Australian firm Ironman 4x4 has released a range of LED lights. The firm produces and tests accessories for 4X4 driving
Ironman 4x4 launches versatile LED Australian firm Ironman 4x4 has released a range of LED lights. The firm produces and tests accessories for 4X4 driving -- PHOTO : IRONMAN 4x4, GAVIN FOO

AUSTRALIAN firm Ironman 4x4 has released a range of LED lights. The firm produces and tests accessories for 4X4 driving.

The lights, which have been tried and tested in Australian conditions, are suitable for any application – from unique modular designs to full length light bars.

They each have a polycarbonate lens cover with high strength- and impact-resistance, along with diecast alloy housing.

The lights can operate on a range of voltages from 10-30 V direct current (DC) and have an output of 2,700 lumens with light colour of 6,000k. The units are also waterproof at the IP67 level and have an adjustable mounting system.

The universal LED lights consist of a set of four 4W Cree LED lights.

These lights can operate in a range of voltages from 10-30V DC, have an output is 720 lumens and a colour of 6,000k.

The 30W unit is a 276mm-long set of six 5W Cree LED lights with a spot beam and an output of 2,700 lumens.

The 60W light bar uses twelve 5W Cree LED bulbs and is 516mm long. It has a brightness of 5,400 lumens and is available in a spot beam.

Visit www.revoperformance.com.sg for more details.

8 safe driving tips

  • When riding through sand or mud, remember to deflate your tyres slightly so as to increase its traction.
  • Remember to re-inflate your tyres before going on-road again.
  • Don’t speed while off-roading as people usually tend to lose control of their vehicles.
  • If you lose traction of the tyres and the vehicle is barely moving, turn the steering wheel left to right to allow the front tyre walls to find extra grip.
  • Never go off-roading in a single car, unless the car is well equipped with the necessary 4 X 4 equipment such as winches and ropes.
  • Carefully choose and consider the approach and line that you take to get over and around obstacles. This is to avoid damage and maintain traction to get over, around or through the obstacles you negotiate.
  • Ensure that the vehicle is checked by your own mechanic before any expedition.
  • During night driving, make sure that all the lights are working perfectly, so as to prevent blind driving or driving down dangerous slopes or ditches.
  • Sometimes it is difficult to navigate your line of choice as it can be hard to see everything around your vehicle from the driver’s seat. This is where the help of another driver or “spotter” can be quite valuable, as he or she will help ensure that the vehicle is in a safe position.