Dash mount controller for NightRay H3 Spotlight

KH Industries introduces new wireless, Dash Mount Controller for NightRay H3 Spotlight.

Hamburg, N.Y.—KH Industries has developed a new, versatile dash mount controller for its recently introduced NightRay H3 Spotlight. The new wireless controller is designed to be permanently mounted in the vehicle with industrial fasteners that simplifies installation and eliminates the need for a hard wired controller.

Models Available:
•    775-20KFDM: Wireless NightRay, Par 46 H3 Spotlight only, with new dash mount controller
•    NR-775-20DDW: Dual Controlled NightRay, Par 46 H3 Spotlight only, with new dash mount controller and handheld key fob
•    NR-20KFDS: Dash mounted Wireless Controller (can be programmed to any wireless NightRay Spotlight

NightRay vehicle mounted spotlights were designed specifically for the rigors of the utility industry and over the years have become the worklight of choice for utility power lineman. Because of NightRay's rugged design, the spotlights are also used by the U.S. Military and Department of Defense, fire and rescue agencies, oil and gas industries, and more.

For more information about KH Industries or other dash mount controllers, click here to go to Utility Products' Buyers Guide.



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