Operating at less than 14 watts, the Dialight Low Beam Headlamp uses more than 70 percent less energy than conventional halogen headlamps and one-third the energy of the leading LED competitor in its class, the company says. The Low Beam Headlamp requires no cooling fans or other moving parts to manage heat, eliminating the failure points commonly found in other LED products.
Where typical conventional headlamps require replacement about once every nine months, the Dialight unit offers a life expectancy of more than 10 full years, seven of those backed by Dialight's full-replacement peace of mind warranty.
Made in the USA at Dialight's Roxboro, N.C. facility, the headlamp meets the Buy America requirements and is SAE/DOT FMVSS108 compliant. Its rugged aluminum alloy die cast housing and hard-coated polycarbonate lens make the weather-proof unit impact resistant to hold up to the wear and tear of transit use. The plug-and-play unit features universal 12V and 24V dual-voltage operation.