Geomax L.E.D Strobe Range – The first NARVA ‘Geomax’ Heavy Duty L.E.D Strobe Beacon light has been such a success in New Zealand, additional lens colour variants have now been introduced to the market.
Originally available with amber lenses only, the range has been upgraded with the addition of amber/clear, blue and green options, meaning they can now be used for forestry and emergency service work as well as for construction, mining and roadside assistance applications.
“We’ve been very pleased with the uptake of the original Geomax since it was first introduced last year and these new colours will certainly broaden the appeal, especially with their heavy-duty construction for use in tough environments,” says Tim Paterson, National Sales Manager of Griffiths Equipment, which distributes NARVA lighting products in New Zealand.
For superior performance and compliance, the NARVA Geomax lamps have Class 1 approved rotating patterns, providing high levels of brightness as required by Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) standards*.
Along with the two rotating patterns, they also feature four flash patterns options (quint flash, ultra-flash, single flash and steady on), making the Geomax range extremely versatile.
An additional benefit of the Geomax beacons is that multiple units can be synchronised to maintain a crisp and uniform flash pattern on the vehicle(s) that they’re fitted to.
Providing added flexibility, the Geomax beacons feature ambient light sensors that automatically adjust for day/night operation along with manual override. This feature allows the light output to be adjusted to suit the working environment, which is particularly useful for night operation. The night mode reduces light output to 20% of maximum intensity.
Another benefit of the range is its Class 3 CISPR 25 ratings for electrical interference, ensuring silent operation and no radio interference for a more comfortable working environment.
To ensure durability across a range of demanding applications, the Geomax beacons feature a tough die-cast aluminium base and virtually unbreakable polycarbonate lenses, while their compact design of only 91mm H by 125mm W, makes them easy to fit to a wide range of vehicles and equipment.
Adding to the beacons’ durability is a reverse polarity design, transient current protection and IP67 and IP69K ratings for water and dust ingress, which allow the lights to be cleaned using heated pressure washers (up to 80°C).
Furthermore, extensive vibration testing has been applied to the range, with the lights reaching demanding IEC 60068-2-64 and IEC 60068-2-80 standards, as well as the military vibration standard, MIL-STD-810G.514.6.
NARVA’s expanded range of 12-80V Geomax Heavy Duty Strobe Beacons are supported by a generous warranty, including 5 years coverage on L.E.Ds. The new lights can be purchased from leading automotive and transport outlets throughout New Zealand.
For further information contact Tim Paterson, Griffiths Equipment Limited New Zealand (09) 525 4575.