Thursday, 12 November 2020 10:27

More colour to light range

Written by  Staff Reporters

Originally available with amber lenses only, Narva’s Geomax’ Heavy Duty LED Strobe Beacon light range has been upgraded with the addition of amber/clear, blue and green options.

This means they can now be used for agricultural, forestry, emergency service work and roadside assistance applications.

The lamps have Class 1 approved rotating patterns, providing high levels of brightness as required by SAE standards, along with two rotating patterns. They also feature four flash patterns options of quint flash (the heart stopping sequence you see when the cop pulls you over) ultra-flash, single flash and steady on. An additional benefit: multiple units can be synchronised to maintain a crisp and uniform flash pattern on any vehicle they are fitted to. 

 The Geomax beacons also feature ambient light sensors that automatically adjust for day or night operation, along with manual override in the case of night mode, reducing light output to 20% of maximum intensity. 

Manufactured with a tough die-cast aluminium base and virtually unbreakable polycarbonate lenses, the units also have IP67 and IP69K ratings for water and dust ingress, which allow the lights to be cleaned using heated pressure washers (up to 80°C).

They also feature Class 3 CISPR 25 ratings for electrical interference and are covered by a substantial warranty that includes five years on the LED’s.

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