Review these three newly launched Philips workshop lamps for GW Views

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Review these three newly launched Philips workshop lamps for GW Views
The Philips pocket inspection lamp RCH5S, the cordless work lamp RCH25, and the portable projector light PJH10,

Garage Wire is calling on its readers to register their interest to review the recently launched Philips pocket inspection lamp RCH5S, the cordless work lamp RCH25, and the portable projector light PJH10.

Readers should register their interest by emailing their business name and address to [email protected].

Lumileds – the company is exclusively licensed to use the Philips brand for its automotive lighting and accessories portfolio – has introduced three new workshop lamps, all of which featuring a unique dimming function for enhanced comfort while working.

When boost mode is too bright to see fine detail and eco mode is too dark, mechanics require the flexibility of a dimming function: the tool’s adjustable brightness can meet a variety of illumination needs at the press of a button.

The memory function automatically stores the last setting when switching back on.

Light output

The Philips RCH5S provides up to 300 lumen and can be dimmed to 30, the Philips RCH25 provides up to 500 lumen and can be dimmed to 50, finally the Philips PJH10 provides up to 1 000 lumen and can be dimmed gradually down to 100 lumen.

All three are equipped with high-quality LEDs for a bright, intense light with maximum performance.

LEDs have a colour temperature of 6000 K and produce a natural white light that is easy on the eye, improving visual comfort and reducing eye strain for fatigue-free working.

The Philips RCH5S and Philips RCH25 also feature a powerful spot light to distribute the light exactly where it’s needed.

Docking station

In addition, the Philips RCH5S and Philips RCH25 are compatible with the same docking station, included in the respective product packaging.

The docking station is compact, flexible, and provides seamless handling.

All three of the new professional LED workshop lamps are designed for the toughest environments, conforming to IK09 , one of the highest international shock impact resistance standards.

The lamps are covered with rubber, providing further protection for an already robust housing.

Durable

During impact certification tests, the devices were dropped on all six sides from a height of 1.5 meters (about shoulder height).

The lamps conform to the second-highest international ingress protection standard, IP68 .

Built using rigorous manufacturing and multiple sealing processes, the Philips professional LED workshop lamps are highly resistant to splashed water or even immersed in water for a long time, protected from dust and resistant to oil, grease and most chemicals as well as workshop solvents.

While the Philips RCH5S and Philips RCH25 are rechargeable via a docking station, the Philips PJH10 has a micro-USB cable for enhanced mobility.

With up to 12 hours’ battery life (Philips RCH5S and PJH10) in dimmed mode and fast charging – less than 2.5 hours for the Philips RCH5S – mechanics can use the new Philips professional LED workshop lamps all day.

Lumileds’ UK business development manager, Richard Armstrong said: “The new Philips professional LED workshop lights provide mechanics with the brightness that best suits their needs, from brief inspection to maintenance and repair work.

“These three new Philips workshop lamps are our most advanced rechargeable professional LED work lights on the market.

“Not only do their high-quality LEDs provide bright natural light, they achieve the highest standards in durable construction, such as *IK09 and *IP68 scores.”

Email [email protected] for your chance to review this product or select ‘more details’ below for further information about Revive.

Review status: Enquiries to review these lamps have now closed and the review will be published in GW Views soon.

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