What are driving lights?
An auxiliary headlamp is a lamp that can be used in many different sectors. They are used in the off road world, but also in the agricultural sector, the transport world and the shipping industry. An LED spotlight gives a clear and bright beam light pattern. Some of the spotlights are equipped with daytime running lights. This makes it possible to use the spotlights during the day to be more visible in traffic, for example. Because an LED spotlight is used for many different vehicles, many spotlights are fitted with multivoltage. A spotlight is also called a spotbeam.
Difference between high-beam and wide-beam headlamps
The difference between a high-beam and a wide-beam headlamp is fairly easy to explain. The answer is already in the name. A high beam headlamp is specialised in providing light far ahead. You can work with it in a very targeted way because the lamp spreads its light in an angle of 30 degrees or less. A wide beam spreads the light around it more. This means that the light does not reach as far as an auxiliary light but you can see more around it. There is also lighting that can be used for both, this is a combi beam.
Most spotlights are multivoltage equipped. This is because they can be used in many different situations. This means that the lamp works at different voltages. The multivoltage varies from 12-24v to 9-36v. There is always a lamp that is suitable for your connection.
Driving lights of TRALERT®
TRALERT® has a wide range of LED spotlights. One is slightly different from the other. This can be due to the way of mounting, the colour, with or without daytime running lights, but also the shape. Each situation requires a different one. Would you like more information about the TRALERT driving lights, look at these models. In addition to the single spotlights, they are also available in a box. View the entire range here LED driving lights from TRALERT®. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.