Lippstadt, 25 March 2013. From April 15 to 21 2013, lighting and electronics expert HELLA will present a number of product innovations at the international trade fair for construction machinery, building material machines, mining machines, construction vehicles and construction equipment in Munich (Hall A5, Stand 426). In the area of construction lighting, HELLA will present the entire product spectrum: front, rear and interior lighting, beacons, and worklights. Particular focus here will be on innovative LED solutions that convince not only through their high lighting power but also through their long design life and low energy consumption. Another focus area is the newest electronics developments for construction machines.
In worklights, the lighting experts will present the high-performance Power Beam 5000, an extension to the existing product range. The LED headlamp is particularly suitable for use on large construction machines and mining vehicles and uses 23 high-performance LEDs to create a luminous flux of 4,500 lumens. The integrated multi-facet reflector provides even illumination of the work area. Also on display at bauma will be the advanced LED beacon K-LED 2.0, which allows the driver to choose between a rotating or flashing warning signal using a switch or through programming, depending on the operational use. The integrated light sensor determines the ambient light and uses this data to adapt the brightness of the beacon automatically (day and night mode).
In automotive electronics, HELLA is one of the drivers of innovation and has established itself with a variety of products as one of the market leaders both in Europe and globally. The company channels its expertise into applications for construction machines and will present sensors in Munich for engine oil and temperature management (PULS, OPS+T), rain/light sensors and non-contact, inductive position sensors (CIPOS®) for positional measurements for vehicle pedal sensors or rotation angle sensors. The HELLA stand will also feature conditional access systems for construction machines such as immobilizers, remote radio control and receiver units. There will also be various systems for efficient energy management such as DC/DC converters and the intelligent battery sensor.