Hella’s growing range of DuraLed® lamps, incorporating the latest LED technology, have proven to be the superior economic and environmental choice for transport operators in New Zealand. DuraLed® lamps feature unique registered designs with shallow shapes and concealed mounting screws for enhanced protection against damage.
All marker and signal lamps are pre-wired with multi-core sheathed cable and fully sealed against dust and moisture to International Protection Standards IP 6K6 and IP 6K7.
DuraLed® lamps are compliant with current ADR (Australian Design Rules), and as a result are approved for use in New Zealand and Australia.
Hella’s highly innovative DuraLed® lamps are designed for use on trucks, buses, caravans, emergency vehicles and specialty applications. The range includes marker lamps, direction indicators, end outline lamps, position lamps, high intensity warning signal lamps and combination stop/tail/indicator lamps incorporating special ultra wide optics for enhanced visibility.
The EuroLED® range of LED lamps harness the benefits of a single high intensity LED through the use of precision optics, which gives the lamp a unique look along with the benefits of low power consumption. The range includes a world first, the compliant single LED reversing lamp.
EuroLED® lamps feature a shallow design and special ultra wide optics for significantly improved side visibility. EuroLED® lamps are also shock proof and fully sealed to withstand temporary water submersion and high-pressure washing ensuring long service life and durability. The EuroLED® lens is made from specially formulated high impact acrylic with enhanced chemical resistance.
The subject of Acrylic (PMMA) lenses versus Polycarbonate (PC) is frequently raised by the industry. Lamps made with PC lenses are sensitive to chemical attacks and industry warranty statements go as far as prohibiting liquid washing detergents.
For most commercial transport applications Hella chooses to manufacture sealed LED lamps from a specially formulated High Impact Acrylic with Enhanced Chemical Resistance. Our specially formulated High Impact Acrylic offers many advantages: ultra long-term resistance against fading and UV damage, and enhanced chemical resistance, including all commonly used washing liquids, are just some of them.
In a world consuming resources at an ever faster rate, our DuraLed® and EuroLED® lamps with High impact Acrylic lenses are the truly long term investment. LED lamps made from our special High Impact Acrylic can also be refurbished to near original condition by polishing out fine scratches and road grime. A lamp with over 4 years of active road use can be returned to pristine condition. Due to the properties of Polycarbonate, refurbishing by polishing is not a viable option.
One of the leading advantages of Hella’s LED technology is the Multivolt™ circuitry fitted to most of our LED lamps, ensuring a uniform level of intensity and full light output at any voltage from 9 to 33 volts or, in some cases, 8 to 28 volts.
Multivolt™ LED lamps can be connected to either 12 or 24 volt DC electrical systems. The light performance will not be adversely affected by voltage drop over long cables and corroded connectors. LED lamps fitted with Multivolt™ circuitry are clearly marked throughout the catalogue.
Hella’s patented HCS is a breakthrough in technology and offers seamless compatibility between conventional bulb based lamps and HCS equipped LED lamps. The HCS control unit recognizes either a standard bulb lamp or an HCS LED lamp or a mixture thereof, and continues to work normally, without triggering the bulb failure warning function.
Hella continues to increase its range of LED signal lamps that incorporate Ultra Wide Visibility Optics. LED lamps strictly designed to minimum legal requirements in the horizontal +/-10 to +/-45 degree field suffer from signal fade and become less visible in bright sunlight. By incorporating Ultra Wide Visibility Optics, Hella LED signal lamps are much more noticeable to following drivers particularly as the vehicle in front turns and the LED Stop or Turn signal is viewed from
Hella LED signal lamps, incorporating Ultra Wide Visibility Optics, far exceed the minimum legal brightness requirement
beyond the +/-10 degree horizontal angle. These lamps provide a significantly enhanced Stop and Turn signal to the driver
of the following vehicle. LED signal lamps, incorporating Ultra Wide Visibility Optics, are clearly marked throughout
New Zealand and Australia are exposed to some of the highest and harshest radiation in the world. Hella New Zealand only manufactures products from materials which are highly resistant to UV deterioration, Hella lamps are designed to withstand our harsh environmental conditions and to tolerate long term exposure to high UV levels without fading or embrittlement.
Hella LED lamps are electronic devices. The electrical circuits contain components that have been optimised to suppress possible interference, both emission as well as susceptibility.
Hella design and technology has been incorporated into a new range of DuraLed® White LED lamps setting a new industry benchmark, with the highest lumen per watt efficacy. The DuraLed® White LED range delivers a crisp white light close to daylight resulting in fatigue reduction and provides for enhanced workplace safety.
The DuraLed® White LED range delivers a crisp white light close to daylight resulting in fatigue reduction and provides for enhanced workplace safety.
The range of applications for these products is enormous – refrigerated vehicles, workshops, mining, forestry, truck and bus interiors, caravans, walkways, road works, building exteriors and agriculture – just to name a few. Utilising energy efficient Multivolt™ circuits, these lamps are an ideal choice for solar energy installations and are a ‘Fit and Forget’ solution for both interior and exterior applications.