The World’s First Unified LED Lighting Platform

 

Livid’s LightSYNC is the world’s first design platform engineered for the operator. The very core of every luminary has been designed to deliver unrivalled consistency and driving pleasure, allowing you to relax and enjoy the job at hand.

LightSYNC looks beyond performance statistics. Smooth ISOlux gradients, natural colour temperature and rock solid construction are a part of the entire Livid range. Each luminary is built with congruent optical pattern, allowing you to choose your desired lighting solution with total continuity.

The LightSYNC platform results in totally unique driving experience. Uncompromising and never ordinary, we invite you to enjoy a dynamic experience with the road ahead, making the drive at night intuitive.

LightSYNC’s computer generated optics project clean, usable light, rendering your world with pin-sharp clarity and refined colour gradients.

We’ve developed a 10° parabolic spot reflector and a patented 36° free form flood reflector to maximise ISOlux performance while delivering plush peripheral cover.

By embracing day-like Colour Rendering Index (CRI) of 70%, LightSYNC technology illuminates everything in technicolour with smooth, balanced coverage, no matter your configuration.

LightSYNC celebrates the technical limits of optical physics through design, performance and phenomenal driving dynamics.

The aluminium PCB board allows for superior electrical conductivity and redundancy. Each PCB is designed with individual circuitry for each chipset, protecting the LEDs from voltage spike and fusion.

Top BIN rated Cree XM-L2 chipsets are driven by the next generation of electrical circuitry. This enables the LEDs to operate at 97% of the input power with complete reliability and stability.

The LightSYNC design platform eliminates interference with other instruments in proximity with 100% electromagnetic and radio frequency protection.

LED junction temperatures reach up to 150°C. Hot spots within LED luminaires decrease performance and result in premature failure.

To ensure junction temperatures are dissipated efficiently, LightSYNC integrates Dow Corning thermal paste to instantly engage the thermal mass of the heatsink housing.

To ensure the 50,000 hour life expectancy of the chipset is maintained, each unit is digitally simulated in different environments to refine the heatsink configuration. This ensures longevity and reliable, consistent performance – no matter the circumstances.

Copping the brunt of the natural forces that the typical unit will see, the LightSYNC platform must also be robust and resilient.

To ensure robusticity of the unit, Dow Corning silicones and rubbers have been integrated. This also allows efficient thermal conductivity whilst guaranteeing the unit stays in accordance with the Ingress Protection 68 specification.

Internal pressure is regulated by a GoreTex breather whilst water tight Deutsch plugs connect the unit to the power source. Anodized aluminium and 100% polyester TGIC Black Powder Coated housing guarantee superior UV resistance and high abrasion resistance.

Mounting and Application

Firstly, It is not your weapon of choice, but more where you choose to holster it. After testing different applications, in many different scenarios, it became clear that where you mount your unit/s is everything.

Forward lighting applications, the unit should be always mounted in front of your peripheral vision. Mounting a light behind the drivers seating position can cause havoc for many reasons. Reflection and refraction of light from incorrect mounting can cause light to spay into your cabin and hinder your vision at night. Imagine leaving the interior lights on in the vehicle whilst driving at night, its annoying and it takes away the performance of your headlights.

For ultimate performance, your lights should be mounted at least 800 millimeters off the ground, on the front of the vehicle. Mounting lights on the roof or headboard of your vehicle will end up illuminating your mirrors, bonnet, aerial etc. Not to mention, your roof and bonnet will cast a big shadow in front of you – greatly reducing potential performance of your lights.

For spread application, the LED Bars really come into their own. Instead of traditionally having one globe per driving light, we now have the benefit of having multiple. This benefits us massively by allowing us to choose a optical pattern for each luminary (spread/flood) which eliminates hot spots and shadows. This allows much safer and more enjoyable experience, providing a full width, near field spread pattern.

Forward lighting applications, the unit should be always mounted in front of your peripheral vision. Mounting a light behind the drivers seating position can cause havoc for many reasons. Reflection and refraction of light from incorrect mounting can cause light to spay into your cabin and hinder your vision at night. Imagine leaving the interior lights on in the vehicle whilst driving at night, its annoying and it takes away the performance of your headlights.

For ultimate performance, your lights should be mounted at least 800 millimeters off the ground, on the front of the vehicle. Mounting lights on the roof or headboard of your vehicle will end up illuminating your mirrors, bonnet, aerial etc. Not to mention, your roof and bonnet will cast a big shadow in front of you – greatly reducing potential performance of your lights.

The million dollar question. Our vehicle features the HyperDrive’s and a roof mounted Navigator 42 Bar, which results in the perfect amount of light. The HyperDrive’s excel at long distance projection, and the Navigator Bar provides peripheral spread whilst still offering immense distance with it’s combination of spot/flood reflectors.