Very bright LED lights with true concentrated spot beam

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by garridan, Dec 11, 2012.

  1. garridan

    garridan Adventurer

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    Who’s interested in high quality, bright aftermarket lighting for their adventure bike?

    This month (just in time for Christmas) Trail Tech is releasing several model specific LED light kits for adventure bikes.

    These LED lights are a technological break-through! We are using a new intense LED module that produces a true, concentrated spot beam capable of delivering the equivalent of 40-50 watts output while requiring only 14 watts (1.2 amps). This is per light, so a pair is providing an extra 80+ watts of lighting output on the machine.

    As with all Trail Tech lighting products, each light is manufactured for extreme durability with respect to vibration, water intrusion, and impact/abrasion.

    Okay, here are some photos of our light kit mounted to a 2009 R 1200GS Adv. The kit we used <a href=http://www.trailtech.net/B112-SS-01.html>B112-SS-01</a> will fit any 1 inch crash bar.

    Size specifications: 80x76mm with a 75mm diameter measured across the housing.
    Weight: 216g (7.6 oz)
    Color: Satin black anodized
    More Info: <a href=http://trailtech.net/bmw-light-kit.html>http://trailtech.net/bmw-light-kit.html</a>

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    All stock lights (High beam, low beam and fog lights) against the building

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    Trail Tech 75mm and all stock lights (High beam, low beam and fog lights) against the building
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    And finally on of the mounting solutions mounting. (kits will include lights, rocker switch, mounts and complete harness.)

    The beams are so tight that they can be aimed to give maximum amount of forward lighting but still not blind oncoming traffic. The 75mm LED has been tested on the road for the “driver annoyance” factor and has passed with flying colors.

    Let us know what you think and of course you can always contact us with questions.


    Garridan
    Trail Tech
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  2. michigan400

    michigan400 Been here awhile

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    I've seen these on your site for quite a while but could never find any pics of them at night. Do you have any that show the output of just the LED's? Comparison pics with same camera setting would be ideal. One showing just LED's (75mm and 35mm), one showing a standard halogen light so we can see the difference. And one with halo plus LED's. It would be nice to see what kind of distance they can do. Garage doors work good for seeing the pattern but that's about it. Thanks!
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  3. Valker

    Valker Been here awhile

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    Yes. What he ^ said.
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  4. michigan400

    michigan400 Been here awhile

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    1 and done??? No word back at all?? C'mon Trail Tech!!!
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  5. garridan

    garridan Adventurer

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    Okay it took a little too long. Ruthless! :)

    Here are a series of photos taken against a black backdrop at 27 feet. All the photos were taken at 400 ISO, 1/10 second and F5. We took the photos in a completely dark room to eliminate any ambient light. The orange cones provide a lit object for further comparison.

    This is a standard MR16 35 watt halogen bulb

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    Here is a 35mm LED by Trail Tech with the Seoul P7 LED (Same as the CREE XML T6 Bin). 11 watts

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    Here is a MR16 HID Spot by Trail Tech. 30 watt

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    And finally, the 75mm LED Spot by Trail Tech. 14 watt
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    We also put them all on one photo for easy comparison

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    Hopefully that will help answer some questions and give some frame of reference to brightness and beam pattern.

    Garridan
    Trail Tech
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