HELLA is launching the SlimLine Bi-LED headlamp, the first rectangular light module in its portfolio, and thus is said to be following a trend in terms of design.
The headlamp claims to offer excellent light output and is ideal for a range of demanding applications. Thanks to its solid housing and robust construction, it can apparently be used in harsh environments and for heavy-duty applications. For example, its high vibration resistance reportedly makes it ideal for use with construction machinery, while the IP 6K9K protection rating claims to make it dust-proof and resistant to high-pressure cleaning.
The Bi-LED headlamp is equipped with reverse polarity protection, allegedly ensuring the headlamp is protected even if the connection is accidentally reversed. The headlamp’s thermal management maximises service life and ensures full functionality at temperatures down to -40 °C and up to +60 °C. With a high colour temperature of 5,500 Kelvin, it has an illumination similar to daylight, supposedly ensuring a safer and more comfortable driving experience for all types of vehicles.
The SlimLine Bi-LED headlamp, which offers low and high beam in a single headlamp module, is said to be suitable for use on agricultural and construction machinery, trucks, buses, motorhomes, in the powersports sector, but also on passenger cars and sports cars. The headlamp bezel can be customised in terms of colour or can be provided with an individual logo to emphasise the appearance of the vehicle. Together with the LED combination lamp LEDayFlex III, the rectangular headlamp offers design options and combinability.
The Bi-LED headlamp is the first product from the SlimLine range and will soon be available to the market. Two modules, a fog light with cornering light and a module that combines daytime running light, position light and direction indicator, are currently said to be under development and will complement the SlimLine family in future.