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Lighting (September 01, 2007)

Peterson Manufacturing has expanded its line of single-diode Piranha LED clearance/sidemarker lights with a PC-rated model: the 177 Series DOT Light. Properly mounted at a 45-degree angle, the 177 mod...




Peterson Manufacturing has expanded its line of single-diode Piranha LED clearance/sidemarker lights with a PC-rated model: the 177 Series DOT Light. Properly mounted at a 45-degree angle, the 177 model is actually two lights in one – providing both clearance and sidemarker functions. Available in both red and amber versions, the 177 Series offers a low-profile design and an operating range of 8-16 volts. Accessory black rubber grommets that fit any 3/4″ hole are purchased separately. More information can be found at www.pmlights.com.

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The new PERMALITE LED8 Trailer Dome Lamp from Phillips Industries uses the same technology as the current Phillips PERMALITE LED’s, but with an innovative twist – eight of the most advanced light emitting diodes available, producing excellent interior trailer lighting. The new PERMALITE LED8 pulls only 1.15 amps at 12 volts and offers a low-profile, impact resistant, polycarbonate housing and lens to reduce the risk of damage due to shock and vibration. For further information, visit www.phillipsind.com.

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Peterson Manufacturing’s latest-generation Piranha-brand LED comes with built-in intelligence offering state-of-the-art, multi-function safety lighting for a wide range of vehicles. The Smart Lamp, the new auxiliary strobing LED packs computer-driven functionality and instant LED response into a six-inch oval design that fits wherever standard round lights won’t. The new Oval Smart Lamp is hard-wired to accommodate both dual and quad flashing patterns. Further information can be obtained at www.pmlights.com.


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