Baja Designs ClearView™ Lessons in Lighting

Scientists of Lighting Alan Roach and Tex Mitchell partner with Ricky Johnson and Menzies Motorsports to eliminate the guesswork of lighting set ups. Baja Designs’ 5 unique Lighting Zones explain where each pattern should be used and placed.

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ClearView™ Zone Chart

ClearView™ Zone Chart

Combining our racing experience with the experience of the teams, we develop the patterns and find out exactly what their lighting needs are. They tell us what they want and we engineer a solution to it. - Alan Roach

San Marcos, CA (PRWEB) November 27, 2013

Baja Designs Mad Scientist brings the Lab to Las Vegas to explain the science behind properly mounting and aiming lights in ClearView™ Lessons in Lighting.

Scientists of Lighting Alan Roach and Tex Mitchell partner with Ricky Johnson and Menzies Motorsports to eliminate the guesswork of lighting set ups. Baja Designs’ 5 unique Lighting Zones explain where each pattern should be used and placed. Even if you don’t run Baja Designs lights, this video will help you get the most out of your lighting.

Baja Designs unique ClearView™ Multi-Form Optics have the ability to create mid-field, near-field, distance, and cornering light. Each of these Lighting Zones require a different lighting pattern to achieve the smooth spread of illumination desired when driving or riding at night.

“We are privileged to work with many different race teams to develop their lighting packages. Combining our racing experience with the experience of the teams, we develop the patterns and find out exactly what their lighting needs are. They tell us what they want and we engineer a solution to it. It’s all about developing the correct optical patterns to distribute the light where you need it.” – Owner, Engineer, Racer and Mad Scientist Alan Roach.


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