NightDriver Heated 12″ Light Bar

Say goodbye to snow and ice build-up on your light bar!

This bar’s self heated lens is perfect for our cold  and snowy winters, keeping snow and ice off your lens for great lighting performance even in the worst weather. But there is more to this bar: Street legal ECE certification*, High Power OSRAM LEDs, Narrow Profile, and Dual Mounting System!

72W / 8,640 Raw Lumens – 4,809 Effective Lumens

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8,640 Raw Lumens / 4,809 Effective Lumens


Self Heated



Colour Temperature

6,000K – Daylight

Amp. Draw


Voltage Range

10-30V DC

IP Rating

IP67 – Waterproof to 1m

Certification Standard


Certification Test

ECE R112 (Auxiliary High Beam Driving Light)



Chip Type

5W German OSRAM

This auxiliary 12″ driving light bar has it all: ECE/E-Mark certification for street legal* use, a heated lens to melt away ice and snow, high power OSRAM LEDs, a narrow profile for a sleek look, as well as a dual mounting system!

ECE/EMARK automotive standards are the most widely recognized in the world and require strict rigorous testing before certification. The self heated lens is great for winter driving. Snow and ice will no longer be able to build up on your lens and reduce light output. The dual mounting system gives you the choice between using stainless steel side brackets or powder coated sliding back brackets. The high power OSRAM LEDs provide you with top quality lighting.

The NightDriver Series Heated Auxiliary High Beam Driving Light Bar is of the highest standards and lighting performance allowed on the street*.

Each light is clearly marked to allow law enforcement and vehicle inspectors easy identification for compliance.

Comes with complete wiring kit as well as side and rear mounting hardware.


*Always check with regional rules and regulations regarding the use of auxiliary driving lights. NightRider™ LEDS strives to deliver the safest and most lawful lights, but cannot be held accountable for regional restrictions, improper mounting, aiming, or wiring.