HOUSING Housing constructed of reinforced, impact-resistant ABS, for weight reduction, corrosion resistance and strength.
LENS Clear and amber high quality Lexan protective lens shields are included with each light to keep the lens protected from stones and debris
IP68 IP68 Connectors are easily attached to the included wiring harness for a moisture and dust free connection. Additionally, the wiring harness comes with a lighted switch and a fuse.
MOUNTS Adjustable mounting system features interlocking splines for positive engagement and provides a range of over 90° of adjustment.
4" Explorer HID Light
7" Explorer HID Light
A spot beam is perfect for illuminating the horizon directly in front of you. Explorer Lighting ‘Spot’ lights, produce a tighter, more intense beam of light to see objects and potential hazards lying in your path. This style of light beam is ideal for driving on unpaved roads with plenty of long, straight sections and is commonly used in the go-fast racing scene.
Flood lights are designed to open up the angle of light emitted from the bulb, providing a wide light pattern extending out both horizontally and vertically. These are great when driving through dense bush or challenging terrain as they maximize your ability to see the obstacles around you, and highlight a clear path without any unseen surprises.
Although HID and Halogen lights can only be bought as spot or flood beams, when purchasing multiple lights for your vehicle, we recommend combining spot and flood together to achieve this ‘combo’ result.
Lumens is the measure of total light (luminous flux) the off-road lamp produces without regard to the direction of the lamp or terrain. Generally, the higher the number, the brighter the light. Brighter lights allow you to see more on the trails during the night, when you need it the most.
The European IP (Ingress Protection) rating system is the accepted standard for measuring how well protected the product is from the elements. Pro Comp Explorer HIDs IP68 rating is the highest rating available for both dust and water. This certifies them as waterproof-submersible to an unprecedented depth of 5 meters for 60 minutes.
Color temperature is a description of the warmth or coolness of a light source. By convention, yellow-red color are considered warm and blue-green is considered cool. Cool light is preferred for visual tasks because it produces higher contrast than warm light. The cooler the light, the better you can see while off-roading at night. Pro Comp’s Explorer HID lights have a color temperature of 6,000K giving them a cool white light for maximum visibility.
The HIDs feature an adjustable mounting system that utilizes interlocking splines for positive engagement that won’t come loose from vibration. This system provides a range of over 90? of adjustment. You can mount these lights on roofs, roof racks, bumpers, window mounts, and even sideways. Mouth them anyway you want, then get out there and use them with confidence.