The Probe, already a popular slimline inspection light for use in confined spaces and hard to reach areas, Narva’s Probe now has a replacement, the Narva Probe II, which builds on the many benefits of its predecessor.
Offering twice the light output, along with five hours of continuous illumination, the inspection light can now be charged via micro USB cable.
While these improvements alone will have users clambering for it in the workshop, the benefits don’t stop there.
Other upgrades include a larger rubber moulded grip that is specifically designed to provide non-slip comfort when handling, and a more robust construction, making the Probe II suitable for use also as a general inspection light.
Using the latest high intensity SMD L.E.D technology, the Probe II provides a smooth, broad and even light output. As with the previous Probe, the latest version makes use of handy top-mounted L.E.Ds to provide end tip illumination in small, confined spaces.
Further strengthening its credentials for demanding applications, the lamp features durable construction incorporating a shatterproof polycarbonate lens and is fully sealed to IP66 rating.
Equipped with a Lithium-ion battery, the Probe II benefits from a dramatically-improved run time providing a longer shelf life with no memory effect, meaning the lamp can be recharged at any time and does not require a full charge to continue operating. To monitor battery status, an L.E.D indicator flashes red when recharging is needed and blue when charged.
To charge the lamp, the Probe II couples to a convenient docking station that can charge directly with the supplied 240V USB charger (includes micro USB lead allowing charging from vehicles and computers) or via the optional 12V USB adaptors.
Despite the many enhancements it boasts over the previous generation lamp, the new Probe II has not increased in price. It can be purchased from leading automotive, four wheel drive and transport outlets nation-wide, with a recommended retail price of approximately $119.00.
Additional details can be found by visiting the Narva website at www.narva.com.au