High quality Dual Row LED Light Bar. Great Whites LED driving lights set the world on fire when they were first introduced to Australian truck drivers and off road enthusiasts. With a whiter, brighter output than any other light at the time, Great Whites were designed to withstand any environment or driving situation.
Performance: 1 lux @ 640m
Raw Lumens: 18,000
Effective Lumens: 13,000
Colour temperature: 6000K
Environment: IP68/69K (Dust proof/submersible to 3m)
Dimensions (HxLxD): 102.5 x 649 x 102.5mm
Great Whites was developed by off-road enthusiasts, for off-road enthusiasts. The range produces outstanding light output through the use of high end LEDs and smarter reflector technology. This winning combination creates the optimum driving light pattern allowing you to see further down the road and light up your peripherals, ensuring you don’t bump what goes hop in the night.
Designed in Australia to suit the harshest Australian off-road conditions, Great White LED Driving Lights feature:
- Cree LEDs that produce higher lumens per watt to increase light intensity
- Cutting edge iris-reflector technology
- Marine grade aluminium body with a polycarbonate lens
- Heavy duty brackets to keep your lights in place and not vibrate
Tough as nails and covered by a comprehensive three year warranty, Great Whites is an investment in quality lighting for your vehicle.
Why Choose LED
LED is the evolution of halogen and HID. Whilst HID can reach significant distances, they still rely on using globes which are fragile and cannot last driving on rough surfaces such as old roads, corrugated surfaces or off-road tracks. LED driving lights do not have a globe, making them more sturdy and long lasting. A typical LED will last in excess of 50,000 hours and will light instantly, unlike HID which will last up to 2,500 hours and has an initial warm up period.
Importantly, high performance LED driving lights can operate at 6000K, the colour of the midday sun. This colour temperature is an important safety feature as it reduces fatigue through minimised eye strain.
LEDs have a low current draw making them a more efficient light source compared to halogen and HID lights.