The Philips brand has long been associated with lighting innovation and, a decade or so ago, after extensive research into what workshop professionals needed by way of lighting tools, the first Philips workshop lights were launched.

Always aware of the conditions and potential hazards of the workshop environment, much work has gone into enhancing the CBH 52’s durability. It is resistant to oil, grease and dust, is splash-proof to IP54 standards and, with its tough aluminium frame, boasts IK07 impact resistance.

Hybrid Running with long-lasting performance

The CBH 52 has the ability to run as a mains-powered light or to run cordless as a battery-powered light, which is then charged from the mains electricity. This hybrid charging gives it supreme flexibility and with a working time of up to five hours on a single charge, it can be moved around wherever needed, so that over the course of a working day it should be able to be used as much as required.

“The CBH 52 is a really excellent piece of kit. It performs well and benefits from incorporating the results of all the feedback we have had from our previous under-bonnet lamps,” explained Richard Armstrong from Lumileds, who are the global licensees of Philips Automotive Lighting products. “It’s tough and incredibly flexible, making it suitable for any vehicle workshops and, indeed, many other applications.”

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