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New 35 Watt HID Xenon Vehicle-Mounted Remote Control Spotlight Generates 1,200,000 candlepower
StarBeam dual-head vehicle-mounted spotlight by K&H Industries is now equipped with (2) 35 Watt HID Xenon lampheads, generating a total output of 1,200,000-cp!
K&H Industries launched the popular NightRay HID spotlight in June 2010. Because of the success and demand for the NR-955-20, K&H has expanded its HID offerings to now include the popular StarBeam remote control spotlight. StarBeam features dual-lampheads that can be positioned 330° in both horizontal and vertical planes via a hard-wired or wireless remote controller.
Both StarBeam and NightRay remote control spotlights are made with marine quality materials that are chemical and saltwater resistant. Their light housing and base are completely enclosed and are weather resistant. This combination ensures that the spotlights will perform both in a marine environment and in extremely cold, winter climates.
The HID Xenon that K&H’s is outfitting it’s spotlights with is based on metal halide arc-discharge technology and operates at less than half the power draw of a standard 100 watt lamp and the light intensity is five times brighter. K&H’s 50 watt HID lamp has tested to over 750,000 candlepower output; the 35-watt HID lamp has tested at over 1,200,000-cp (combined output with two lampheads).
Model Name: StarBeam HID - Model No: SB-101T-LT433
- (2) 35 watt HID Xenon metal halide arc discharge bulb, 1,200,000 candle power output
- Full range of motion on lamp head: 330° rotation on both horizontal and vertical planes.
- Wireless controller (works up to 300’ away) and hardwired joystick controller, includes automatic on/off switch that is activated when lampheads are positioned downward.
- Made in the USA.
For more details: http://www.khindustries.com/
Or call 716-312-0088
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K&H Industries is a leading manufacturer of temporary lighting and power solutions for the utility, aviation, fleet, construction, chemical, petroleum and marine industries. Including the popular NightRay® and StarBeam® remote-controlled spotlights.