Powersports

Powersport vehicles are motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs, snowmobiles and PWCs. All of which look and perform better with Rigid products whether you are hunting, riding, playing or competing in the X-games.Hunting in the backwoods?

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Off-road

Although Rigid Industries has expanded it's product line to cater to many different industries, we haven't forgotten our roots. Rigid Industries LED Lighting is the manufacturer of choice for many off-road racing teams as well as weekend warriors, due to the quality and industry leading light output. Click the link below to visit our Off-road / Powersports site. Whether you drive a trophy truck, a quad, a UTV, or a sandrail, Rigid Industries LED Lighting has the lighting components, mounts, and accessories to keep you safe and give you the best visibility available.

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Marine

Marine environments, especially those with salt water, can cause corrosion and, eventually, failure of standard LED lighting products. Rigid Industries LED Lighting offers a complete line of marine grade lighting components that are corrosion resistant, even in salt water, and are assembled using marine grade stainless steel hardware to provide years of durable, reliable operation.

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Agriculture

The agricultural industry doesn't quit when the sun goes down. Increase productivity by increasing visibility at night. Rigid Industries LED Lighting offers standard and Heavy Duty lighting components that are designed to stand up to the demands of today's agricultural needs.

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Mining

The Mining industry requires a light that's not only going get the job done but also rugged enough to get the job done right. Why settle for anything less? Rigid Industries LED Lighting has developed specific lighting components for these industrial applications. These HD lights feature larger, stronger, mounts with vibration isolators for a durable, long lasting product that can withstand any harsh element.

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Industrial

• Industrial Construction
• Commercial Construction
• Energy (Oil, Gas, Fracking, Coal, etc.)

Industries, such as Commercial Construction, require more from their lighting products than light duty applications. That's why Rigid Industries LED Lighting has developed specific lighting components for these industrial applications. These HD lights feature larger, stronger mounts with vibration isolators for a durable, long-lasting product that can withstand harsh elements.

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Commercial / Fleet

Whether you're in a tractor / trailer on a cross-country haul or a service vehicle on a local delivery, safety is your number one concern. Lighting components from Rigid Industries LED Lighting are built to withstand the harshest of elements while providing industry leading light output. Significantly improved visibility translates to increased safety and productivity.

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Public Safety

• Law Enforcement
• Fire / Rescue
• Emergency Medical Services

Public service vehicles have very specific requirements when it comes to exterior lighting. Rigid Industries' lighting components provide extremely high output and feature optional colored LED's, flasher modules, and versatile mounting options.

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Military

We take the safety of the men and women that serve our country very seriously. Rigid Industries' LED industry leading lighting components are designed to provide extremely high output, draw very little power, and withstand the harshest of environments.

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Frequently Asked Questions


Can I install my relay under the hood?

This is not recommended. Rigid recommends installing the relay in the cab of the vehicle to protect it from extreme temperatures and moisture.


My light isn’t working. Should I disassemble it and troubleshoot it?

No! Rigid lights are precision assembled in such a way to ensure no moisture can get into the light. Disassembly can destroy this seal and will void the warrantee.


Can I mount my light vertically with Rigid supplied mounting brackets?

Rigid mounting brackets were designed and tested assuming the light is installed in the horizontal direction. Installing lights in the vertical direction could cause premature failure of the bracket.


What’s this little black sticker on the back of my light? Can I take it off or spray paint over it?

No! This is a GORE® pressure equalizing vent and is critical in keeping moisture out of your light. Please do not remove it or paint over it.


My A-Series lights have condensation in them!

The low power versions of all A-Series lights use a diffused lens that has a cloudy appearance, especially when compared to the lens in the high power versions of A-Series lights. A-Series products are fully sealed against moisture, so please be assured there is no moisture in your light.


Can I run my Rigid light with a 14 volt A/C signal?

No. The Rigid lights were designed for DC voltage. Lights operated at 14 volt A/C may not be damaged, but could flicker or appear dim.


Can I run my Rigid light in an A/C wall outlet?

No! Rigid lights are designed for DC voltage. Connection to an A/C wall outlet will very likely permanently damage the light.


When I connect my light directly to my battery, it is at full brightness, but when I use a long cable to install it, the light is dim. What is wrong?

You need to make sure you are using an appropriately sized gauge wire for your installation. This is especially important if using a long wire from the battery to the light installation. If the wire gauge is too small, there will be significant voltage dropped across the wire, preventing the light from powering up fully.


I see the current draw in the catalog, but what input voltage is that measured at?

All currents shown in the catalog assume a 13.8Vdc input voltage, which is the typical voltage of a fully charged automotive lead acid battery.


I connected my light to my car and it doesn’t work. Now what?

Several items could be preventing the lights from properly working. The below items can help in troubleshooting.
Try connecting the wires of the lights directly to a fully charged car battery. If the light works then there is a problem between the battery connection and the light. Potential problems include a faulty switch, faulty relay, insufficient thickness wire, and improper grounding.


How durable are Rigid Industries LED lights?

What is the difference between the Dually and the D2?

The Dually and D2 are housed in the same cast aluminum housing and have the same shape and profile. The difference is what's inside. The Dually uses our Hybrid Optics System in a 4-LED configuration which comes in either Spot or Flood options. It produces 1,568 lumens at only 15.8 watts and 1.1 amps. To put that in perspective, it uses less power than it takes to use your turn signal. This light, in it's Spot configuration, can out-distance the D2. The D2 has 6 LED's that utilize our Specter Optics System, which comes in either Driving or Wide configurations. It produces 3,096 lumens and uses only 34.5 watts and 2.5 amps. The D2, with it's driving beam, produces the perfect combination of distance and width for lighting up the road or water in front of you.


What is the difference between the Hybrid and Specter Optic?

The Hybrid and Specter Optics are both patent pending and offer the highest in forward projecting LED technology. Visually, these are both chrome housings that encompass the LED and project the light outwards. Our Hybrid Optics come as a system with the TIR reflector. The Hybrid Optic system comes in either a flood or spot configuration. Our Specter Optic comes in either a Driving Beam or Wide Beam. The Hybrid Optic System out preforms the Specter Optic in distance, while the Specter Optic out performs the Hybrid Optic System in overall coverage. Both of these optics are great for their individual purposes, and if desired, they can work together for a perfect combination of distance and spread.


What is the difference between the Hybrid Spot and Flood beam patterns?

The flood configuration can be visually identified by it's higher trough, compared to the spot. Our flood optic illumates at a wider beam angle, but does not go as far. The spot configuration can be visually identified by it's lower trough, compared to the flood. Our spot optic illumates at a greater distance, but does not reach as wide of an area. Both of these lights are great for their individual purposes, and if desired, they can work together for a perfect combination of distance and spread.