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Truck-Lite Rolls Out Auxiliary Work & Spot Lamps

March 2010, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

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New York-based Truck-Lite has released its new 7-inch round LED Auxiliary Work & Spot Lamps
Much like the LED Headlamp, the spot and work series creates a white light, closer to the color temperature of daylight.
Much like the LED Headlamp, the spot and work series creates a white light, closer to the color temperature of daylight.
. The new lamps were inspired by Truck-Lite's 7-inch Round LED Headlamp, with similar military design and proven construction.

Available in 12- and 24-volt versions the 10 diode lighting pattern boasts brighter, crisper and whiter light than incandescents, Truck-Lite says.

The spot lamp generates a long, narrow light pattern, illuminating objects in the distance, whereas the work lamp creates a rectangular pattern, more suitable for general auxiliary use. The lamps provide a peak candlepower output of 3,000 for the work lamp and 45,000 for the spot lamp.

"The U.S. Military has put thousands of these work and spot lamps to the test in the harshest battle conditions in Iraq and Afghanistan," said John Howells, Truck-Lite's vice president of sales. "The product is tank-tough and can withstand rugged terrain to extreme weather challenges most lamps succumb to."

Much like the LED Headlamp, the spot and work series creates a white light, closer to the color temperature of daylight. The lamps are composed of epoxy encapsulated electronics, resistant to damage from shock and vibration. The hard-coated, non-yellowing, polycarbonate lens also offers 30 times more impact strength than glass, Truck-Lite says.

Truck-Lite offers several mounting options for the 7-inch round auxiliary lamp series. The heavy-duty brackets and hardware have undergone an electro-coat process, providing a more uniform finish as well as 1,000 hours of corrosion protection. Both lamps can now be installed using an Integrated Mounting Bracket, a modified housing, which incorporates its own mounting bracket that attaches onto the base of the lamp.

More info: www.truck-lite.com

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