Continental Introduces NightViu LED Working Lights for Construction, Off-Highway Applications

Continental Unveils NightViu LED Working Lights Line

Robust and durable housings stand up to intense vibration and harsh conditions.

Continental has introduced 16 new, premium working lights as part of the company’s NightViu Lighting Solutions line. Engineered for use in construction, mining and off-highway equipment applications, these new NightViu Working Lights have been designed to help improve job site safety by increasing nighttime visibility. NightViu LED Lights are built to withstand the harsh conditions found in construction, mining and agriculture worksites. They feature rugged aluminum die-cast housings with cataphoretic coating, and resilient shatterproof polycarbonate lenses protect the advanced LED light sources, the company says.

NightViu Working Lights feature integrated electronics driver and thermal management systems to allow them to operate safely from -40°F to +190°F. They’re rated IP6K8 / IP6K9K for resistance to impacts, dust and high-pressure water.

The lights’ advanced LED technology delivers exceptional energy efficiency, according to Continental. They produce approximately 100 lumens per watt and have been designed to ensure that they do not create electrical interference that could affect the vehicle’s existing electronics.

With a choice of ultra-wide, wide, flood and spot beam patterns, NightViu Working Lights enable operators to spot obstacles and hazards around the entire job site. Each of the Working Lights beam patterns is offered in a choice of 1,500, 2,500, 3,500 and 4,500 lumen performance for a total of 16 lights in the NightViu Working Lights range.

“These new NightViu Working Lights raise the standard for versatility and durability,” said Edwin Betancourt Jr., product manager, Continental. “With three mounting options, integrated connectors and 16 lighting variants, they can be easily integrated into any vehicle application.”

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