Denali D4 2.0 TriOptic LED Light Kit With DataDim Technology
With Full Wiring Harness & M8 MountRated 5/5 based on 1 reviews.
The DENALI D4 2.0 TriOptic™ LED light kit with DataDim technology is among the most powerful auxiliary lights on the market, thanks to a stingingly strong quartet of LEDs that help you identify trouble as far as 800ft down the road yet still shines brightly to the edges of the road and beyond. Four 10-watt CREE XPL HI LEDs produce a piercing beam of light yet combine to use just 6.6 amps for both lamps.
New with the DENALI 2.0 generation is the industry-leading TriOptic™ lens system. Right out of the box, the D4 is fitted with True-Hybrid™ lenses, providing a combination of spot and flood patterns in each lamp. This configuration gives you 560ft of forward light and 140ft of visibility to the side. That's almost 600ft to read a road sign and 140ft to see the deer lurking among the bushes. Also in the box are lenses that convert all four LEDs in each lamp to a spot pattern, resulting in a tight, distance-focused beam brilliant out to 800ft while still retaining a 110ft beam width. Want a third option? Fit one of each lens to your D4 pair to get a Spot-Hybrid configuration that offers 625ft of maximum distance with a 140ft beam width. The spot lenses are E-Marked to be road legal in countries where this is a requirement.
The DENALI D4 housing is only 3.9in square and 2.6in. deep, and uses cast-in cooling fins to effectively dissipate heat and maximize light output. A durable black powder coated finish and a special Impact PC™ corrosion proof bezel ensures your lights will continue to look great even after repeated stone and debris impacts. Because of its size, the D4 is recommended for use with sturdy crash bars or other engine-protection devices, or with DENALI’s expanding line of bike-specific mounts.
The D4 2.0 kit uses a just-developed HotSwap™ modular wiring harness that, by default, causes these single intensity lights to function at full brightness. But if you would like them to operate at both half and full power, simply add the dual intensity DataDim™ controller. No other changes are required except to replace the original relay with the DataDim™ module and connect one wire to the high-beam circuit. (You can also purchase a three-position switch to manually control light intensity independent of the bike’s high beam.)
DENALI’s previous quad-LED D4 has proven its worth to sport-touring and adventure riders the world over. Now, the next-generation DENALI 2.0 D4 is here to take motorcycle illumination to an entirely new level.
Denali D4 2.0 TriOptic LED Light Specifications:
- LEDs (8, 4 per lamp) 10 Watt Cree XPL HI
- Power Draw: 6.6 amps (total)
- Beam Distance (spot): 800ft
- Beam Width (spot): 110ft
- Raw Lumens: 8760
- Intensity: Single Intensity Harness
- DataDim™ Compatible: Yes
- Operating Voltage: 12v
- Pod Size 3.9in diameter x 2.6in deep
Denali D4 2.0 TriOptic LED Light Kit Contents:
- (2) LED light pods
- (2) True-Hybrid lenses (pre-installed)
- (2) E-Mark approved spot lenses
- (1) HotSwap™ single intensity wiring harness
- (1) DrySeal™ waterproof illuminated switch
- (1) 7/8in handlebar switch mount
- (1) 1in handlebar switch mount
- (2) Hinge mounts with M8 stainless steel hardware
- (4) Zip ties & (1) adhesive mounting square
Amazing LightsBy: GunnyL on 13 February 20182013 Triumph Tiger 800xc These lights are incredibly well built. Come stock with two lens options Spot Hybrid (Installed) and True Spot (inside packaging). I use the Spot Hybrid and I added the Dual Density Switch (Highly Recommended). These lights are extremely bright at full power so having the dual density capability gives you the ability to be seen during the day or night and with low beams greatly increases your ability to see both in front and peripherally compared to stock headlights. Switching to brights just lights up the night in a way that will significantly garner attention from other drivers but on a dark country road or in the woods will give you great vision. These lights are truly worth every penny I spent for them. And given the choice, I would definitely buy them again.