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Old 07-13-2011, 01:38 PM   #1
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Rebel Offroad: VisionX Launches Low-Pro Extreme LED light bars

Rebels,
So Vision X walks in to the office this morning and hands me a packet of paper. In it, lights so new they don't even have a name for them yet! (low-pro Extreme is my lame attempt at a name.)

Anyways, down to the specs:
5 WATT LED's, (CREE), 1.5" tall, LOW amp draw.

XIL LPX310 5" low profile
1.07 amps / 1,242 lumens

XIL LPX910 12" low profile
3.2 amps / 3,726 lumens

XIL LPX1810 12" Xmitter Prime (dual stack)
6.42 amps / 7,452 lumens

XIL PX5410 30" Xmitter Prime (dual stack)
19.3 amps / 22,356 lumens (hooooly cow!)

These all have Prime Drive technology making them smarter than the newest Prius on the road.

Exclusive to Rebel Offroad for this week, call for pricing.
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Prime Drive - The Smart LED
Vision X Prime Drive is the most advanced technology available allowing for the most possible light output while maintaining the LEDs 50,000 hour life span. Prime Drive technology includes the following:
Electronic Thermal Management
ETM monitors the heat output of the LEDs in order to maintain safe operating temperatures and prolong the LED life span to its full 50,000 hour potential.
Pulse Width Modulator
With the Pulse Width Modulator technology, the light is dimmable with the use of a separate controller to allow for optimum flexibility.
Powerfully Driven LEDs
The Prime Series is driven at 90%, meaning less energy wasted and more light output. This allows for the most lumens while maintaining the optimal operating conditions for the LEDs.
Pure Optics
With 90% optically pure Vision X optics, you can be sure that you are getting the most distance and most accuracy out of each LED.

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