Quick Draw Spotlight Remote Control
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Powa Beam's Quick Draw Folding Spotlight Remote Control Handle is a new upgraded version of the popular Powa Beam Deluxe Remote. Now with a quicker, easier and more secure folding mechanism and a larger grip.
- Quick Release Handle folds flush with roof
- Housing machined from aircraft-grade alloy
- One-piece steel ball joint with internal wiring
- Reversible long-wearing, self-lubricating ball joint washers
- 50 degree maximum tilt, 360 degree maximum rotation
- Super smooth operation
- Switch conveniently located on the handle
- Adjustable tension control from inside the cabin with locking ring
- Handle folds down to approx 350mm below roof
- For use with all Powa Beam Spotlights
- All parts are replaceable
- Will suit roof thickness of up to approx 25mm
- Instructions included and phone support available from the manufacturer
What size is the nut on the top?
M12 x 1.25
My remote is brand new and makes a squeaking noise, can I lubricate it?
If remote squeaks when turned left or right it is generally the rubber boot rubbing on the top shaft. You can stop this by a placing a small amount of Inox or WD40 at the top lip of the rubber boot where it meets the shaft.
The washers are made to be self lubricating therefore should not need additional oiling.
If your remote is still squeaking, try a very small amount of Inox or WD40 at the top of the ball joint. Please note too much may cause the ball shaft to slip, therefore reducing its ability to hold tension.
Is it legal to install a remote in my vehicle?
There is currently no law stating that roof mounted spotlights are illegal. Check out the links below to determine whether the folding remote will be in the head impact zone of your particular vehicle or not.
Link 1: Vehicle Standards Bulletin VSB14, ◾NCOP7 Section LK Seating and Occupant Protection V2 01Jan2011 . http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/roads/vehicle_regulation/bulletin/vsb_ncop.aspx
Link 2: Page 42 & 43 describe the test method for installing roll bars, and head impact zone issues. There is a test device you can make and confirm whether the folding remote handles are in the head impact zone or not. http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/roads/vehicle_regulation/bulletin/pdf/NCOP7_Section_LK_Seating_and_Occupant_Protection_1Jan2011_v2.pdf