Nov 2, 2021

New Philips Xperion 6000 LED Work Lights Are Designed Specifically to Meet the Needs of Auto Service Professionals

New line includes five hand-held lights and a docking station to charge multiple lights

Farmington Hills, MI November 2, 2021– Lumileds, a leading lighting solutions company for the automotive industry, has just introduced the new line of Philips Xperion 6000 LEDwork lights. Designed for working professionals, Xperion 6000 LED work lights include advanced features that make the lights more useful to technicians. All five lights have 6000 K color temperature and exceptional resistance to impact, water, and solvents, as well as best-in-class lithium battery life. Equipped with integrated magnets and 360° rotating hooks, these LED work lights can be simply and securely attached to a metallic surface or suspended above the work area, leaving hands free for the job.

The Xperion 6000 LED line includes two ‘Pillar’ lights that feature hinged light panels and boost, eco, and spotlight modes. The Xperion UV Pillar model has a UV diagnostic light for leak detection and CRI 95 rated LEDs for excellent color accuracy when matching automotive paint colors. 

The Xperion 6000 Pocket LED work light offers compact size with powerful performance and, in addition to the main LED light, includes an auxiliary light on a flex hose that can provide spotlight or wide-angle illumination. The Xperion 6000 Slim LED work light is perfect for narrow spaces and incorporates a unique 270° rotating ‘light bar’ that helps direct the beam exactly where it’s needed.

The Xperion 6000 Line LED work light is the largest light in the series and is designed with a 110° beam that is ideal for lighting up broad areas. It’s also equipped with a 120 Lumens spotlight. Just like the other models it is available with boost light, eco light, and spotlight modes.

Multiple light modes and the flexibility of an additional spotlight or hose light across the range means superb visibility, no matter how difficult the working environment. ‘Boost’ mode generates brilliant, high-lumen output when technicians need to see in crystal-clear detail. ‘Eco’ dials back the intensity to illuminate for longer periods, but still generates daylight-style color temperature. A beam angle of up to 110° provides widespread coverage of the work.

The Xperion Multi Dock Station is an accessory for the Xperion 6000 LED work lights. Serving as both a cordless charging station and a convenient storage point, the Philips Multi Dock Station keeps the LED work lights ready to go. An LED indicator blinks while charging and turns green when the devices are fully charged. A USB charging cable and adaptor are included, and a single charge via the USB Type-C socket gives the high-capacity battery sufficient power to last the working day in any mode. The Multi Dock Station is compatible with the Philips Xperion 6000 Pillar, UV Pillar, Slim, and Pocket models.

According to Aubry Baugh, Lumileds Product Marketing Manager, “Our New Philips Xperion 6000 LED work lights were conceived, engineered, and built for auto service professionals. These lights were designed to deliver years of reliable service and brilliant illumination in shop bays and help make service work faster, easier, and less stressful.”

 

For further information about this press release, please contact:
Ann-Marie Hines, MBA
Senior Marketing Manager
Lumileds
34119 W. 12 Mile Rd., Suite 102
Farmington Hills, MI 48331
Tel: (248) 699-2232
Email: [email protected]

Media Contact:
Jake Spencer
Barolin + Spencer
800-536-6222
[email protected]


About Lumileds:

Lumileds is a global leader in OEM and aftermarket automotive lighting and accessories, camera flash for mobile devices, MicroLED, and light sources for general illumination, horticulture, and human-centric lighting. Our approximately 7,000 employees operate in over 30 countries and partner with our customers to deliver never before possible solutions for lighting, safety, and well-being. To learn more about our company and solution portfolios, please visit lumileds.com.

 

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