The Roklume 155 TP LED is a robust Work Lamp in a universal attractive design. The innovative thermally conductive synthetic material housing also features cooling fins which ensure the required heat dissipation from the 4 high-power LEDs.
Heavy Duty LED Work Lights Close or Long range illumination | Perth Pro Auto
The RokLUME 155 TP compact is a robust worklight in a universal, attractive design. The innovative heat-conducting plastic housing also features cooling fins which ensure the required heat dissipation from the high-power LEDs. Along with weight reduction, the new material also offers the advantage of complete corrosion resistance.
The light output from the four high-power LEDs is an impressive 1,200 lumens. The light is distributed by a specially developed multi-faceted reflector, thus ensuring homogeneous illumination. Its energy consumption is just 15 watts of power.
Developed specifically for Mining applications
High quality thermo plastic housing for Heavy Duty use
Light output (measured): 1,200 lumen
Power requirement: 15 Watt
Colour temperature: 5,000 Kelvin
Reverse polarity protection
Transient spike circuit protection
IP 6K9K / IP 6K7 (high pressure cleaning resistant / submersible)
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.