorescent light (included) to produce 130 footcandles at 15-inches above the work surface. Exact positioning of the light source behind the lens allows for a choice between even, shadow-free illumination or a hi-lighting effect.
- Light Source – energy-efficient 18-watt compact fluorescent that that produces 130 footcandles at 15" above the surface. Can also utilize eye-friendly Full Spectrum bulb for correct color viewing (ordered separately).
- Lenses – 3 diopter precision ground crown optical glass lens is standard, but 5, 11, and 16 diopter lenses can be substituted at no additional cost. Lens systems are also sold separately. For more on lens selection, see Choosing a Magnifier.
- Arm – 26" or 40" Contemporary floating arm that features counterbalancing springs and joints for instant adjustment to any convenient position or direction.
- Bases – Desk base, clamp that will accommodate a desk, table, or headboard up to 2 3/4" thick, IV-Pivot that can be used in conjunction with Dazor floor stands.
- Colors – Black, White, Almond, and Dove Grey
- Warranty – 5 Years
- Accessories – Polycarbonate shield.
Dazor Stretch-View Magnifiers
ESD Option –
All Stretch-View magnifying lamps are available in an ESD-safe version ideal for workstations where the inspection of electronic parts and circuit boards that need to be free from electrostatic discharge (ESD) is being performed.
Exact positioning of the source behind the lens allows for a choice between even, shadow-free illumination or a hi-lighting effect. Shadow-free viewing is achieved by holding the object directly under the light while a hi-lighting effect is produced when the object is moved slightly away from the center of the light source.