Optronics announces new family of directional warning lights

by Truck West

TULSA, Okla. – Heavy-duty LED vehicle lighting manufacturer Optronics International had unveiled its line of nine super-premium LED directional warning lights.

The white and amber lamps come with lifetime warranties and Optronics said they are designed with flexibility, performance and durability in mind. They meet SAE J845 Class 2 standards and are intended for work trucks, maintenance and service vehicles.

“The field performance characteristics for existing directional warning lamps are less than stellar,” said Brett Johnson, president and CEO of Optronics. “We’ve engineered lamps with superior quality, that will live up to the challenges they will encounter. Each of our nine new LED Directional Warning Lights carries a lifetime warranty and each has an IP67 rating, designating their suitability for the hot, wet and dusty environments they’re likely to encounter.”

The lamps are made with polycarbonate lenses, are sonically welded making them highly resistant to water and particulate ingress and have a solid-state, surface-mounted device to guard against moisture, shock and vibration, as well as 12 sync-capable flash patterns, including random, steady, mega and 8-flash.

“With our one-diode lifetime warranty program, we put our money where our mouth is,” said Marcus Hester, vice-president of sales and marketing for Optronics. “Fleets contemplating new vehicle purchases and maintenance directors charged with lamp replacement tasks should consider our low cost of entry and even lower cost of maintenance when choosing vehicle lighting.”

In addition to its distribution facility in Goshen, Ind., Optronics also distributes through an Ontario location.

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