HL Compact – the first LED Headlight to give superior light for the slow moving vehicle

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Industry leader in off highway machine lighting solutions, TYRI, have launched the very first LED headlight designed specifically for the slow moving vehicle, giving superior light to the ground in front of the machine.

TYRI lighting experts have designed and developed the HL Compact to ensure it offers the very latest optical technology and features.

Compact Design – The HL Compact has an innovative design with powerful light output. This attractive headlight offers the latest LED technology to replace some of the most popular halogen headlights on the market or as an OEM standard part.

ECE approved – The HL Compact is within ECE requirements, designed for slow moving vehicles where light, especially the low beam patterns, are required to be as wide as possible and where you do not need a long range reach.

Daytime Running Light -This unique feature allows the vehicle to be seen during daytime operations. Increasing safety and awareness for other road users. The operator can enable or disable this feature to their requirements.

Tested to TYRI highest standards – The lens of the head light has been glass coated to ensure it is scratch resistant. The HL compact has also under gone rigorous vibration testing, tested in laboratory conditions to withstand 10 G between 5-2000hZ and 50 G shock in all 3 axis. It is IP 69K approved and available in multiple configurations.

TYRI R&D Director Christian Wadell states, “The HL Compact is the result of dedicated development to create a headlight which is robust, delivers on output and is a direct replacement for some of the most popular halogens on the market. We designed the optics to provide exceptional light spread in front of the vehicle, where it is needed, even when installed at a higher high than traditional car and lorry headlights. We are extremely proud to state the HL Compact is ECE approved and can be used on road as well as off road and will also withstand the toughest of conditions.”

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