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ARB Intensity LED Lights - High Intensity Lights

Posted in How To: Electrical on September 6, 2013
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While most companies are scrambling to make the newest version of an extruded aluminum lightbar, it was refreshing to see ARB come out with its round LED Intensity lights. They are not to be ignored. They command attention with their 9-inch faces, each holding 32 LEDs and bright red bezels. The construction of ARB's lights make them second to none with a round die-cast aluminum housing that has been built into a heat sink with fins to provide 200 percent more cooling surface area. The front red bezel holds the polycarbonate lens and a rubber seal to the housing for a long-lasting vibration-resistant LED light that is waterproof and sealed from dust (with an IP68 rating). The surface-mount LED technology encased in the lights has progressed to the point that a combination of flood and spot Intensity lights will rival any pair of HID lights, and the 50,000-hour life of the LEDs makes them more attractive than any halogen or HID light, even at the hefty price tag that LED lights still demand.

The most suiting word to explain the performance of ARB's new LED lights? Intense.

Size: 8.7 W x 9.7 H x 4.7 D
Weight: 6.8 pounds
Body: High-pressure die-cast aluminum
Lens: Polycarbonate
LED count: 32 LEDs
LED life: 50,000 hours
Power: 90 watts
Light output: 8,200 raw lumens (spot), 8,200 raw lumens (flood)
Lux at 10m (32 feet): 2,250 Lx (spot), 770 Lx (flood)
Beam spread: 10 degrees (spot), 20 degrees (flood)
Color temperature: 6,500 Kelvin

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