BEVOLA lights up the road
We're constantly seeing to achieve a product range adapted to the needs of the market. That's why we also have a very wide range of high quality, top design lights, suitable for the European and particularly the Nordic roads.
Because of the huge range of options, it can also be hard to decide which lights to choose. We've therefore compiled a short guide to choosing the lights that meet your needs – exactly. It all depends of course, on what your needs are.
But general things to consider include:
- How much light do you need?
- Should the light have a wide spread (flood)?
- Should it be more focused (spot)?
- What kind of appearance do you want? Design and form
- Special requirements for ADR, IP degree etc.?
In Denmark, it’s important that the reference value does not exceed 100. The reference value is printed on the lens, along with the E-mark. They also have to be mounted in pairs in Denmark, unless approved as secondary lights.
Other things to bear in mind are where they can be positioned – on the front, or on the top of the vehicle?
Something you must always remember is that lights meet the approvals required by law. Driving lights must have ECE-R112 approval, and should also have EMC:ECE-R10 approval, which means they do not emit electromagnetic interference, able to disrupt other electronic appliances such as mobile phones, radios and tachographs.
When choosing working lights, it’s also important to consider whether you need spread (flood) or a more concentrated light (spot). Using several smaller lights instead of one big one can also be an advantage, gaining better coverage and less glare.
Other things to bear in mind or whether they should be prominent or concealed, and which type of plug they will have – a Deutsch or a cable with no plug?
The more you spend on a light, the longer lifetime and better light quality you get. If driving in very cold conditions, a light with a heated lens may well be a good idea.
One of the last things to consider is the level of IP protection you need. The higher IP tightness a light has, the better protected it is against dust and water getting in.
If you're still in doubt about which light will meet your needs, contact our Customer Service.