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Truck-Lite launches super 44 strobe warning LED lamps

FALCONER, N.Y. -- Truck-Lite's new Super 44 Strobe Warning LED lamps offer users a choice of strobe frequency and v...

FALCONER, N.Y. — Truck-Lite’s new Super 44 Strobe Warning LED lamps offer users a choice of strobe frequency and viewing angles.

Users can select between dual, quad and alternating dual flashing patterns by easily altering the way each lamp is wired. The Super 44 Strobes can also be connected through double-throw switches, allowing operators to alternate between patterns.

Users can also select the field of view they desire, by ordering a metalized or non-metalized reflector version. The Super 44 is ideal for municipal or utility applications where visibility is needed. The non-metalized reflector lamps have a wide field of view, similar to standard Truck-Lite Series 44 LED lamps. Other Truck-Lite Super 44 Strobes incorporate special metalized reflectors that concentrate the light in a narrower, more intensely focused pattern.

These high intensity lamps meet SAE specifications J845 and J1318, as well as providing Class 1 or Class 2 rating as applicable. The Super 44 Strobe fits standard trim and protection rings, as well as other existing 44 and 40 Series components and accessories. Compared to conventional strobe heads, this lamp saves on cost and energy. Internal strobe circuit eliminates the need for external control module or special power supply and requires only the 12 volt input.

The Super 44 Strobe carries Truck-Lite’s Limited Lifetime Warranty. When wired according to directions and used in conjunction with 100 per cent Truck-Lite LED lamps, it is part of Truck-Lite’s Limited Lifetime Warranty covering the entire body or trailer lighting system.

The new lamps are available now for order on new bodies or trailers and for retrofit through authorized Truck-Lite distributors and dealers locations worldwide.

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