Lightforce Introduces Dual Wattage Led Bars To Range

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    [​IMG]Lightforce legendary performance is now available in next generation dual wattage LED light bars.
    The Lightforce range of dual wattage LED bars (XP Series) utilize 3w and 10w LEDs in the one bar to produce increased light penetration for long range illumination creating the ultimate in lighting performance.
    With a housing extruded from 6063 aluminum and finished in a UV-resistant anodized coating to face some of the harshest conditions in the world. The Lightforce LED light bar range is rugged and impact resistant, featuring a hard coated polycarbonate lens for durability and a waterproof rating to IP69K as standard.
    [​IMG]The Lightforce dual wattage bight bar range utilizes high output European LEDs tuned within the reflectors to produce unparalleled performance in its class. Complete with a waterproof Deutsch connector and full wiring harness, the Lightforce LED Light Bar range delivers powerful performance in a simple package.
    With a color temperate of 5000k the dual wattage range of bars perfectly complement the range of existing Lightforce products. Multiple mounting options are available to suit the Lightforce LED bar range, to ensure mounting is quick and easy.
    The dual wattage range of light bars are available in single and dual row in 30″ and 40″ options. All bars within the dual wattage range come complete with a three-year warranty and the quality assurance that customers have come to expect from the Lightforce range.


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    Photo Credit To: Lighforce Performance Lighting




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