The Golight Stryker models have a very tight clearance between the glass lens and the housing. As such, a “snap on” flood lens is not possible. We designed this adhesive backed, opaque lens cover to diffuse the spot beam output. The flood lens application is easy to apply and will spread out the standard spot beam, much in the same way that the snap on flood lens cover does for the Golight Radioray models.
The operator removes the protective backing from the Mylar flood lens and applies it to the clean Golight Stryker lens surface. The Mylar flood lens can withstand the heat and, with care, can be removed and re-applied at will as long as the operator keeps the adhesive backing clean. In reality, the operator is likely to either leave the flood lens in place or use a new one. For this reason, we sell these Golight Stryker lens covers in packs of five (5) units.
Another unique aspect of the this adhesive backed flood lens design is the ability for the operator to control the amount of flood light created and dispersed. By applying one lens on top of another, the flood beam will expand in width and shorten in distance. There is also an added benefit. The lens application will reduce “blinding” the operator when they look directly at the lens from a distance. Any time you look at a bright light, your eyes take a moment to adjust. The brighter and more direct the light, the longer the eyes take to adjust. This lens application minimizes the time to adjust.
Finally, being made of Mylar, the flood lens cover will protect the Golight Stryker glass lens from damage from stones and debris that might normally crack or break the lens.
Golight Stryker not included with the purchase of the GLS-FLK1
The pictures show the Golight Stryker HID before and after the adhesive mylar flood cover is put into place.