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Covert Infra-red conversion kit available for both
the Golight wired and Golight Radioray remote control lamps. Pictures above and below show Radioray with IR Enhancer.
Note the clip on flood adapter to change beam from spot to flood. Click on image below for more details
|Golight IR Enhancer with clip on
|flood adapter to spot beam
|Golight protective dome
|Golight Stryker HID
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Golight lamps are used on a variety of vehicles, adding
to the security and effectiveness of personnel in the vehicles. They are tough and reliable.
In situations where secret
radio frequencies are in operation, the Golight of choice is the wired model 2020 or 2021. These can be protected
by strong domes (tested by M.I.R.A.), or by bespoke cages. Clip on filters in red, amber and blue, are available
for most of the Golight lamps, including the hand held Profiler 11.
Golight Stryker HID the most powerful spotlight in the range
base, wireless remote (can be used up to 150 feet from light )and cigarette socket plug for portability. Uses only
NEW GOLIGHT LED available in Golight models and Stryker models or as retrofit.
Only 3 amp draw. Instant on.
A new infrared conversion kit for the Golight
lamps in 2,5 and 7 series features a clip on filter to convert the spot light to a flood light.
The infrared filter
can be removed by un-doing 4 screws to convert the lamp to a conventional light.
For infrared conversion
kit add £170 to basic cost of lamp
|Golight Model 2020
Golight Model 2020 (white) or 2021
with dash mount remote
Package includes 20 foot wiring harness
with quick dis-connects for easy installation.
Unit measures 7"x7"x6.5"
Available in either 12v or 24 v
|Golight on Mastiff in Afghanistan
|protected by Golight dome
|Golight protected by manufactured cage
|Golight on Humv
|..on Pinzgauer Vector. Click to enlarge image
Golight Profiler 11 powerful military grade hand held re-chargeable searchlight
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"They have been very great products,
we have defeated numerous IED
threats in our area because of them"
1Lt Jason Neumann
light can't be beat!! I have punished
this light for 2 months and it just won't stop.
Doug Kreiger, Scottsburg, IN
"Very powerful compared to my other
Very good design...fast recharge, and the shoulder
comes in handy."
"I am impressed with the overall quality and
performance...perfect for tracking"
As a Route Clearance
Platoon Leader in Iraq we used Golights on every truck we had. On many occasions the performance of the GOLIGHT combined
with the ability to remotely scan the road allowed us to see the small signs that alerted us to the presence of an Improvised
Explosive Devise in the road. On several other occasions the power and range of our GOLIGHTS resulted in our spotting insurgents
on roof tops that had intended to blow us up but instead they were forced to run for their lives, often with our bullets following
them. As for durability I’m not sure of a tougher test for a light than to continue working after a vehicles was blown
up by an IED but the GOLIGHTS always did. In Afghanistan I am doing Route Clearance again and almost all our work is in the
open desert. Here we use the GOLIGHTS not only to look for IEDs but we use them to constantly search the desert terrain ahead
of us and they are the best tool that I know of to scan ahead in a sweeping motion during off road driving to pick the best
route and prevent vehicles from getting stuck in a hole or even rolling over. Army Engineers use GOLIGHTS because they are
tough, dependable, and they get the job done.
CPT TIM PETERSON
309TH MAC (Route Clearance)
I forgot to mention that the Golight has been instrumental in our discovering several roadside
bombs at night. This surely saved some severe damage to equipment & may possibly have saved soldiers lives (including
our own). We have also had some close detonations without damage to the bulb due to shock. The Golight was used twice during
severe dust storms with zero visibility to identify the edge of the road, 2 ft. from the vehicle. The standard high-intensity
flashlights (Pelicans) did not do the trick, nor did our fixed halogen spotlights. Identifying the edge of the road enabled
us to continue to our base safely, albeit slowly, saving us several hours of choking dust on the route. The light continued
to work properly & has so far only required blowing out the accumulated dust with high-pressure air to keep working.
Simpson, U.S. Army