Friday, 27 September 2019 12:28

‘Halo’ effect

Written by  Staff Reporters

A new LED warning light from Narva combines a self-contained warning light and an ADR approved marker light in one product.

The Halo is thought to be the first of its kind developed for the transport sector in the Australasian market.

It combines a bright, Class 1, SAE approved, amber warning light function in the centre using six high power LEDs. Meanwhile, an outer marker ring in amber, red or white illumination allows the Halo to be used as a front, side or rear marker. 

With the choice of multi-unit synchronisation in simultaneous or alternating flash patterns and a fully weatherproof and vibration-resistant design, it suits a variety of vehicles and applications.

It has great functionality and light output, and the 12/24V multi voltage range is compact and streamlined (only 19mm high). 

The range’s custom bezels in black, white or chrome finish allow a seamless integration into the vehicle to which they’re fitted.

Peak current draw is a modest 1.35A at 12V.

A 5-year LED warranty applies.

www.narva.co.nz

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