(PRWEB) September 24, 2012
ImpactLED, an OEM supplier to Japanese motorcycle and agricultural machinery manufacturers, is now bringing their expertise into the automotive aftermarket with the release of four high quality LED work lamps.
This move makes OEM quality LED work lamps available to the public at prices they can afford. The most powerful lamp, the 35W version is a mere $99.95. This creates a price bracket and quality level not seen seen in the retail space until now.
Always a company to see a good opportunity when it comes along, Supercheap Auto have teamed up with ImpactLED to launch all four lamps under the premium Calibre brand. The benefit of such an alliance is that with almost 300 stores in the Supercheap network, the volume allows OEM quality to reach the aftermarket at highly competitive prices.
The work lamp range consists of 12W, 24W, 27W and 35W options. These wattage ratings are not to be confused with their voltage ratings which is multi-voltage, with all lamps suitable for 12V or 24V.
The 12W, a small round lamp with 4 x 3W LED’s and the 24W lamp with 8 x 3W LED’s feature quality impact resistant polycarbonate lenses and reflectors. The clear lenses combine with the free form reflector technology to create a broad flood beam pattern.
Both the 27W and the 35W work lamps share an identical body shape featuring a lens that utilises a magnifier system based on the projector headlamp system found in many Japanese passenger vehicles.
All lamps produce an impressive volume of bright white light with a range of 700 lumens for the 12W lamp through to 2500 lumens for the 35W lamp. All four lamps feature a 2 year warranty.
Company Director Jeff Servaas stated ‘We’ve been designing and developing ADR approved LED lighting for the off road motorcycle and agricultural sector for many years now. It seemed only natural that we take these skills and expand upon them. The range will grow, but will remain concise with a focus on quality over quantity’.
ImpactLED is available now with independent distributor inquiries welcome. Visit http://www.impactled.com.au to see the full range and online videos.