Get colourful with your 4WD, RV, and camp lighting, with the Hard Korr XDW Tri-Colour 45° Angled LED Work Light – including tri-colour switchable light beam technology.
Mount this heavy-duty, IP69K-rated light on roof racks, canopies, or caravans as auxiliary lighting for reversing, extra off-road lighting, or activity around your vehicle. CREE® LED chips work with precision-calibrated reflectors to create an ultra-wide 120° beam that must be seen to be believed. Switch between three colours: bright white for a clean light, warm white for relaxing illumination, or orange to reduce pesky bugs by up to 90%.
Built tough, their ADC 12 cast aluminium housing is bezel-free with an IP69K dust and waterproof rating for superior protection against dust and even water jets. The 45° angled light allows for mounting up high without wasting light, while a 3-metre cable with dimmer switch enables smooth dimming control. Mounting bolts and pads are included too, so you can attach straight away.
Set and forget, thanks to the Hard Korr XDW Series Tri-Colour 45° Angle LED Work Light Black.
Tri-colour switchable light beam
IP69K water and dust rating for superior protection
52 x 1W CREE® LED (26 White | 26 Orange) | 6000K | 50,000+ Hour Lifespan
1,074 Effective per Colour
8 − 12V DC | Cable required, not supplied
1.03A @ 12V
4WD | Touring
Many lights, One switch?1 answer
Can you run more than 1 light off a single switch? If you wanted 2 lights off the side of your vehicle, can you wire them in parallel off the 1 switch?
Brett - Hornsby(8 months ago)
The dimmer switches have a 5A load rating. These work lights draw around 1.2A so you'd be able to run up to 4 lights per switch.
Lauren - Snowys(8 months ago)
Power Conection.1 answer
G'Day Gang. Queried the power connection of this little beast earlier today but lost service before an answer. Question - with the power connection does the switch need to be hard wired to the power source OR is there a plug supplied?? Hope this one gets through (thanks Telstra) maybe thunderstorms had something to do with it. Thanks Gang. Doug.C Horsham. Vic.
Doug. - Horsham, VIC(1 year ago)
You have the option of either, but a cig plug isn't supplied. You can pick one up here, or alternatively if you have the skills the light can be hardwired in. You just do that on the power side or black terminal side of the dimmer switch. Hope that helps.