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These are Narva's super-bright LED lights



The Ultima LED 215s were a long time coming, but our testing reveals that the wait has been worth it.

 With 165-watt input they're the brightest pure-LED lights we've tested and with a claimed 900-metre range at 1 lux a pair produces plenty of distance and spread beam. The only downside is that you need a heavy-duty wiring harness, with a 40-amp relay to feed in the necessary 30 amps of current they require.

The Ultima LED 215s have pressure-die-cast aluminium housings with integrated heal-sink fins and polycarbonate lenses. The housings are sealed to IP66 and IP77 standards against dust and water ingress, with a Nitto breather and a sealed DT electrical connector.

The mounting design is new for Narva, with a cast yoke and foot, and three-bolt attachment layout. Vertical adjustment is tool-free, using a stainless cross-shaft and knurled knob. The range of movement makes the Ultima LED 215 suitable for bar or roof mounting.

The housing and mount are satin-black powder-coated and ,in recognition of the fact the driving lights have to look flash as well as perform well, the front bezel can be had in satin stainless (standard), bright chrome or gloss black (both optional). In addition, the inner trim ring can be blue (standard), yellow or red.

Our video shows the brightness of the Ultima LED 215 pair and we headed bush with the test lights to check out their durability on the Gibb River Road, the Canning and the Gary Junction Road. 

They proved their worth especially well one evening, when we were headed into the twilight and needed illumination of the corrugations and ruts on the Gibb River Road. The spread lighting showed up the road surface perfectly, in conditions where our headlights were useless.

We're continuing our durability testing of them during 2018. 

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