Sevina is a secret weapon we developed in response to requests from the Iron Butt community. They have been asking for a light that really "throws" light down the road. Well, Sevina is the answer. It was an engineering experiment to see how far we can throw with an LED light.
As you may know, I hit a deer after having to turn off my HIDs during a cross-country trip. They were bright, narrowly focused and took a long time to come "ON". When I turned them off for an oncoming car, they didn't turn back on fast enough for me to see the deer in the road. It could have ended worse, but after I composed myself I decided to create a better light.
All of our lights previous to Sevina (Glenda, Darla, Krista, and Erica) have what I call a "motorcycle" beam pattern. About 75% of the light is in a 15-degree cone and the rest is in a 45-degree cone. The idea is to put the light down the road but also illuminate the sides of the road when turning. Sevina still has some roadside light coverage, but it has about 80% of the light in an 8-degree pencil beam. By using new optics, new improved LEDs and an even more efficient power supply, we are able to produce over 7500 lumens in a very narrow beam. On full power, Sevina uses about 70 watts each (a little over 5 amps each with the engine running).
Available in both universal and motorcycle specific mounting kits.