Philips Introduces Xperion 6000 Headlamp

Philips Introduces Xperion 6000 Headlamp

The headband-mounted work light allows service pros to shine LED illumination on the task at hand.

Lumileds has introduced the new Philips Xperion 6000 headlamp, “a headband-mounted work light that allows service pros to shine brilliant LED illumination exactly on the task at hand.”

Powered by state-of-the-art Philips Xperion LED chips, the Xperion 6000 headlamp utilizes two light sources to deliver exceptional performance, according to the company.

Across the front of the headband, an LED light strip provides a broad beam of light of up to 300 Lumens in Boost mode and up to 150 Lumens in Eco mode. Mounted on the side of the headband, a spotlight provides a narrow, intense beam of up to 120 Lumens.

To ensure ease of use, the Xperion 6000 is equipped with a hands-free motion-detection feature that allows the user to turn the light on and off without touching it.

“Like all Philips Xperion Work Lamps, the Xperion 6000 headlamp was conceived, engineered and built for auto service professionals,” the company said in a news release. “Designed to meet the demands of today’s auto service environments, the Xperion 6000 headlamp has been engineered to deliver years of reliable service. It is resistant to solvents and is rated IK07/IP65 against impacts and dust and water intrusion. The adjustable elastic headband makes the headlamp comfortable to wear for hours at a time.”

Powered by a rechargeable lithium battery, the Xperion 6000 headlamp can be fully charged within 2.5 hours using the USB-C charger that’s included. Battery run time is up to 4.5 hours in Spotlight light mode, up to 4 hours in Eco mode and up to 2.5 hours in Boost mode.

The Xperion 6000 Headlamp is part of the Philips Xperion 6000 line of work lamps. The line includes six handheld lights; two flood-projector lights; an underhood extendable light; a multi-dock charging station; and the Find My Device accessory as well as the wearable Xperion 6000 headlamp.

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