Available in spot or driving beamTough, heavy gauge steel body Submersible to 300mm for up to two minutes Advanced heatproof resin reflector, incorporating water and dust resistant breather Reflector surface and design optimised to bulb design for ultimate performance Hardened glass lens Advanced IPF 65W H9 halogen bulb with water and dust seal for maximum life and performance (800XS version) Advanced IPF 100W H9 halogen bulb with water and dust seal for maximum life and performance (901XS version) Reinforced multi directional mounting system Waterproof connectors on bulb lead and loom connection Supplied as a kit
Rectangular 214mm x 147mm x 112mm deep
Round 200mm dia. by 115mm deep
ARB Intensity LED Driving Lights Engineered in Australia and manufactured in the United States, the ARB Intensity LED light range has been specifically designed to meet the demanding requirements of 4WDers throughout the world. From producing white light that is the closest possible imitation of sunlight, to a virtually indestructible polycarbonate lens, these lights are the premium choice. Unlike high intensity discharge (HID) lights, the LED range does not require time to warm up, and performs brilliantly on corrugated roads by producing a broad field of light that helps diffuse vibration. Submersible to 3m, the ARB Intensity LED lights have been vibration tested to military specifications to ensure they can withstand extended periods of heavy corrugations and extreme conditions to keep the road ahead brightly lit.
KORR LED Driving Light Performance - Lux vs Lumens An extremely important, but still widely misunderstood, concept in LED driving light performance is the difference between lux and lumens. Lumens is simply a measure of light output at the source, and fails to consider light beam throw, which is affected by the quality of reflector engineering and construction. A cheap, poor-quality light may be very powerful, but due to substandard reflector construction the light beam may be very inefficiently projected and thus much of the light output wasted. A high-quality LED driving light with better reflectors, however, will generally utilise the lumens produced by its LED chips more efficiently. As a result, the beam produced by high-quality lights will generally be more even and much longer. This is why lumens is not a good measure of the performance of a driving light. Look for the 1 lux measurement to truly understand the relative performance of different driving lights.