LEDS BRIGHTEN NARVA’S NIGHT

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NARVA HAS in­tro­duced of a new range of Ul­tima LED globes to its range.

A di­rect re­place­ment for Halo­gen globes, Narva says the Ul­tima globes of­fer the added ben­e­fits of a bright, white light out­put (2000 Lu­mens per globe), cou­pled with long life per­for­mance of over 30,000 hours. Narva says this makes the globes un­likely to ever need re­plac­ing over the life of a ve­hi­cle.

Avail­able in 12 and 24V vari­ants and in a range of globe types (H1, H4, H7, HB3, H8/9/11, HB4, HIR2, HB5 and H13), the new Ul­tima LED globes ex­pand Narva’s per­for­mance globe range.

Ac­cord­ing to Narva, the im­proved vis­i­bil­ity and re­duced fa­tigue that the Ul­tima LED globes pro­vide cour­tesy of their white light out­put that closely re­sem­bles nat­u­ral day light, th­ese globes de­liver a beam pat­tern with the cor­rect cut off for low beam for use on roads in Aus­tralia and New Zealand. This is said to re­sult in the globes not ‘daz­zling’ on­com­ing road users while still pro­vid­ing light where the driver needs it.

The Ul­tima LED per­for­mance globes are claimed to only draw a low cur­rent of 2.0A at 12V and 1.0A at 24V. Each globe pack also con­tains a bonus two LED T10 park globes.

Narva says the Ul­tima LED globes are suit­able for a wide range of ve­hi­cles, in­clud­ing light and heavy com­mer­cials, mo­tor­cy­cles, pas­sen­ger cars, four-wheel drives and con­struc­tion and agri­cul­tural equip­ment.

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