ROK40 Utility Lights – Flood (2Pk w/Harness)
LED light pods are an essential part of any vehicle, with a multitude of uses. Lightforce offers some of the best value in utility lights, providing powerful output in a durable and resilient casing – capable of withstanding salt spray, power washing and extreme temperatures. ROK40FPK is a kit containing everything you need to light the way forward, featuring a flood beam for intense close-range coverage.
4 in stock (can be backordered)
Powerful Lighting in a Compact Package
Lightforce’s ROK40 series is the perfect choice for fog visibility, ditch lighting, scene lights, and reverse lighting. With a high-quality housing and powerful output, they truly shine in any application. Each pod has four 10W Cree LED emitters, available in either a Flood (diffused filter) Spot, or Ultra Flood model.
The Nightfall Collection is the latest generation of LED Light bars and accessory lighting from Lightforce, now with a new bolder look, and proven class leading performance. The Nightfall Collection was inspired by the updated & subdued look of Lightforce housings and black logo that comes standard on all LED bar models. This collection leads the pack in LUX light output performance, which is how far the light will effectively shine down the road. Rated at IP68 & IP69k means they have the highest water ingress rating in the industry, so you can be rest assured they will not fog or build up moisture inside the housing. Rated at 5000k and using high-quality Cree LED’s, they shine at the optimal color spectrum of light to maximize depth perception and reduce eye fatigue over time.
A high-quality wiring harness with switch is also included with this kit, so you have everything you need right out of the box.
- High-pressure cast aluminum body
- IP69K rated to protect against moisture / contaminant ingress and water jets
- Hard coated, scratch and high impact resistant polycarbonate lens
- Custom dual-injection molded strain relief connector, fitted to military spec cable
- Military specification waterproof membrane with mechanical seal
- Over, under and reverse voltage protection
- Wide voltage input for compatibility with any vehicle
- Pulse width modulation thermal management circuitry
- Available in ‘spot’, ‘flood’ and ‘ultra flood’ configurations
- Stainless steel bracket and fasteners
- Lifetime satisfaction guarantee
- 2 x Lightforce ROK40 flood beam utility light
- 2 x Mounting bracket and hardware
- 1 x Wiring Harness with waterproof connectors
- 1 x User Instructions
Whether camping in the wilderness, hunting a predator or off-roading through rough terrain, we are there to light the way. Based in Australia, Lightforce equipment is tested in one of the harshest environments in the world; a place filled with adventure and opportunity. Lightforce continues to build its global presence by serving those who value innovation, performance and design.
With more than 35 years’ experience in the field of precision manufacturing, Lightforce has forged an international reputation as the world’s leading manufacturer of innovative 12-volt professional lighting equipment and tactical riflescope optics. Lightforce now exports to more than 50 countries, supplying products that are designed and manufactured to deliver performance in the most hostile conditions. From the frozen Arctic tundra to the scorching heat of the Australian Outback, Lightforce products are built to go the distance.
Note: Specifications below are indicated for a PAIR of lights unless notedRead more
Frequently Asked Questions About LIGHTFORCE Driving Lights
Q: What do you mean by rating your light output by LUX?
A: Wattage alone can be very misleading. Light output is obviously a combination of the bulb, the reflector and lens, it is far more than just wattage or over hyped candlepower. This is one reason why at Lightforce we choose to rate our light output at a 1 LUX reading for a given distance to demonstrate real maximum distance potential. LUX you ask? Well, 1 LUX is considered enough light to read a newspaper. We like LUX as it gives a real-world relatable performance benchmark.
Q: Tell me about this modular filter system. They look like they are just a plastic cover? Surely they will just shatter or crack with a severe impact.
A: As standard most current Lightforce driving lights are supplied with a clear spot clip-on filter. Most Lightforce driving lights are designed to be run at all times with a filter in place. The available filters allow you to change the beam pattern without purchasing another light – they are also replaceable in the rare event that a filter is worn out or is damaged. We use polycarbonate as used in fighter aircraft canopies, security screens, and other critical applications.
Q: Every driving light I have ever seen gets water inside it. What about Lightforce?
A: Every Lightforce light is fitted with a MIL-SPEC Gore-tex® breather (IP57/67/68/IP69K) to minimize ingress of either moisture or other potential contaminant. The majority of lights in the market place have no effective system to deal with water submersion, humidity or dust. This allows many Lightforce products to be rated up to IP69K, able to withstand direct water jets for sustained periods of time.
Q: Are Lightforce lights suitable for ATVs, motorbikes, snowmobiles etc?
A: Absolutely! The lightweight and durability factor makes them the logical choice! In extreme conditions we have no equal. Plus all the modular filter versatility to give you maximum visibility. LED lights also do not put extreme demands on your stator or alternator, allowing you to run more lighting on smaller vehicles.
Q: Why is a Lightforce Halogen Bulb so bright compared to other brands?
A: Our 12V halogen type bulbs incorporate Xenon gas enabling them to burn between 10-20% brighter and whiter than conventional halogen bulbs. At 12V they are rated at 2000 hours run time. Ask any other manufacturer what they rate at? Worldwide, professionals who drive at night in the trucking industry tell us the huge benefit they have made changing to Lightforce in running costs alone.
Q: Can I install and wire the lights myself?
A: We can supply an optional Lightforce wiring harness that will ensure maximum performance and long term reliability. Anyone with basic mechanical knowledge can carry out an installation although a professional often has the many extra tools and knowledge of individual vehicles to ensure the job is done right.
Q: Are Lightforce lights legal on my vehicle?
A: We advise you to check with your local authorities, particularly for on-road use. Black, opaque covers are available which may satisfy some jurisdictions for highway use.
Q: What makes the LEDs that Lightforce uses superior to the competitors’ LEDs?
All LED chips are not made equal: within any production run there will be a number of variants in performance and colour rendering. Each batch undergoes a process called binning that grades the chips from highest to lowest output. Lightforce uses the highest grade chipsets only, we also use a warmer colour temperature of 5000K for better clarity.
Q: What is LUX and why do I sometimes see things measured at 1 LUX while other times at .25 of a LUX or similar?
A: To measure true performance Lightforce use the industry standard measurement of 1 LUX
1 LUX is the minimum amount of illumination that is usable, (enough light to read a newspaper)
NOTE: A number of reputable companies are now using 0.25 LUX – this gives the customer the perception that the light travels a greater distance
Q: Why do some manufacturers talk about ‘raw lumens’, whilst others use ‘effective lumens’ to promote their products?
A: Raw Lumens is an ineffective and misleading way of measuring light as it is calculated in a laboratory environment to determine a single LED’s peak output for a very short duration. In real terms, its performance cannot be replicated in the field due to a number of factors largely the ability to manage the extreme heat that is generated by a large number of LED’s in addition to the current draw and optical loss which can decrease light output by as much as 75%.
In addition, Raw Lumens can be calculated in a number of ways:
the absolute peak performance of a LED chip irrespective of longevity and heat operating at 100%
the manufacturers “recommended” peak power that allows for longevity and thermal management, this in general means, operating the chip at 70-80% its capacity, Lightforce quotes this figure – NOT the absolute peak performance!
Driving an LED over its recommended power rating will greatly reduce the life span of the light and cause additional heat issues. That’s why some competitors in the LED field will only quote Raw Lumens and shy away from quoting effective Lumens; Lightforce quote both
Q: So why don’t all manufacturers advertise effective lumens?
A: The short answer: To give the perception that their products have a greater output, basically to deceive the consumer into thinking a larger number means greater light output. Calculating effective Lumens requires expensive and complex photometry equipment however is the ONLY way to provide true light output in Lumens and most importantly LUX.
Raw Lumens is the measurement of the light source (single LED only) then times the number of LEDs.
Effective Lumens is the measurement of the light output (combined LEDs and factors in associated losses)
LUX is the measurement of the effective light that illuminates a surface at a given distance this is the most important of all.
All Lightforce Photometric Data has been independently supplied, by a NATA accredited laboratory.
Shipping Weight 4.5 lbs Shipping Dimensions 12.5 × 6 × 6 in 1 LUX Distance (Flood)
-40°C to 63°C
Max Current Draw @ 13.2V
2.99 x 3.23 x 3.31"
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