Narva's Hi-Optic Beacons Combine Engineering Excellence with Latest L.E.D Technology


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The all new Narva Hi-Optics Rotating Beacons combine exceptional engineering with the latest in L.E.D technology to produce a warning lamp that is powerful as it is reliable.

Sydney – July 8, 2013: Setting a new benchmark in emergency/warning lighting, the new lamps deliver all the performance attributes of the traditional rotating beacons with lighting brilliance and the long life of L.E.D’s.

Eight powerful 3 watt L.E.D’s work in combination with a precision reflector to produce a brilliant light output that meets Class 1 approval. Multi-voltage solid state circuitry is used with a brushless magnetic drive system for ultra-quiet smooth operating performance without the wear and tear of belts, gears or brushes.

The new Hi-Optics rotating beacons utilise the most durable materials making them ideally suited to the harshest conditions. Virtually unbreakable polycarbonate lenses are impact and shock resistant while the aluminium base dissipates heat and resists vibration during long operational life.

Within the range of options is a magnetic base lamp complete with a high strength rubber suction pad for extra safety and vehicle protection. This lamp includes a prewired spiral lead with a cigarette lighter/Merit plug.

Red, Amber and Blue lens options are available in these multi-voltage 12/24 Volt low current draw lamps which each carry the Narva 5 year L.E.D Warranty.

The all new Narva Hi-Optic L.E.D Rotating Beacons are available from leading automotive and transport outlets throughout Australia.

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