Round LED lamp

  • 17-Jun-2009 08:31 EDT
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A 12-V release extends the product line of Truck-Lite’s 7-in (178-mm) round See & Be Seen LED headlamps. With the extended release, the company’s LED products can light from the front of the truck to the rear of the trailer. The round lamps feature extended life and LED efficiency, solid-state circuit board assemblies for shock and vibration resistance, and hard-coated polycarbonate lenses that offer 30 times more impact strength than glass. The 12-V version headlamps offer brighter, whiter light output than incandescent alternatives and have undergone weather testing at military installations in Panama, Arizona, and Alaska. More than 100,000 of the company's 24-V 7-in round headlamps currently are used on wheeled and tracked military vehicles in Iraq and Afghanistan. 

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