- LED Lamps
- Hella LED Safety DayLights™
- Headlamps and Inserts
- Fog and Driving Lamps
- Work Lamps
- Emergency Lighting and Signal Warning Lamps
- LED Interior/Exterior Lighting
- Relays and Flasher Units
- Hella Beamsetters
- Automotive Bulbs
- Get Your Lights Right
Points to note
Always check the headlamp first to determine if the vehicle or headlamp manufacturer has provided a
specification to check the lights to.
|2.||Headlamps with individual light-bulbs for each beam must be set and checked independent of each other.
|3.||For optimum performance, separately operated high-beam lights must be checked with the scale wheel set
|4.||Individual driving/spot lamps, or auxiliary high-beam headlamps must be checked with the scale wheel set
|5.||Fog Lamps OR Auxiliary Driving Lamps must be checked with the scale wheel set to 3° or above, as they have
a symmetrically patterned beam.
|6.||The headlight alignment of some vehicles with in-car adjusting mechanisms have been set to operate in
reverse Before failing a vehicle where you have set the scale to zero, try to set it to its maximum and re-check
advise the customer of your findings if this proves the lights to be correctly aligned.