Xray Vision

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High Performance Rugged HID and QH Driving Lights

Xray Vision driving lights all feature true pencil and spread beam options across the entire range. These options are at no extra cost, so you can get two pencil, two spread or one of each for the same price.

Driving lights are often fitted as a pair (one pencil and one spread beam) to give the user the advantages of both beam types. Some off-roaders prefer to have all spread beams for negotiating difficult tracks at night. Some truckies already have decent headlights and will mount several pencil beams to get maximum distance for the overnight haul. It’s completely up to you and what you want to use them for!

pencil-beam Pencil beam driving lights are ideal for long distance journeys. They shine far into the distance giving excellent vision of the road ahead. Applications such as open highway driving and high speed driving are perfectly suited to the pencil beam pattern.
spread-beam Spread beam driving lights are ideal for seeing a wide area in front of the vehicle. The beam is wide and even, providing excellent all-round vision. Applications such as turning corners, driving over hilly or mountainous roads, driving off-road and beach driving are perfectly suited to the spread beam pattern.

Quartz Halogen Globes (QH) Vs High Intensity Discharge Systems (HID)

QH and HID use different processes for producing light output.

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QH technology
consists of a globe connected to power. They work by running 12 or 24 volt power through a tungsten filament that is surrounded by inert gas (gas that will not burn or ignite) inside a quartz glass bulb. Quite simply, power is applied to the filament, it is heated until it glows and produces light. The inert gas sealed inside the quartz glass prevents the filament from burning and destroying itself.

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HID technology consists of a globe, starter and ballast connected to power. The globe is a quartz tube filled with Xenon gas, with tungsten electrodes housed at each end. The bulb functions by running 23,000 volts through the tube (generated by the starter) that ignites the gas and produces an arc of light between the electrodes. Once ignited, the ballast regulates the voltage back to 85 volts to keep the arc running.

 

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220 Series QH and HID Driving Lights

Available as:

100W Quartz Halogen

or

50W High Intensity Discharge

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200-C Series QH and HID Driving Lights

Available as:

100W Quartz Halogen

or

50W High Intensity Discharge

 

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200 Series QH and HID Driving Lights

Available as:

100W Quartz Halogen

or

50W High Intensity Discharge
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160 Series QH and HID Driving Lights

Available as:

100W Quartz Halogen

or

50W High Intensity Discharge
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160-S Series QH Driving Lights

Available as:

100W Quartz Halogen