X100 Overview

  • Infection controlling design

  • Low total cost of ownership

  • 14,000 lux intensity ± 500 @ 0.5m

  • 3,500 lux intensity ±500 @ 1.0m

  • 4,000K colour temperature

  • Flexible arm and solid positioning

  • Wall, desk, mobile and rail mount options available

The DARAY X100 examination light is the perfect choice for value and performance. This examination light has a flexible gooseneck, remains stationary once positioned. The clinician can easily turn the examination light off and on using the button located on the head for ease of use. Various mounting options available make this examination light popular in GP surgeries and clinics.


LEDs (light emitting diodes) have been around for a long time. Recently this technology has become leading-edge in the field of lighting - a breakthrough technological solution to the inherent problems of the incandescent light bulb.

We have taken the technology and developed it further to provide high definition lighting solutions with no infrared, high brightness, low environmental impact, low power consumption, no toxic chemicals and a long operating life.

X100 Specifications

Light Light Intensity @ 0.5m 14,000 lux ± 500
Light Intensity @ 1.0m 3,500 lux ± 500
Light source LED (7W)
Colour Colour temperature 4,000K
Power Supply voltage 12V 50Hz plug-top PSU
Movement Arm length 1000mm

X100 Order Codes & Pricing

Desk Clamp

X100LD
X100 LED Desk Clamp Examination Light
£280.00

Desk Stand

X100LDS
X100 LED Desk Stand Examination Light
£330.00

Mobile Mount

X100LM
X100 LED Mobile Examination Light
£350.00

Rail Mount

X100LR
X100 LED Rail Clamp Examination Light
£280.00

Wall Mount

X100LW
X100 LED Wall Mount Examination Light
£280.00

X100 Accessories

CS6172
DARAY TM-5 Aluminium Carry Case
£199.00

XBB12LM
12V Battery Back-Up Power System
£135.00

XRAIL
Medical Rail 1m length - including fixings
£80.00

X100 Downloads

X100 Brochures

X100 Manuals

X100 NHS PPQ

  1. Right click the link you would like to download above
  2. Choose 'Save target as...' for IE
  3. Choose 'Save link as...' for firefox
  4. Navigate to where you would like the file to be saved
  5. Click 'Save'
  6. The file should have been downloaded in the specified location