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L.E.D Work Lamp opens up new era
New L.E.D (Light Emitting Diode) technology from Narva is set to open up a new era in industrial and agricultural lighting.
The all new L.E.D Work Lamp is delivering an amazing volume of light (500 Lumens) and creating a more even, whiter light when compared with conventional sealed beam work lamps.
The whiter light of L.E.D (right) can clearly be seen in comparison to the conventional lamp (left)
With no globe filament to break, the reliability and service life of the new L.E.D work lamp is much greater than traditional alternatives. To meet the harshest working environments this modern styled lamp is produced with die-cast aluminium housing, stainless steel fittings and a virtually unbreakable polycarbonate lens.
Brian Nassar, state workhop manager for waste management company J.J.Richards, has fitted the L.E.D work lamp since late 2007, ‘We mounted the lamps in the most vulnerable part of the vehicle, where we constantly damage lighting. So far, these lamps have proved their worth and the performance and quality of the L.E.D output has impressed without a doubt’ stated Brian.
The L.E.D’s low current draw of just 1.2 Amps at 12 Volt and 0.5 Amps at 24 Volt, places little or no strain on the vehicle’s electrical system and the lamp performs at full brightness as low as 8.5Volts. Over-voltage protection is also built in.
Light in weight, fully adjustable and with dimensions of just 106mm diameter and a depth of 63mm, the new lamp can be easily fitted to a wide variety of applications. N
The Kenworth Connection
At the 2008 Melbourne International Trailer, Truck and Equipment Show, leading Australian truck manufacturer Kenworth, showcased their 2008 range. Featured on the T408, T608 and K108 were several L.E.D lamps made by Narva that marked a triumph of design for both companies.
The intricate design of the Model 70 lamp
The slimline design offers an all new approach to front direction indicators