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Optronics’ combo lamp

March 04, 2014

Optronics’ STL68 Combo Lamp is a 9-inch oval combination LED stop, tail, turn and backup lamp that employs a solid-state surface-mount device design to help protect the enclosed electronics against moisture, shock and vibration. The ...

Pedestal-mount LED light

February 11, 2014

Larson Electronics’ pedestal-mount 150-watt LED lamp assembly has an aluminum base stand with magnetic mounting capabilities and is designed to illuminate 8,000 square feet of work area with 10,000 lumens of light output, providing a ...

Four-Lamp LED Fixture

January 22, 2014

Larson Electronics’ explosion-proof 4-foot 4-lamp LED light fixture is approved for paint spray booths and designed to provide improved output and durability for areas where flammable petrochemical vapors and pulverized dust exist. The lightweight fixture has ...

Replacement LED tube lamp

December 06, 2013

Larson Electronics’ Magnalight LEDT8-28W-V1 28-watt T-series LED tube lamp is suited for upgrading existing T8 fluorescent lamp fixtures to LEDs as well as being a direct replacement for the company’s own LED light fixtures. The polycarbonate ...

LED signaling system

November 07, 2013

Pine Meadow Controls’ Illumadoor LED Signaling System is comprised of LED strip lights and a combination power supply junction box. Each 1-meter strip has 30 LED modules containing individual red, amber and green colors; the ...

LED marker brackets

August 29, 2013

Grote’s adapter brackets for its LED MicroNova Dots are designed to provide an easy-to-install method for upgrading a vehicle equipped with older incandescent clearance/markers. The black polycarbonate brackets have a ¾-inch hole that allows an LED ...

Heavy-duty LED

May 29, 2013

Larson Electronics’ Heavy Duty 300 Watt LED Light features more than 29,000 lumens of light output, an inline transformer and rugged waterproof construction. The LEDP5W-60-1227-20C High Intensity LED Light is built of extruded aluminum for light ...

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