The RF10 Ion yellow fog light produces an industry leading yellow light that is far less reflective in snow, sleet, rain, fog, and dust for increased safety in poor weather conditions. The widespread fog beam pattern illuminates far beyond the side of trails and road shoulders, and fills in the dark areas left by your low beams. The integrated Reflector Facing Technology precisely controls the light output and enables it to cut through fog, dust and snow. The SAE-F Compliant beam eliminates glare for oncoming traffic and gives you peace of mind that you are running a street legal product. All RF series light bars have both side and pedestal mount and are engineered with a modular housing that can be linked together, giving you maximum versatility when combining lights for desired length, multiple beam patterns, or beam colors.
PIAA wanted to perfect LED lighting when we designed rearward-facing bulbs and new “first-in-the-industry” reflector technology. The innovative design offers significantly improved lighting and beam control compared to conventional LED and halogen lamps with forward-facing bulbs. The result is greater visibility for drivers.
Key to achieving these performance advantages is PIAA’s advanced Reflective Facing Technology (RFT). PIAA’s exclusive computer-designed, multi-surface reflector concentrates and focuses the beam pattern of the rearward-facing LED bulbs more precisely than forward-facing LED lamps. RFT is featured in PIAA’s LP Series and RF Series LED lights.
Both series of PIAA LED lamps provide brilliant illumination, but with lower power consumption than conventional LED and halogen lamps. They light the road with brilliant cobalt-blue color that is clearly visible to oncoming traffic, providing an added measure of driving safety. The lamps are compact and durable, with the cast aluminum housings and polycarbonate lenses.
PIAA LED light bars are different from every other light bar out there. The RF Series feature Reflector Facing Technology (RFT) that concentrates and focuses beam pattern of the reflector-facing LED bulbs more precisely than forward facing LED lights. This allows for a true, controlled beam pattern, along with more light output per watt versus the competition.
<p>I mounted this on top of the front license plate holder, even with the bumper on a ML320. It has a wide beam pattern that shoots into the sidewalk of both sides of a 2 lane street. I need to aim the angle higher as the recommended installation gives about 30 feet of good light. That's because it's only 15" off the ground. It would be ideal for a pickup truck in that location. I don't see a claim for lumens. I can't guess. Of course I could use more. I'm glad I didn't get the 6" bar and the 18" does not fit the curve of the car bumper. But both the 10 and 18" have the same 4 LEDs. I bet the hybrid in yellow (if available) is a better pattern than flat fog for good weather. I have yet to see this light in the snow. That could happen any day where I drive...</p>
Installed in about ten minutes, mounted up just fine and is brighter than I expected, which is nice. I’ve had good luck with it this far, should have no troubles in the future.
lights up from tree line to tree line end well in front installed on 2004 venture under license plate love this light thanks Piaa
<p>The lights are awsome, they look well built, can't wait to get them in.</p>