The Filament Tuned Reflector FTR has been geometrically optimised to realise the full potential of the luminous flux produced
by the light source, directing more light where it is needed. Manufactured from aluminium with a robust base and hard top coat, the FYRLYT reflector possesses exceptionally high spectral reflectance whilst being scratch, chemical and heat resistant.
Quick Change Sacrificial Lens • A design feature delivering superior performance.
The lens has been designed to be readily replaceable without tools, making lens covers redundant. With FYRLYT, the lens and cover are one and the same. This eliminates the compounding light losses induced by the 2 redundant plastic to air surface transitions that come with transparent lens covers. This with the reduction in operating temperature is valuable in maximising light performance. The simple lens removal also allows for the bulb to be changed from the front of the light if the mounting limits rear access.
Integrated Spread or Spot beam • Just push & twist! No tools. No sweat. Job done!
The Integrated Spread or Spot beam, provides two factory set beam patterns in the one light that can be adjusted to suit the driving conditions in seconds by pushing and rotating the bulb holder.
Integrated Quick Change Bulb & Heat Sink • Smart design & precision machining!
Management of the operating temperature of high performance lights is crucial. FYRLYT has integrated a quick release system for fast bulb change with a high performance aluminum alloy heat sink, manufactured from T6060-T5. This feature is an essential component in facilitating the use of high performance light sources whilst maintaining acceptable operating temperatures.
Gore® Vent Breather • Water, mud, snow or dust? Desert, tropics or Arctic Circle? No problem!
The Gore® Vent breather reduces the possibility of water ingress when operated in moist air whilst paradoxically providing a seal if the light is submerged. This is achieved by its breathing characteristics which provides a means to maintain a near to equilibrium air pressure to that of ambient by releasing pressure caused by the temperature rise when the light is in use. Conversely it allows an inflow of air when it cools to eliminate the creation of a significant vacuum within the light.
Billet Machined Aluminum Alloy Base • A world first!
The billet machined Aluminum Alloy (T6060-T5) base maintains its impact strength at extremely low temperatures unlike some
metals and plastics, whilst providing exceptional resistance to vibration. This ensures the light maintains the set position in the most adverse operating conditions. In addition it provides infinitely variable adjustment within a 25mm (1.0") range.
Hard Coated Optical Surfaces • Protecting your investment 24/7/365
The hard coating applied to both the lens and reflector optical surfaces provides improved chemical and scratch resistance to the base materials, maximising the longevity of the optical performance of the light. When comparing other lights, ask if their reflector and lens are hard coated?
Stainless Steel Fasteners • Not just any stainless steel!
The fasteners and spring in FYRLYT are manufactured from austenitic stainless steels for optimum corrosion resistance.
FYRLYT considers every potential scenario and utilizes the best grade of materials for durability.
Injection Moulded Engineering Resins • Result? A composite body of unrivaled strength.
The non metallic components of FYRLYT are manufactured from high impact reinforced and non reinforced engineering polymers with exceptionally high impact and fatigue characteristics. This coupled with higher than normal wall sections have created anextremely robust configuration.
FYRLYT Lights are Rebuildable • We want you as a customer for life on or off road!
All components can be individually purchased as spares and thanks to smart design are simple for the owner to reassemble to
as good as new. We believe no other manufacturer offers this not just as a feature BUT big savings in your pocket long term.
1 LUX @ 'X' metre claims? Often misleading.
A favourite marketing FACTOID is to state '1 lux @ 'X' m' without any context. Whilst indicative it can be misleading without relevant data. Is the figure laboratory extrapolated? What is the shape and volume of the beam? It is comparatively easy to focus a light to a tight spotlight beam BUT this is useless as a driving light and will only impress the newbies/keyboard heroes. It is not the kangaroo or roadsign at 1km you need to worry about... It is light where it is useful and relevant to your reaction time without detrimental foreground glare!
What about FYRLYT current draw?
Many 'experts' appear fixated on this and often get it wrong. Generally if you are running a 70amp or greater you will have no issues. Remember the amp draw is only relevant to items being operated, it is not a fixed draw of the combined total as soon as you turn the key!
Consider this. Many enthusiasts think nothing of swapping out an entire suspension system or modifying thousands of dollars worth of bodywork to install a bullbar and snorkel so what is so mysterious about an alternator? It is just plain silly so don't fall for it. If you have any questions re this please do not hesitate to contact us!
Not all installers are equal!
Automotive electrics is often misunderstood even by some big names who should know better. Just because you have a big dollar twin battery setup does not mean you can take short cuts. It is vital our simple instructions be followed and voltage tested at the bulb. Over nearly ten years our experience is that ANYONE having issues has been let down by the installer NOT FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS! Still unsure? We respect that and we are available to answer your questions and arm you with FACTS. Our track record of solving customers problems is exemplary.
This video shows why 5000K is a problem.
The video of this unfortunate collision really points to a startling construct. Why would you buy a driving light that DECREASES your ability to see therefore increasing your reaction time?
We were sent this directly by the driver who was pretty disappointed with a well known brand 'Aussie' LED light he had purchased after being TALKED into them when he had been considering FYRLYT. He took on good faith what he was being told but this event changed everything. Since changing to NEMESIS he wishes he had not compromised his safety, time and money on the LEDs.
This is an irrefutable truth that raises questions about the marketing and promotion of 5000K and higher type LEDs and HIDs as being 'best' when science and events say differently. This is not a one off and has been repeated to us many many times over the years but this is the first footage we have seen that illustrates it perfectly. Given the choice, you would not choose the cheapest brakes or cheapest tyres if they did not perform? Why would lights be any different?
The driver was an experienced middle age male with both hands on the wheel and not distracted. The frame grab at the end is when he is FIRST aware of the deer and makes a subtle but rapid movement to the left and then to the right. We have studied this frame by frame on a 4K monitor. You have the luxury of replaying this over and over and YES the deer is visible in retrospect a few frames earlier but was not to the driver. This is the ENTIRE POINT of the video and our position re the importance of CRI and why 5000K and greater lights are not ideal and falsely sold to you as being correct. This has been digitally time coded from unaltered footage, we have done the math for you.
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