Pro Vision Lighting and Electrical LED Solutions for the Mining Industry
Pro-Vision supplies high-intensity discharge (HID) and light-emitting diode (LED) lighting technologies for a wide range of commercial and industrial applications.
We have the expertise and knowledge to advise you on the best solution for your required service and applications. Our solutions are suitable for projects such as automotive light improvements and fleet upgrades for the mining industry.
We provide solutions for the retail, trade and wholesale markets, as well as help you to achieve cost-efficient results.
LED light bars for mining environments
Pro-Vision offers three types of LED light bars, which offer cost-efficiency and flexibility across a wide range of applications.
The F1 Phantom LED Light Bar series provides the largest area of light in distance + width + depth, and the face of the light is only 80mm-high, making it both compact and powerful.
The F1 Phantom is offered in widths of 32in, 42in, and 52in, and available in a straight or curved configuration with heavy duty side-adjustable stainless-steel mounts.
The Extreme Series Triple Row are LED light bars from 12in to 27in wide and have base mounts on a slide rail for easy fitting. While similar to the F1 Phantom in design, the optics are slightly different to enhance the immediate lighting area for optimal effect.
The Pro Series light bars are a single row light-bar, which is a heavy-duty and compact light with a unique mounting option. They have base mounts on a slide rail, adjustable stainless-steel side mounts, and a rigid side mount to adapt to restrictive length requirements.
The Pro Series is a stylish and powerful light bar utilising US-made 10W CREE XM-L2 LEDs with precision optics for distance and width. The Pro Series light bars can be fixed in grills, or on bars, or roof racks, and feature a 50,000h lifespan.
LED headlight bulb kits for mining vehicles
Changing headlight bulbs in a vehicle can be an expensive operation for maintenance costs over extended periods of time.
LED headlight bulb kits are now a viable option for keeping vehicles going without any costly downtime.
In the past, the technology for thermal management and light illumination has been a major factor for why using headlight bulbs in LED were not viable.
The other issue has been the importance of having a light source that is compatible with a wide range of headlight housings and reflectors.
The type of led used, and the engineering of the LED seats, must work in conjunction with the type of lens and reflector in a headlight housing across a broad range of vehicles.
As an all-round solution, the LED headlight kits we recommend is our X8 Pro Kit. The engineering of the where the LEDs are seated, the types of LEDs used (Luxeon Z-ES), and the thermal management systems all work together to provide more lighting, precise cut-offs, and last 100 times the lifetime of halogen bulbs.
LED work lights
Pro Vision offers a range of LED work lights that can withstand high-vibratory situations, are engineered to endure high and low altitude environments with advanced military grade pressure equalisation vents, and have advanced optics for even light dispersion, and are IP68 for complete water and dust protection.
Available with spot or flood beam lenses to cover every aspect of your lighting requirements, the Pro Vision LED work lights range from 10W to 360W. The work lights have a low power consumption/high illumination, to maximise efficiency, and have a dimension range of between 2in and 8in to suit a wide range of applications.
LED driving lights
Driving lights and spotlights have changed significantly with the advancement of lens technology.
In the past, the issue for driving lights was getting distance and width in one light, and an even illumination over a wide area without any dark spots and illumination efficiency. The other issues have been the breakdown of individual parts, including lenses cracking, and inner components failing, the degradation of the lights brightness over time, and the overall lifetime of the lights, which create maintenance issues and higher costs.
The Pro Vision LED Driving Lights use virtually unbreakable PMMA hybrid lenses and are engineered to give you the best of both worlds in distance and width within a single light. The advanced optics are more efficient and create an even beam of light across a broader and longer area, and the components have a long life, lowering costs and making them easier to maintain.
The Pro Vision Range of LED Driving Lights are available in 5″ 80W, 7″ 135W, and 9″ 370W. These three lights will cover every aspect of driving light requirements for size / power / light distribution / long life. Each of these lights has virtually unbreakable PMMA Hybrid lenses, are IP68 water and dust-resistant, has heavy-duty stainless-steel brackets, and are suitable for adverse environments.
LED headlights for road vehicles
The Pro Vision LED headlights comply with international electrical and optical standards for road industry applications and are also built to withstand adverse off-road environments.
The Pro Vision LED Headlights are designed to replace standard halogen-sealed and semi-sealed beam lights, including 7″ round, 4″ x 6″, and 5″ x 7″, which are the most popular in cars and trucks.
The Pro Vision LED Headlights have DRL’s (daytime running lights) for safety and will produce around twice the amount of light as halogen lights and last 100 times longer.
The headlight lenses are a high-impact polycarbonate construction making them suitable for adverse mining conditions where rocks and other debris smash normal glass lenses.
With a five-year warranty on all our lights, choosing from the range of Pro Vision LED lighting products ensures better lighting at a fraction of the cost. Ask us about our special package deals for mining companies and we will work with you to save you money and time.
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Low-Voltage Solutions for Mining Applications
Pro Vision Lighting & Electrical has been involved with the mining industry, providing solutions in LED lighting, since its concept became practically viable around ten years ago. Although we also provide high-voltage solutions, this white paper focusses on low-voltage solutions.