A selection of Narva’s 9-32V L.E.D work lamps have now been enhanced, introducing several new features to make them even better for extreme applications including mining, construction and forestry work.
As well as upgrading three flood beam and spot beam models, Narva has also introduced an additional two work lamps, which also benefit from these new features.
Among the upgrades – and available on the five work lamp models – is a robust, industrial strength mounting bracket. This bracket is 5mm thick steel and powder coated, providing the ultimate in shock and vibration resistance, yet retaining the versatility of a multi-position bracket.
The Korean manufactured range is visually identifiable by the use of blue-coloured heavy duty rubber spacers, further isolating the lamps and providing increased dampening and impact absorption – all five lamps are tested to withstand vibration up to an astounding 8.6G, ensuring superior performance and durability on the worksite.
Further strengthening the work lamps’ credentials for demanding applications is the fact that they’ve been engineered and manufactured to ensure they meet or exceed the requirements of the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) for electromagnetic compatibility.
The entire range are sealed to IP68 and fitted with Deutsch connectors for uninterrupted performance, making these lamps as tough as they come. And such is Narva’s confidence in its heavy-duty / industrial strength L.E.D work lamp range that all five models are also covered by a market-leading, 7-year L.E.D warranty – that’s over 50,000 hours of operational life.
With lamps ranging from 1800 to 8100 lumens of light output, there is a Narva heavy-duty / industrial strength L.E.D work lamp to suit all applications.
The new range of work lamps can be purchased at all leading transport, automotive and four wheel drive outlets throughout Australia.
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