These two lights have a number of features in common however we’ll start with the 75 watt Venom LED. It may be the smaller of the two but don’t let his size fool you, this light will totally change the way that you think of driving lights.
The 140 watt Genesis pumps out even more light with a distance of 1053m at 1 LUX meaning that you could stand 1053 meters down the road, hold up your light meter and measure usable light. And it’s not just the distance because everything within your entire field of vision is better illuminated, brighter keeping you fresh and alert behind the wheel., The width of the beam is also something that will be a real selling feature for Genesis – if you add a set of combo filters, a pair of these lights will allow you to see up to 120 m to the side of the road., Genesis is the answer for remote regional travel where good lighting is an important safety measure.
An array of 37 Lumiled LEDs work together at a colour temperature of 5000K, which is really the optimal lighting colour to keep you focused and alert without the ghostly blue hue that many cheap imported LEDs produce.
There are a number of features, first up, have an industry leading IP69K ingress protection which means they are designed and built to withstand whatever the harsh outback conditions throw at them. Resistant to moisture and contaminant ingress as assessed by an independent testing body, they will never let you down wherever you might travel.
Australia is a big country and to see it properly means you’re going to have to cover some distance. Safe travelling means managing driver fatigue – sure good lights are part of that. But staying alert can mean keeping the mind active, for example listening to a local radio station to stay in touch as you travel. Sadly many auxiliary lights interfere with the weak-signal that is typical on highway travel. Not so with Lightforce Australian made lights that incorporate low pass filters to suppress radiated noise, keeping radio reception clear – a vital feature for traveling our county.