Our LED illuminated map magnifier (Navigator's
Poti) has been developed and trialed over the past four years.
More and more Rally Navigator's are turning to this unique &
The LED's (light emitting diode's) natural light frequency is
transferred through a "diffusor ring" allowing light to "glow"
equally across the entire viewing area of the 100mm glass lens.
Light output can also be turned from maximum to minimum to suit
your own requirements.
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Super lightweight. 1/2 Kilo all in!
Designed so that the adjustable strap wraps your hand
into the curve of the polypropolene body.
Can be utilised for left or right hand use.
Plano glass lens.
Magnification is totally equal throughout the entire
100mm/360 degree viewing area.
Unique Driver's "anti glare" system.
Your driver will be aware of how little reflected
"backlight" is produced due to the unique sleeve separating the
light source from the top of the unit.
State of the art illumination control.
Utilising a latest state of the art fine feel
potentiometer (dimmer control) which includes a minor delay
during the dimming process! Illumination turns down to zero if
Comes complete with an adjustable handle
and hanging strap.
May be used as a LEFT or RIGHT handed unit.
Doubles as a hanging device and a fully adjustable hand steady.
Aux and 1/4 inch jack socket connection.
Allows you to select the type of connection used in a
normal car or rally car etc.
Extremely low current consumption.
Due to the use of the latest Hi intensity light emmitting
diodes, (LED) the current drain is minimal.
Auto sensing to +ve or -ve earth.
CANNOT be connected incorrectly.
Even if you swap wires onto your own connector the RoamerLite-B
will still function… no problem.
12V regulation provides consistent light,
with zero heat build up.
Minimal current means minimal heat build up! And… when
your alternator (or Dynamo!) starts to get loaded on a wet
night… the RoamerLite remains at it's optimum brightness
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