Hard Korr XDW Series 30W Slimline LED Hyperflood Work Light
Details & Specs
When you need light, you need light - and the XDW Series 30W Slimline LED Hyperflood Work Light from Hard Korr is the light at the end of the tunnel.
With clean, bezel-free lines, tidy aluminium housing, and downward-facing LED chips - produce less glare to other drivers. With a 180-degree beam up to 76m from the light source, the best feature is yet to come - Hyperflood technology, a reflector technology combining the six 5W OSRAM LED chips with precisely calibrated reflectors, creates beam patterns yet to be seen before. This light draws 2.64A at 12 volts or 1.33A at 24 volts and suits 9-33V DC. With an output of 3,459 raw lumens/1,943 effective lumens and 1 lux at 76m, enjoiy adequate illumination for what you need to do.
With a Deutsch to DC adaptor and mounting bracket both included - Hard Korr’s XDW Series 30W Slimline LED Hyperflood Work Light can be used for auxiliary lighting on your vehicle, as a work light, or mounted under your bullbar.
Clean beam with bezel-free lines
180° beam up to 76m
Downward-facing LED chips reduce glare
5W genuine OSRAM LED chips
3,459 raw lumens
1,943 effective lumens
1 lux @ 76m
Suits 9-33V DC
Current 2.64A @ 12V / 1.33A @ 24V
6063 aluminium housing
Lexan® polycarbonate lens
IP67 waterproof and dustproof
50,000+ hours LED lifespan
Colour temperature 5700K
Deutsch to DC adaptor included
Powdercoated stainless steel mounting bracket included
15.7W x 6D x 4.4H cm excluding cables | Cable 50 cm
These lights could be mounted on a vehicle and be wired with the 12v system to be plugged in as a line (via splitter) from off the HardKorr light kit?
Benjamin - St Andrews, NSW(12 months ago)
Possibly, but this work light is only an on/off light. I can't be controlled by the inline switches that come with the 12v light kits. You'd need to have a black DC splitter before the dimmer. Be aware that every time your lights are plugged into power, the work light will be on unless you specifically unplug its cable. You could possibly work around this by adding in a seperate on/off switch.