|Item Weight||4 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||8.6 x 6.6 x 6.4 inches|
|Item model number||50212|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||50212|
|OEM Part Number||FLWB50212|
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Rigid Industries 50212 D2 Amber Wide LED Light, (Set of 2)
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Big Power in a Small Package - The Rigid Industries D2 LED Light is one of the most versatile lighting products on the market today. This 6 LED light can be used for virtually any lighting application - from off-road to marine to agriculture. The D2 produces amazing light output while consuming very little power. Its compact size and shape allow the D2 LED Light to fit almost anywhere. Amber LED's - This model features amber LED's. Amber lighting is often used to improve visibility in harsh elements. The glare from blue light is very difficult for the human eye to process. The idea behind amber lighting is that, by removing blue from the light spectrum, we reduce the perceived glare from snow, rain, fog, and dust which results in better visibility. Specter Optics - Our patented Specter optics system features 50% more LED's than our Hybrid optics in the same footprint and is specifically designed to cover more area. By incorporating a reflector with no facets or orange peel, the Specter optics system produces an intense, smooth beam with minimal wasted light. Wide Pattern - The Wide version of our Specter optics system projects a less concentrated beam to provide better visibility of a larger area while still reducing the amount of wasted light. It produces the same lumen output and center intensity as the Driving version, but its scalloped design allows more light to spill to each side for a wider horizontal dispersion. Quality Construction - Our circuitry is designed in-house to be more powerful, be more efficient, and generate less heat. Our durable aluminum housings feature custom, over-sized heat sinks which keep the temperature down and allow our LED's to run cooler and brighter. All Rigid Industries LED lights receive a high quality powder coat finish, a custom-molded rubber seal, and an unbreakable, scratch resistant lens. Rigid Industries LED lights are engineered to withstand whatever you, the road, or nature can throw at them.
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A few notes to keep in mind:
1. Electrical compatibility. For my application (using them as the fog lights on a Jeep Wrangler), since they are LED you need to connect them to a separate switch since the main fog light switch on a wrangler uses the Jeep's communication bus and that can cause the lights to flicker while driving (but not while stopped since I'm guessing there are fewer singles going across the bus while stopped). I had them re-connected to an sPod unit with switches in the cab of the Jeep and the lights have been flawless since then.
2. Accidentally leaving them on. I use these as day-time driving lights as well. That said, when I installed my sPod the dealer didn't connect the ignition wires to it. sPods have a cool feature where you can set switch one and/or switch two to not have power if the engine is off. What I find is that during the day I tend to accidentally leave these on. Since they are LEDs they draw so little power that it hasn't been an issue. However, next time I'm getting something done on the jeep I'm going to get those wires connected so these lights turn on automatically when the engine is running and turn off automatically when the engine is off.
3. If you are mounting these in a replacement bumper like I did (a Poison Spyder JK Brawler) or I guess even the stock bumper, you'll want to get the mounting adapter since the stock fog lights are round and these are square. The adapter mounts are cheap, easy to use and work perfectly. The lights look great even when off in the bumper.
4. Wide or Spot lenses. For fog lights I personally recommend wide LED since that seems to give a better/wider close-in view of the road in fog. Have spots wouldn't seem to be horrible, but seems to be a bit counter to the point and more likely to create glare. Personal preference I guess, but think about it and make a conscious decision about the type you want before buying.
5. LED vs. traditional lights. Since it can be a pain to get at the back inside of a front bumper once it is mounted on your vehicle, and since LEDs use so much less power than standard lights (meaning slower energy drain on the battery if the engine is not running) it seems a no-brainer that LEDs are the way to go. Maybe there is a counter-point, but I can't think of what it would be right now.