The Halo Light


Working construction in low-visibility conditions is dangerous and difficult.  It’s hard for workers to see.  It’s even harder for passing motorists and heavy equipment operators to see them.  The Halo Light™ is a 360° ring of LEDs that attaches to any hard hat and produces a halo of light enabling the wearer to see and be seen in all directions at all times. There are four modes – Halo, Hi-Alert, Task and Dim.  The Halo Light™ is powered by a rechargeable battery that clips to a belt or pocket and is tethered to the Halo via a flexible cable with a safety release connection.  The Halo Light™ is an active safety system, going above and beyond existing reflective (passive) solutions.  It enables workers to both see and be seen.

Light Modes

The Halo Light offers four lighting modes:

    • HALO – full brightness in 360 degrees to help you see and be seen in all directions
      Example Use: moving around and performing a number of jobs around a job site
    • HI-ALERT – provides a unique visual identifier by flashing the light in a 360-degree spin to maximize your chance to be seen by others
      Example Use: flagging or operating around cranes, moving vehicles and machinery
    • TASK – maximum brightness on the front third to illuminate your immediate work area out to the visual periphery
      Example Use: working on a specific task in a darkened area
  • DIM – a low-power, 360-degree light when working in close proximity to others
    Example Use: having a face-to-face conversation with another person

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A chart comparison of The Halo Light System versus other standard headlamps

The Halo Light floods the wearer’s task area with light The Halo Light is visible over a quarter mile away

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