Our next generation in driving light technology is shining the way. The advanced HTX2 Hybrid Driving Lights bring a new meaning to the term high performance. The combination of a powerful, long-distance HID and the equivalent of a 20-inch LED lightbar in one unit provides unparalleled power and light spread. With HTX2 you get all the performance of a pair of HID spotties and two 20-inch light bars all in the one pair of lights!
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The highly evolved HTX2 Hybrid Driving Lights include enhancements to the award-winning features that Lightforce pioneered with the HTX, to give our leading driving lights an unfair advantage. Next-generation HTX2 Hybrid Driving Lights evolve every aspect to the next level to give you a high-performance light that’s more rugged and reliable than ever.
Weighing in at only 2.3 kg (including mount), HTX2 packs a lot into a featherweight package – with a mounting point close to the unit’s centre of gravity. It’s simple to install, fully secured with a nyloc nut and bolt and able to fit most bullbars.
Lightforce’s Osram ballast and shielded cabling system prevent electromagnetic noise that can come from powerful lights. It’s CE certified to not disturb radio and telecommunications equipment.
REVERSIBLE MOUNTING - Allows HTX2 to fit anywhere – without another bracket or more drill holes.
SLIMMER PROFILE - Means HTX2 is less likely to interfere with crash avoidance systems.
GLASS FILLED POLYMER BRACKET - Absorbs vibration – unlike steel brackets – to prevent damage during use.
130W OF RAW POWER Best-in-class Philips® Xenon HID bulb and 20 Lumileds® LEDs.
5,000K COLOUR TEMPERATURE Perfectly matched HID and LEDs mean greater clarity and less eye strain.
INDIVIDUAL LED REFLECTORS Independently tuned to provide the most efficient and optimal beam pattern.
AUSTRALIAN MANUFACTURED By Aussies for Aussie adventures. HTX2 can stand up to our harsh conditions.
IP69K AND IP68 CERTIFIED Tested for 110,000 hours against dust, temperature, and water.
POWDER-COATED FINISH Plus UV-stabilisation and pre-treatment to defend against corrosion.
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.