The lighting and electronics specialist HELLA, which operates under the umbrella brand FORVIA, will be presenting its new product range from August 30 to September 1, 2022, at the iVT Expo in Chicago/USA.
The event is one of the leading trade shows and networking events for customers in the agricultural machinery, construction equipment and mining sectors. The HELLA trade fair presentation will focus on various solutions from the areas of front and rear lighting as well as warning lights, work lights and electrics/electronics for individual styling.
Distinctive and unique design is playing an increasingly important role, especially for agricultural and construction machinery and other industrial vehicles. Customized LED lighting solutions are an important lever for this. HELLA has more than 100 years of experience in automotive original equipment and continues to advance lighting technology from the idea to the finished product. True to the motto “from professional to professional”, HELLA develops and produces products that are precisely tailored to the needs of customers and optimally implement the requirements of manufacturers and designers.
Individual appearance with the S series work lights
“Simple, steady and streamlined” – that is the motto of HELLA’s S-Series work lights on display at the iVT Expo in Chicago. The headlamp series was launched in 2021 and is suitable for agricultural machinery, construction machinery, mining vehicles, forklifts, trucks and trailers as well as municipal vehicles. The S-Series is available in both a round and square design, as well as surface-mounted and built-in versions.
K-LED Nano warning light for vehicles with height restrictions
Another trade fair highlight from HELLA is the smallest homologated beacon to date: with a height of just 68 millimeters, the K-LED Nano offers LED technology in the smallest of spaces. This makes it particularly suitable for municipal vehicles, tractors and large vehicles that have to comply with a height restriction or have little mounting space available. The K-LED Nano uses flashing light to generate a long-range, amber warning signal to alert other road users and secure operational sites. It has a particularly high light intensity, for which it is approved according to the European ECE standard R65 Class 1 and the American SAE standard J845 Class 1.