ANNOUNCEMENT Baja designs ONX due for release in 6 weeks

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ANNOUNCEMENT Baja designs ONX due for release in 6 weeks

Postby Roo System » Fri Oct 19, 2012 12:09 pm

Hey fellow offroaders here's a bit of information u might find helpful. I have seen these in action and they are awesome.

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After years of engineering and advances in LED technology we at Baja Designs can proudly say that LED lights are officially the future of off road racing. The new OnX LED Light Bar is the only light bar on the market that has the distance of an 8” HID with the smooth spread of an LED. The OnX is available in 8” increments ranging from 8” all the way to 51”. Each 8” increment offers a concentrated beam of 3600 lumens. Countless hours of testing and preparation have ensured that the OnX will be perfect for racers and enthusiasts that need a vast amount of light at high speeds. The OnX will utilize a Cree XML T6 Bin LED at 5000k, which will be complimented by our one of a kind user changeable optics that have been specifically designed for the OnX’s HID like distance projection. If you’re looking for the guaranteed farthest projecting LED light on the market, look no further.



Patterns available: Long Range Spot, Standard Spot, Driving Combo and Wide Cornering Combo.

Features:

Both Spot and Horizontal Spread Optics can be combined in one lamp
Optics are user changeable
Tri-Level Heat Management system
Weight: 2.5 lbs
IP68 (Submersible to 9ft)
Hardcoated User Changeable Polycarbonate Lens
Lifetime Warranty



Specifications:



Dimming: Accessible Medium (Dust) and Strobe Modes
Total Lumens: 3600
Housing: Extruded Aluminum, Anodized, Laser Etched
Power Consumption: 42 watts
Emitter: CREE XM-L LED, 5000 Kelvin
8.0” Long, 2.25” High, 4.25” Inches Deep
50,000 hour LED life expectancy

For more information please call 1300 305 709 and ask for Keith
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Postby El_Freddo » Tue Jun 11, 2013 9:51 pm

Anyone tried these out - would like to know what colour light these throw as I'm not a fan of the blue LED look.

Also keen for photos of the mounting that people are using :mrgreen:

Cheers

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