Optronics touts FusionX LED combo lamp compliance even in warning mode  
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Optronics touts FusionX LED combo lamp compliance even in warning mode  

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Optronics International recently announced the introduction of its STLW and STL FusionX family of combination stop, tail, turn, backup and warning lights. Featuring a signature “X” LED lighting array in their centers, and available in eight SKUs, the FusionX lamps are the newest members of Optronics’ Fusion Series combination lamps.  

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Optronics’ FusionX LED combination lamps disable the warning light function as soon as the brake light is illuminated. The warning override feature helps eliminate potential misinterpretations by others on the road or worksite and allows the FusionX to fully meet FMVSS 108 requirements. The lamps also meet the SAE J595 standard for Class 2 and Class 3 directional warning lamps.

With four preprogrammed flash patterns to choose from, the FusionX STLW lamps, with their warning light, have what it takes to meet the task at hand. Their centralized x-shaped LED array serves as both a white backup light and a white, amber or alternating white and amber warning flasher with two cadences to choose from. Multiple lamps can be wired to operate flashers either asynchronously, or be connected, allowing users to achieve synchronized illumination patterns. STL versions of the lamp are also available without a warning function.

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The lamps come in grommet-mount versions, as well as surface/flange-mount versions. The STLW314MSHB is also available in the STLW314MGHB grommet-mount version. The STL316MSHB is also available in the STL316MGHB grommet-mount version. The STL314MGHB is also available in the STL314MSHB surface/flange-mount version. The STLW316MGHB is also available in the STLW316MSHB surface/flange-mount version.

The new STLW and STL FusionX family of combination stop, tail, turn, backup and warning lights are available in sample form now and are expected to be commercially available for shipping in the fourth quarter of 2022.

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