Introduction to lighting

Vehicle lighting is foremost all about safety.

The primary aim is to illuminate the area in the driver’s field-of-view as evenly as possible to provide clear and comfortable visibility. This includes a combination of beam distance, width and height that puts a usable amount of light where it’s required. An excess or imbalance of one over the others will unintentionally reduce visibility instead of increasing it. The human eye is like a sophisticated camera lens with auto exposure so it naturally adjusts to the best light available; an excessively lit area (such as right in front of the vehicle) can reduce visibility in the less illuminated areas further up the road.

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At Xray Vision we continue to develop and evolve lighting technology—like our state-of-the-art quad-optic LEDs—to project and illuminate the road ahead evenly and accurately. Built tough to suit Australian conditions, Xray Vision driving lights are formed from materials including die-cast alloy, stainless steel, and hardened polycarbonate for maximum strength and durability.

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