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Optronics adds new surface-mount LED scene light

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Optronics International has introduced the new UCL41 Series Scene Light. Optronics says that the new lamp is the first of a new style of directional scene lighting that casts a more focused beam of LED light in a direction that can be accurately defined simply by its placement, using 12 diodes and advanced optical engineering to focus its optimal beam pattern.

Optronics says its new UCL41 Series Scene Light is engineered to deliver an intense white LED beam pattern at a 45-degree angle to its mounting position, enabling users to determine the size and shape of the scene they prefer to illuminate. Mounting the lamp higher creates a larger scene, while mounting it lower creates a smaller scene, and the lamps can be rotated before mounting to deliver light that is oriented to a vehicle’s front, rear and sides.

“Our new UCL41 Series Scene Light is the first to be engineered with the scene in mind,” Brett Johnson, president and chief executive officer of Optronics International, said. “Our design enables the engineers and those using a vehicle to configure a custom lighting scenario that best fits the specific need.”

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The low-profile surface-mount lamp is requires only two mounting fasteners to install. Once the UCL41 is secured, a black- or chrome-coated plastic bezel snaps into position, giving the lamp a clean finished appearance.

The UCL41 Series Scene Light measures at 8.7 in. in width and 2.95 in. in height. The lamp is only 1.59 in.thick when installed, including its mounting plate and bezel. The light accommodates both 12- and 24-volt electrical systems and is IP67 rated.

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