Optronics Redesigns, Cuts Costs of GloLight Lamps

Optronics Redesigns, Cuts Costs of GloLight Lamps

Optronics International announced that its newest GloLight LED stop/tail/turn lamps will be smaller and cheaper.

 

The latest version of GloLight Gen II LED will have half the circuit board size and mount LEDs to both sides. The circuit board will not be visible to the casual observer.

The GloLight Gen II lamps meet all FMVSS 108 and SAE photometric requirements for visibility and safety. The lamp’s electronics use solid-state, surface-mount device construction that protects them against moisture, shock and vibration. All GloLight Gen II lamps use polycarbonate lenses and housings that are sonically sealed.

The new GloLight lamps are available in 4-inch round and 6-inch oval flange-mount and grommet-mount versions. The lamps are available with standard PL-3 and weathertight termination options and can use existing harness connections for installation, flexibility and retrofitting.

     

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