With a 4,300 lumen count and power draw of 42 watts, the new Squadron XL is the only single housing LED light on the market that has the distance of an 8 HID with the smooth spread of an LED. Perfect for enthusiasts that need a vast amount of light and are looking for something other than a light bar. The Squadron XL includes three interchangeable lenses, and is capable of covering more lighting zones than any other light on the market.
Baja Designs Features:
- Limited Lifetime Warranty Complete Purchase Protection
- uService® Technology Replaceable Lenses and Optics
- ClearView®: Multiform Optics All the light, right where you need it.
- MoistureBlock Technology Waterproof, Rain Proof, Submersible
- CopperDrive Only LED driven at 100%
- 5000K Daylight Temperature Less Driver Fatigue, Natural Color
- Lumens: 4300 Utilizing 4 Cree XM-L2 T6 Bin LEDs
- Wattage/Amps: 42W / 3.5A
- Weight: 2.45 lbs
- LED Life Expectancy: 49,930 Hours
- Built-in Reverse Battery & Transient Voltage Suppressor Protection
- Front Lens: Hardcoated Polycarbonate
- Housing: Extruded Aluminum, Anodized
- Exceeds MIL-STD810G (Mil-Spec Testing)
- IP69K (Waterproof, Submersible to 9ft)
- IK10 Compliant (Mechanical Impact Testing)
- Driving/Combo: This pattern allows for maximum trail coverage, equipped both driving and spot optics, providing you with a smooth blend of light for near field applications and distance.
- Spot: This pattern disperses a longer and narrower beam focus that allows the driver to see further down the trail or road he is traveling. The Spot pattern is great for long range and are designed to be used in conjunction with other wider beam patterns.
- Wide Cornering: This pattern offers the most evenly distributed light pattern of the group. These beams are designed for near field and cornering applications. In addition, this beam is great in dusty or foggy conditions. Due to its flat horizontal dispersion this light should always be used in conjunction with other beams to provide the best possible lighting effect. Baja Designs Wide Driving beams have a 42 degree pattern.