Light bar de­liv­ers 30 per­cent more light


Narva has in­tro­duced a new com­pact driv­ing light bar it claims is 30 per­cent brighter than a con­ven­tional LED bar.

The Ex­plora LED Driv­ing light bar em­ploys Narva’s ad­vanced op­tic drive tech­nol­ogy to pro­duce 2400 Lu­mens and one Lux of light at 269 me­tres, mak­ing night- time mo­tor­ing on very dark roads, around the farm or in off- road lo­ca­tions much safer.

With an ul­tra slim­line de­sign, the Ex­plora light bar is well suited to a wide range of ve­hi­cles in­clud­ing trucks, pas­sen­ger cars, all- wheeldrives and four- wheeldrives, par­tic­u­larly those with­out a bull bar or nudge bar fit ted because of i ts unique mount­ing ca­pa­bil­i­ties.

Along with i ts ver­sa­til­ity and bright white light out­put, the Ex­plora light bar is built to with­stand the tough weather con­di­tions and de­mand­ing on- and- off- road ap­pli­ca­tions here in New Zealand.

The light bar fea­tures a durable one- piece die- cast alu­minium hous­ing and a vir­tu­ally un­break­able poly­car­bon­ate lens, the com­bi­na­tion of which makes i t fully- sealed to IP68 and even sub­mersible to IP69K lev­els.

De­spite i ts high light out­put, the 9- 32V multi- volt­age Ex­plora LED Driv­ing Light Bar has a low cur­rent draw and is suit­able for both 12 and 24V ve­hi­cles. For added peace of mind, the new Ex­plora bar is also cov­ered by a five- year LED war­ranty.

To com­ple­ment the light bar, Narva is of­fer­ing an op­tional number plate bracket ( part no. 72292) at an ad­di­tional cost. The new bracket is com­pat­i­ble with New Zealand number plates and can be fit ted in min­utes with no drilling re­quired.

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