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Hella USA's AS 400 Xenon HID



Windsor Dalrymple; NREMT-P | | Tuesday, July 8, 2008

HellaÜUSAÌs AS 400 Xenon HID (High Intensity Discharge) technology brings Ïbroad daylightÓ to your darkened rescue or worksite with this compact but robust work lamp. Xenon HID lighting creates a brighter, whiter light than an equivalent wattage halogen light source. HID lamps use a high voltage electric arc instead of a glowing filament to create light. The HID tube has a 3,000-hour life, and the arc is created by a ballast thatÌs selfcontained within the lamp. The AS 400 is a good example of German engineering with its die-cast aluminum case and vibration-dampening mount of stainless-steel hardware. It uses 12-V or 24-V power through a standard two-pin, weather-resistant connector, and comes out of the box ready to operate.


Voltage: 12-V or 24-V

Power: 35 watts

Dimensions: 7.8" x 5.5" x 5"

Cost: $667.61



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