Denali D3 LED Driving Light with DataDim™ Technology

SKU:DNL.D3.050
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Our new D3 LED lights are built upon a decade of DENALI innovation to deliver the highest performing 36-watt street-legal driving light to hit the market. read more

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Description

Our new D3 LED lights are built upon a decade of DENALI innovation to deliver the highest performing 36-watt street-legal driving light to hit the market. Our D3 driving light features our signature TriOptic™ beam system that includes a spot and hybrid driving lens with each light pod. Unlike previous TriOptic™ lights, the D3 hybrid driving beam is ECE and SAE compliant to deliver an impressive street-legal high beam in North America and European Union countries. But what if you’re not concerned with street-legal precision and just want off-road outrageous? We got you covered too! The D3 spot lens was engineered for maximum beam distance measuring over 1900 feet at 1 lux (per pair). No other 36-watt light even comes close. The spot beam is so impressive it actually outperforms top-tier competitor’s lights that are twice it’s size.

Our D3 is also available in an SAE & ECE certified fog beam for drivers seeking a true street-legal fog beam that is super wide and features a crisp horizontal “cut-off”. SHOP D3 FOG

D3 Driving Light Features

  • TriOptic™ Lens System (includes spot and hybrid lenses with each pod)
  • Best in class street-legal spot and hybrid beams (SAE/DOT & ECE certified)
  • High-Intensity Series Cree LEDs outputting 2100 lumens per pod
  • DataDim™ 3-wire smart-dimming technology (compatible with all DENALI dimming controllers)
  • DrySeal™ Submersible Waterproof light can withstand the most extreme environments
  • Impact PC™ Polycarbonate bezels won’t crack, fade or corrode like traditional aluminum bezels.
  • LiveActive™ Thermal Management keeps the LEDs cool preventing the loss of light output from overheating
  • Low profile mounting bracket with stainless steel hardware included
  • Additional SAE/DOT & ECE certified hybrid driving lens included (spot lens installed)
  • Amber & Selective Yellow lenses available (sold separately)

D3 Driving Light Beam Performance (pair) 

  • Spot Beam
  • Beam Distance (at 1 lux): 1910 feet (582 meters)
  • Beam Width (at 1 lux): 100 feet (30 meters)
  • Combo Beam (1 spot, 1 hybrid)
  • Beam Distance (at 1 lux): 1520 feet (463 meters)
  • Beam Width (at 1 lux): 175 feet (53 meters)
  • Hybrid Beam
  • Beam Distance (at 1 lux): 1050 feet (320 meters)
  • Beam Width (at 1 lux): 225 feet (69 meters)

 

D3 Driving Light Specs (single pod)

  • Pod Size: 3.5″ (90mm) Round x 2.62″ (66mm) Deep
  • LED: (3x) 11 Watt Cree XP-P LEDs
  • Power Draw: 36 Watts (3 Amps)
  • Lumens: 2100
  • DataDim™ Compatible: Yes
  • Operating Voltage: 9-32V DC
  • IP67 Waterproof & Submersible
  • Hybrid Lens Certifications: SAE/DOT J581 & ECE R112
  • Spot Lens Certifications: ECE R112
  • Pod Weight: 1.1 lb each

D3 Driving Light Pod – What’s in the Box?

  • (1x) D3 LED Light Pod (spot lens installed)
  • (1x) D3 Hybrid Lens
  • (1x) Hinge Mounts with M8 Stainless Steel Hardware
  • (1x) Wiring Pigtail

Part Numbers

Our part number: DNL.D3.050

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  1. William Edwards

    Now THAT's what I'm talkin' about!

    William Edwards

    Several months ago I bought a pair of Denali D2 2.0’s for my ST1300 and was not too satisfied with them. They did little to improve my range of vision. I have already replaced my halogens with bright LEDs that work very well, and I mainly want extra visibility off the sides of the road, preferably on low beam as well as high beam. The D2’s were a disappointment for that application. (See my review of the D2’s if you want more detail.)

    So, after consulting with the technical support team, I decided to try the D3’s. Don’t be fooled by the fact that the lumen rating is about the same as the D2’s. The D3’s are a different animal. On high beam, I see a lot better with the D3’s on. (I am using the hybrid lenses and have not even tried the spot lenses.) I have the lights mounted alongside the front fender and pointed outward a bit, and the D3’s kick in on the sides about where the headlights start to drop off, although I’m sure there is overlap. So, headlights combined with the D3’s create a nicely illuminated wide field of view. It’s much better than the headlights alone. On low beam, I can see better as well, but not surprisingly the improvement is less. On a dark, narrow road at about 40 to 45mph, I can see sharp turns better. But really, under those conditions, I would be on high beam anyway, if possible. Mainly, I just want to see a little better when I need to switch to low beam for oncoming traffic, and I think the D3’s accomplish this.

    Even though the roads I tested on are dark and narrow, there was a fair amount of traffic, and I got flashed once, and maybe twice over about 20 minutes. Given that the roads are dark, narrow, curvy, and a little hilly, it’s not surprising that occasionally someone flashes. I looked at the bike from the front in a dark setting and the low beams don’t look bad.

    Originally the D2’s appealed to me for aesthetic reasons because the sleek and low profile shape would be better for a road bike. But the aesthetics of the D3’s aren’t too bad and put out much more light.

    Here’s a very good video that compares the D3, D4, and D7 lights with the various lenses. I originally found it on the Denali website, but can be found on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=perDt9R2Txs

    If you want to see better at night, the D3’s are worth considering. The hybrid lenses provide a nicely illuminated wide field of view.

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