LED lamps

  • 08-Jul-2009 02:56 EDT
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SlimWhite lamps from Grote Industries provide LED white light in both large spaces and confined places. With up to 500 lumens of light output, a 50,000-h LED service rating, and a low profile, these lamps are designed to be long lasting and provide abundant LED light. Featuring polycarbonate lenses and aluminum bases, SlimWhite lamps are made to accommodate a vehicle-based work environment. The lamps are available in both 18-in (460-mm) and 48-in (1220-mm) lengths, measure 1.25-in (32-mm) wide, and are 0.75-in (19-mm) thick. The dual-length options offer the end user installation latitude. With 10 diodes, the 48-in version is appropriate for lighting long expanses with bright, even LED light, while the 18-in version offers the lighting capacity of six diodes in small, tight areas such as compartments that are often less than 2 ft (0.6 m) in length. SlimWhite lamps are suitable for use in the interior lighting environments of light, medium, and heavy-duty vehicles.
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