Want more light for working under the bonnet of a car, SUV or truck? NARVA has just introduced a pair of new workshop lamps that could be the solution for New Zealand technicians and handymen alike.
The new inspection lamps are part of the innovative Advanced Lighting Solutions (ALS) workshop range designed by NARVA to improve visibility and safety in poorly illuminated situations.
The two exciting new L.E.D ALS Under-Bonnet Lamps offer users a pair of feature-packed alternatives to NARVA’s already popular and proven, See Ezy rechargeable L.E.D under bonnet lamps (part numbers 71230 & 71228) that have become hugely popular with many workshops and motor racing teams across Australasia.
These latest lamps boast a powerful, adjustable light output supported by the lightweight, sturdy construction and a multitude of accessories that deliver seamless, hands-free lighting across an entire engine bay. With selectable output/brightness, users can choose from 2-to-4 hours operating time with 3-to-4-hour charging time. Both units offer adjustable lengths that range from 1.2 metres up to 2 metres, which enables them to fit most vehicle bonnets, using detachable brackets for easy mounting and storage.
“NARVA has been very thorough with the design of these lamps, making sure that they address the needs of a busy workshop, where better light leads to a faster and more accurate job – they are every bit as important as
a good ratchet spanner or torque wrench” says Tim Paterson, National Sales Manager for Griffiths Equipment, distributor of NARVA lighting and electrical products in New Zealand.
Aside from NARVA’s precision build quality, where the ALS under bonnet lamps will truly stand out, is the inclusion of some advanced features. The 1,000-lumen model (part number 71430) has a detachable light head and battery, as well as a 2-in-1 charge base that doubles as a powerful flood (800lm) and spot (400lm) torch. An optional UV torch charge base (part number 71484) provides a powerful UV output that is ideal for air-con leak detection.
Meanwhile, the more powerful 2,000-lumen lamp (part number 71432) can operate by battery or via its included 5-metre 240V AC cable so workshop users are never left without light.
“The new NARVA ALS under bonnet lamps aren’t just made for the workshop,” adds Mr Paterson.
“These lamps also function well as scene lights and are lightweight enough to be used on awnings or roof racks for camping and leisure. They also produce a high CRI index, meaning the lamps are ideal for checking paint for imperfections and scratches on paintwork.”
Optional extras include two heavy-duty tripods (with or without wheels), multi-functional fasteners, spare chargers and batteries, along with the UV charge base and torch for model 71430.
NARVA’s new ALS under bonnet lamps and the rest of its premium ALS range of workshop lighting are available from leading automotive outlets throughout New Zealand.
For further information contact Tim Paterson, Griffiths Equipment Limited New Zealand (09) 525 4575