ATVSource.com | Calendar | ATV/UTV Forums | ATV/UTV Reviews | ATV/UTV News | ATV/UTV Product Reviews | ATV/UTV Racing | ATV/UTV Trails | ATV/UTV Videos

Articles
ATV Bone
Machine Reviews
Press Releases
Product Reviews
Racing
Trailheads
Videos
Manufacturers

» Arctic Cat

» ATK/Cannondale

» Can-Am

» E-Ton America

» Honda

» Kasea

» Kawasaki

» KTM

» Polaris

» Suzuki

» Yamaha

ATV Clubs
Calendar
Classified Ads
Forums


 

Vision X

Vision X Lights it Up Again with New 4.7” 4500 HID Light

4.7" 4500 HID Light
4.7" 4500 HID Light

Algona, WA – April 18, 2008 - Just coming off the production line is Vision X’s brand new HID 4500 Series 35 Watt HID Light. This new compact HID light debuts several new features including:

  • A new multi-surface reflector that allows more true light through by utilizing the latest in reflector technology to eliminate the need for a fluted lens.
  • New 35 watt ballast technology with reduced amperage draw and a reduced startup time. Drawing just 5 amps at startup for a duration of 7 seconds versus 8 to 9 amps for 30 seconds. And then running at just 3.6 amps versus 3.8 amps. This will be especially useful for those running multiple lights and race configurations.
  • These new ballasts also feature an important upgrade, which allows input voltage of 9 to 32 volts DC, so they can run on 12 and 24 volt applications without any additional modifications.

The 4500 series HID lights will be available in “Euro”, Flood, and Spot beam patterns. The 4500 lights feature a 5” round lens, and a reduced mounting depth of 2.41”, as compared with 3.4” on the 6500 and 8500 lights. The 4500 lights will have chrome, red, and blue accessory rings available to customize their look.

About Vision Motor Sports
Vision Motor Sports was established in 1997. Located in Seattle Washington Vision has become one of the leading manufacturers of 12 volt lighting in the World. Vision X is known in many markets to be the premier lighting choice. You will find Vision lighting on Boat Towers, Off Road Vehicles, Emergency vehicles, Military Vehicles, Public Transportation Vehicles, Heavy Equipment, commercial vehicles, computer industry, commercial lighting, even underwater in Scuba diving lights all over the World.


Share This Talk About This In Our Forums