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TRP's New Line of LED Lighting Products

April 2010, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

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TRP Aftermarket Parts has introduced a new line of LED lighting products for Class 6, 7 and 8 trucks, tractors and trailers.
A quality manufacturing process uses ultraviolet resistant polycarbonate lenses and a high diode count. This results in stop, trim, turn and tail lamps that make vehicles easier to see. 
A quality manufacturing process uses ultraviolet resistant polycarbonate lenses and a high diode count. This results in stop, trim, turn and tail lamps that make vehicles easier to see. 


"TRP light emitting diode (LED) lighting products are tested for durability and long service life," said Everett Seymoure, global manager for TRP. "The manufacturing process uses ultraviolet resistant polycarbonate lenses and a high diode count. This results in stop, turn and tail lamps that make vehicles easier to see."

"TRP LED lights are brighter and much easier to see than incandescent lights, which enhances detection of the vehicle when it's parked in a dark or dimly lit parking lot or on the side of a road," Seymoure said.

The circuitry on TRP LEDs is compact and uses 85 percent less electrical power than equivalent incandescent lamps, he said. Since the diodes are mechanically connected to the light's foundation and not soldered on, LEDs don't have issues associated with the intense heat generated during the soldering process.

The circuit board effectively dissipates heat from the diode producing a more intense light without risking damage to the diode. TRP LEDs have no filament to break, and the lens and housing are completely sealed, keeping dust and water out. Durable polycarbonate makes the lenses resistant to impact damage.

More info: www.TRPParts.com





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