Optronics has released LED warning and beacon that employ a solid-state, surface-mount device design that protects their electronics against moisture, shock and vibration.
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Optronics has released LED warning and beacon that employ a solid-state, surface-mount device design that protects their electronics against moisture, shock and vibration.

Photo courtesy Optronics

Optronics has released LED warning and beacon that employ a solid-state, surface-mount device design that protects their electronics against moisture, shock and vibration.

Designed for quick installation, Optronics rugged LED warning and beacon lamps are engineered to operate reliably in harsh and demanding environments.

The entire family of LED warning and beacon lamps is designed for multi-volt applications and supports both 12- and 24-volt vehicle electrical systems. The LED warning lamps have an IP67 rating, and the LED beacon lamps have an IP65 rating for dust and water resistance.

Warning lamps come in three sizes and are available in single-color, dual-color and tri-color models with 70 to 140 possible flash patterns.

The new warning lamps have a thin, low-profile design of just .5 to .75 inches in thickness. The lamps feature an aluminum housing and a polycarbonate lens.

The rugged beacon lamps are available in 5.5- and 7-inch heights and feature 30 selectable flash pattern modes. They come complete with 9-foot cords, 12-volt power plug and switches.

The lamps meet Class 1 and CA Title 13 requirements and also meet respective SAE standards: SAE J595 governs directional flashing optical warning devices and SAE J845 governs omnidirectional optical warning devices.

As Class 1 optical warning devices, these lamps are for use on a wide variety of authorized vehicles, to alert pedestrians and motorists of potential hazards relating to the presence of utility trucks, wreckers and many other types of work trucks.

The warning and beacon lamps come with Optronics’ one-diode lifetime warranty protection, which will replace any lamp if even one diode fails.

Originally posted on Work Truck Online