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Optronics adds to its GloLight line


TULSA, Okla. – Heavy-duty LED vehicle light manufacturer Optronics International has expanded its GloLight product line with a new six-inch oval and four-inch round stop, tail and turn lamps, as well as an E-rated oval mid-ship turn and intermediate marker lamp.

Optronics says that although different in design and function, each LED lamp has a smooth, glowing outer band that gives the company’s family of GloLight lamps their signature appearance.

“The marketplace response to our GloLight line has been nothing short of astonishing,” said Brett Johnson, president and CEO of Optronics International. “A full 80% of the fleet trials we now have underway include GloLight lamps, and we expect the high-style four-inch round and six-inch oval stop, tail, turn lamps to be particularly popular among independent owner-operators.”

The new STL112 six-inch oval and STL113 four-inch round were designed with mirrored reflectors that provide a ‘visual snap’ of light output.

Optronics says the six-inch oval mid-ship turn signal and intermediate marker lamp ‘puts GloLight technology where it’s never been before’, as trailers can now have a GloLight in nearly every position on the vehicle, and meets all California requirements for mid-ship turn signals on vehicles measuring 30 feet or longer.

“Since the introduction of the first GloLight product in 2012, we’ve been working toward a total GloLight vehicle offering,” Marcus Hester, vice-president of sales and marketing for Optronics International, said. “Our new 10-diode mid-ship turn signal and intermediate marker lamp does that, and its California E-rating makes it a practical choice for OEMs, fleets and independent owner-operators alike.”

Optronics says the new lamps are corrosion-resistant, providing superior protection against moisture, shock and vibration, and are sonically welded with polycarbonate lenses and housings.

Optronics products are available in Canada and the U.S. through more than 12,000 distribution locations.


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