Truck-Lite says its 7-in. round LED headlamp is now complimented by the addition of similar-size round LED auxiliary work and spot lamps. They provide high-output beam patterns, supplying a general and long distance illumination while offering the extended life and energy efficiency of LED technology.

These lamps were inspired by the success and popularity of a similar military design and its "battle-proven" construction, the company says. Available in 12- and 24-volt versions, the 10-diode lighting pattern is said to give brighter, crisper and whiter light output than incandescent alternatives.

The spot lamp generates a long, narrow light pattern, illuminating objects in the distance, whereas the work lamp creates a rectangular pattern, more suitable for general auxiliary use. The lamps provide a peak candlepower output of 3000 for the work lamp and 45,000 for the spot lamp. Much like the LED headlamp, the spot and work series creates a white light, closer to the color temperature of daylight, in turn improving overall visibility.

These solid-state lamps are composed of epoxy-encapsulated electronics, resistant to damage from shock and vibration. The hard-coated, non-yellowing, polycarbonate lens is said to offer 30 times more impact strength than glass. The lamps are well suited to  off-road, construction, and utility applications.

There are several mounting options, using heavy-duty brackets and hardware that have undergone an electro-coat process for corrosion protection.

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