Peterson unveils new LED lens design

Peterson unveils new LED lens design

Peterson’s new LumenX Series 7 safety lights are powered by the latest white-diode LEDs. The LumenX Series features breakthrough optics engineered for such efficient light dispersal that the entire lens illuminates fully—no “hot spots” or “dead zones,” regardless of viewing angle, says the company. The DOT-legal LumenX Series comprises S/T/T lights, turn signals, backup lights and work lights available in 4” round and 6” oval footprints—in stock and ready to ship to customers.

According to Steve Meagher, Peterson’s vice president of sales, LumenX Series lamps outperform standard LED lamps by wide margins. Photometric testing proves LumenX reds are 25% brighter; LumenX ambers test fully twice as bright.

Meagher credits the LumenX Series’ extraordinary performance to Peterson’s decades of collective lighting expertise and the company’s unique vertical integration. “Building the optics that produce LumenX-grade lighting demands high precision. We have that kind of talent and technology right here in Grandview. Our in-house design, engineering, tooling, and manufacturing teams were able to collaborate face-to-face on every detail.”

Peterson built the LumenX Series lights to shine brighter for greater visibility and safety in any weather. They’re also built to last in any weather, featuring high-grade plastic resins and fully integrated insert molding for super protection.

LumenX Series 7 models include red, amber and white in both 4” Rounds in 7- and 9-diode versions, and Ovals in 7- and 10-diode versions. Each model features fully integrated insert molded terminals for robust protection. All models can be ordered with AMP-compatible connections. 7-diode rounds and ovals are also available with the industry-standard PL3 connection. Integrated voltage regulation is supplied on all models. Multi-volt design available on certain models.

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