Lightforce Launches Compact Utility Light Range

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By News Desk on Nov 11, 2015 at 3:10 PM
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    [​IMG]Lightforce ROK10 and ROK20 are now available, built to the quality that Lightforce customers have come to expect.
    The compact 10w ROK10 and 20w ROK20 are ideal for a wide range of applications from heavy equipment usage, mining, marine, construction industries, off-road vehicles, and ATVs just to name a few. The applications are limitless when it comes to the ROK10 and ROK20.
    Available in a flood beam pattern, and upon request a spot option, the Lightforce ROK range of utility lights feature high-grade US CREE chipsets and drivers, resulting in overall superior product performance.
    A hard-coated scratch resistant and impact resistant Polycarbonate lens protects the front of the ROK range while a reliable Deutsch connector with custom made dual injected molded strain relief fitted to military specification cable ensures reliable connection.

    Pulse width modulation circuitry ensures maximum efficiency by fully controlling the voltage to the individual driver assemblies, resulting in lower power consumption and prolonged LED life, while multiple finned high pressure cast aluminum finished in UV-resistant automotive coating ensures the ROK range will stay looking great for years to come.

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    Press Release Supplied By: Alicia Norton

    Press Release Contact Email: Alicia@lightforce.net.au

    Photo Credit To: Lightforce Performance Lighting

    Website: www.lightforce.com

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