What is the function of the combination headlight

HELLA presents LED solutions for construction machinery at the SaMoTer in Italy

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HELLA will be represented at this year's SaMoTer in Verona, Italy, with powerful LED headlights and innovative electrical and electronic solutions for construction machinery. SaMoTer is one of the most important international trade fairs in Italy for the construction industry and takes place from May 8th to 11th. The HELLA exhibition stand covers 80 square meters in Hall 9, Stand D4.

The C140 LED combination headlamp is a world first. It is the world's first combination headlamp in which all light functions are implemented using LED technology. Thanks to the particularly stable and impact-resistant die-cast aluminum housing, a diffuser made of unbreakable plastic and a special heavy-duty bracket, the C140 LED can also be used under the toughest conditions. It is also resistant to vibrations, mechanical shocks, dust and moisture and therefore always offers the best light output even in the demanding environment of the construction industry. The special free-form reflector in conjunction with the LED light source provides significantly better light than conventional headlights with halogen bulbs. In addition, due to the long service life of the LEDs, it is not necessary to change the light source. The white light color, similar to daylight, enables fatigue-free work at night. A lower power consumption compared to halogen headlights also saves fuel and relieves the load on the alternator. The headlights are suitable for operation in 12 and 24 volt electrical systems and meet both ECE and SAE requirements.

HELLA is setting a further trend with the new Q90 LED high-performance worklight with plastic heat sinks, which offers new possibilities in terms of design and weight reduction. In contrast to the worklights with plastic housings previously available on the market, with the new high-performance worklights with plastic heat sinks, HELLA is able to achieve light outputs that are comparable to or even exceed xenon technology, even in the smallest of designs. Instead of aluminum heat sinks, special thermally conductive plastics are used that optimally dissipate the heat from the LEDs and thus ensure a long service life. A major advantage over aluminum is its complete resistance to corrosion. In addition, the Q90 LED worklights have a reduced weight and offer the best conditions for flexible solutions in terms of design. In combination with the newly developed fiberglass-reinforced plastic brackets, the high-performance worklights with plastic heat sinks from HELLA offer even more safety in daily use.

Further highlights at the booth are various product extensions in the area of ​​work lights. With the Ultra Beam LED, HELLA is now completing the successful Ultra Beam family with an LED version. In addition, HELLA is presenting new product series in the field of worklights for surface-mounting and installation, including the ultra-compact product family of 50-millimeter LED worklights and the 90-millimeter LED module.

In addition, HELLA will be presenting innovative electrical and electronic solutions, interior lights, warning and beacons as well as the thermal management program from Behr Hella Service and batteries, which HELLA Italy has added to the program.