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Lightforce LED 180 Review

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Lightforce performance is now available in next generation LED format driving lights with tough pressure cast aluminium construction, two pack DuPont® automotive coating, rugged impact resistant hard coated polycarbonate lens for durability and a water proof rating to IP68 standard.

 

Engineered in Australia to Lightforce specifications, this LED series driving light sets new performance benchmarks for durability and performance, available in spot or combination beam patterns.

The LED180 utilises 7 10w high output LEDs tuned within deep reflectors to produce unparalleled performance in its class. Multiple mounting options are available using the included reversible composite mount, fitted with two pin waterproof Deutsch connector with loom adaptor included.

  • With up to 94% efficient reflectors producing smooth well balanced beam patterns for increased distance, volume and intensity combined with high grade Cree US chipsets resulting in superior performance.
  • Multiple finned high pressure cast aluminium housing finished in UV-resistant two-pack DuPont® automotive coating, ensures the light is going to stay looking great.
  • Pulse width modulation circuitry ensures maximum efficiency by fully controlling voltage to the individual driver assemblies, resulting in lower power consumption and prolonged LED life.
  • Multiple mounting positions with the supplied composite mounting bracket that is fully reversible, plus we have included two positions on the housing itself.
  • Military waterproof membrane pressure equalization filter with mechanical lock that positively seals into the housing ensuring long term reliability as it does not require adhesive to hold in place.

CHECK OUT THE WEBSITE FOR FULL SPECS: lightforce.com.au

Comments

  1. G.Baird.

    Rubbish product. Returned to store after a weekend of use. Awful light output. Way over priced and no different to Chinese lights at half the price. My old 240 xgts were way nicer to use but the lenses went milky and Lightforce would not fix them. Lightforce never again.

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