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1FA 996 197 151 | The 12V Roklume 380 is a heavy duty , mining quality light perfect for driving light use | Perth Pro Auto Electric Parts
1FA 996 197 151 | The 12V Roklume 380 is a heavy duty , mining quality light perfect for driving light use Specs| Perth Pro Auto Electric Parts
Hella - Driving Light Roklume 380N 12V Auxiliary Lamp | Driving Lights
HELLA - DRIVING LIGHT ROKLUME 380N 12V AUXILIARY LAMP | DRIVING LIGHTS
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1FA 996 197-151
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Regular price $579.00
1FA 996 197-151
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The Roklume 380 features a powerful light engine of 7,800 measured lumens and comes with five different light distributions including our industry first ZEROGLARE optic.

The 12V Roklume 380 is a heavy duty , mining quality light perfect for driving light use | Perth Pro Auto

Description

 

Developed specifically for Mining applications. Heavy duty bracket resists against vibration. Light distribution optimized for mining machinery.

 

Light output (measured): Up to 7,800 lumen

 

The RokLUME 380 features a powerful light engine of 7,800 measured lumens and comes with five different light distributions including our industry first ZEROGLARE optic. HELLA Mining has developed the ZEROGLARE optical system to bring the safety and comfort of highway driving to mining operations! The ZEROGLARE optical system ensures no light from oncoming traffic will be directed into the eyes of oncoming drivers eliminating the occurrence of discomfort or disability glare. The innovative optical system has a sharp horizontal cut off to control the light onto the ground in front of the vehicle and not into oncoming operator’s field of vision.

 

Heavy Duty, Mining Quality

 

The HELLA Mining RokLUME 380 is the perfect worklight for the tough conditions in a Mining business. Quality materials like the impact resistant hard-coated polycarbonate lens and the premium anti-corrosion aluminium housing ensure a long lifetime and maintenance-free lighting product. The Heavy Duty stainless steel bracket and the rubber dampening system keep everything in check from vibration. The electronic components fulfill the statutory approvals including ECE-R10 and RCM compliance.

These light are often used as headlights on normal, non-mining vehicles but have the benefits of long lasting high quality.

Advanced design techniques and assembly robotics ensure that the RokLUME 380 worklights are manufactured to be fully sealed and submersible to meet the stringent requirements of IP 6K9K and IP 6K8, ensuring no dust or water ingress can occur. The RokLUME 380 features an advanced NanoSafe non-stick and easy to clean surface coating. The worklights are mounted very quickly, thanks to the Nord-Lock washers and the laser engraved inclination angles on the bracket.


 

Features

 

  • Duty bracket resists against vibration
  • Power requirement: max. 84 Watt     
  • Colour temperature: 5,000 Kelvin
  • Reverse polarity protection
  • Transient spike circuit protection
  • Overvoltage protection
  • Thermal management
  • IP 6K9K / IP 6K8 (high pressure cleaning resistant / submersible)
  • ECE-R10 approved
  • RCM compliance
  • Heavy Duty stainless steel surrounding bracket 165 mm
  • Double insulated silicone suppy cable with DT Connector
  • NanoSafe (non-stick and easy to clean surfacecoating)
  • High impact hardcoated PC lens
  • Heavy Duty cable gland offers bend protection
  • Mounting angle guide
  • Premium aluminium housing for mining use
  • Mounting upright / pendant
  • Nord-Lock washers
  • DT counterpart included
  • Weight 2.1 kg

 

 

Specifications

 

 

 

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FAQ's

 

What is the Optimal Kelvins for my driving lights?

The optimal Kelvin we recommend is 5000. This is the colour temperature that our eyes have evolved to see best – midday daylight. You are able to see the most detail without straining your eyes and causing fatigue. Especially important when you are driving for long periods of time. In comparison 4000 Kelvin are a bit weaker and don’t give you enough detailed vision. Whereas 6000 Kelvin can cause a glare on the reflection from road signs which can lead to eye fatigue quicker.

 

What distance should my driving lights cover?

Generally, 300 meters ahead is enough for most standard cars. It’s good practice to cover about 3-4 times your stopping distance. As a rule of thumb, it’s always good to cover rather a bit more than too little as you want to be able to see anything on and alongside the road to allow you to hit you brakes and stop in time.

 

 

Further Information

 

PDF's

 

Please find product manual here.

 

 

Delivery - Pickup or Shipping

 

 Please refer to our Delivery Info Page

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