Truck-Lite has introduced new warning light derivatives of its Super 44 and 60 Series LED lights for municipal, construction and refuse fleets. Additionally, heated options of both lights are also available, completing an already strong lineup of heated LED lights that now provide customers with the most comprehensive cold-weather LED lighting solution in the industry.
Truck-Lite has unveiled its all-new LED Projector Headlights at TMC ’22 in Orlando, Florida. LED Projector Headlights feature an optimized design ideal for final mile delivery, utility, construction, municipal and waste applications — all of which will likely be among the first segments to adopt electric vehicles. Improving Headlight Performance Serves Growing Customer Segments Truck-Lite
Truck-Lite Co., LLC has released a full line of heated stop/turn/tail lamps and two lines of high-output LED work lamps. Truck-Lite has also expanded its LED work lamp offerings with high-output options in both its 81 Series and Signal-Stat product lines (pictured above). The 81 Series 4-in. work lamps feature six diodes, up to 1100
Truck-Lite Holdings has changed its corporate name to Clarience Technologies, LLC. The company says the name change reflects its broader focus on providing total visibility to the commercial and recreational transportation industry through its family of technology-driven brands. The Clarience Technologies family includes Truck-Lite Co., LLC; DAVCO Technology; Road Ready; Rigid Industries; and Lumitec. Customers,
Truck-Lite Co. has added heated 5×7-in. rectangular LED headlights to its LED forward lighting product line. The new light is based on the same technology as its 7-in. round version (27270C), released in 2014, modified and improved to suit the 5×7-in. rectangular footprint. Like its round counterpart, the company says the new 5×7-in. heated headlight
Truck-Lite Co. LLC has entered an agreement with Star Leasing Co. to supply LED lighting and harnessing products as standard equipment on new trailer builds and to integrate the Road Ready telematics system into the fleet’s new and existing trailers. Launched in 2017, the company says Road Ready by Truck-Lite offers fleets an overview of
Truck-Lite was owned by affiliates of BDT Capital Partners, Koch Equity Development and Penske Corporation. As part of its investment, Genstar acquired BDT and Koch’s ownership interests.
Truck-Lite Co. has integrated SKF’s TraX wheel-end monitor (WEM) data into the Road Ready system via its SmartBridge Integrator (SBI).
Truck-Lite Co. has added a volumetric cargo system to its Road Ready trailer telematics offerings.
TrackPoint’s solar-powered and wireless capabilities significantly complemented the Road Ready by Truck-Lite technology roadmap, the company says.
Truck-Lite Co. announced the release of its second-generation Road Ready system. To increase Road Ready’s compatibility with even more fleets, OEMs and trailer types, the MCU is available in either solar-powered or hardwired versions, the company shared The solar-powered MCU mounts on the front of a trailer, with the solar panel on top, providing a
Continental’s ContiPressureCheck TPMS integrates with Truck-Lite Co.’s Road Ready trailer telematics
Continental has integrated the ContiPressureCheck tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) with the Road Ready trailer telematics system from Truck-Lite Co., the companies announced. Road Ready’s SmartBridge Integrator now broadcasts data from Continental’s ContiPressureCheck TPMS to the cloud, where it can be seen on the Road Ready user interface. This allows integration of tire pressure and temperature