Wide beam

Definition: broad-ranging

What is a wide beam?

What exactly is a wide-beam headlamp and what is a wide-beam headlamp ideal for? TRALERT® tells you everything you need to know about LED wide-angle spotlights. For example, about the differences from an overhead spotlight and in what situation it can best be used. You don't have to choose between a wide-angle and an ultra-violet lamp. It is also possible to choose a combination spotlight. A wide beam is also called a floodbeam.

Difference between wide-beam and narrow-beam

Wide-beam and narrow-beam headlamps are two common types of lighting. The difference is actually in the name. Directional lights focus on illuminating as large an area as possible. Dazzlers focus on illuminating the distance. Wide-angle spotlights have a less concentrated light beam compared to spotlights. This ensures that the light does not shine as far. A wide beam is ideal for the agricultural sector, for example. An unpaved piece of land must be clearly visible when you drive over it with a tractor. Of course, the lighting is also very useful in other sectors when you want to have your surroundings well-lit.

A LED spotlight can be used in many different sectors. It is also possible to buy a LED bar that is a combination of both. This is also called a combi-bar. Do you have questions about which lighting suits you best? Feel free to contact us.

Multivoltage equipped

Most TRALERT® lights that can be used as wide-beam headlamps are equipped with multivoltage. This means that the lighting is not limited to a certain group of vehicles. Each vehicle has its own connection. When a lamp is multivoltage equipped, the lamp will simply work at the different voltages. The multivoltage varies between 12v and 24v but also from 9v to 36v. So you don't have to worry about this when buying your LED lighting.

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