Truck-Lite introduces enhancements to Super 44, 60 Series warning lights

Truck-Lite introduces enhancements to Super 44, 60 Series warning lights

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.

The redesigned Super 44 warning light is a 4-in. round LED light that now features eight diodes while maintaining its signature “pentastar” look, a symbol of Truck-Lite’s long commitment to providing quality products that commercial vehicle customers trust. The new Super 44 warning light contains 76% fewer diodes when compared with the previous Super 40 model. The improved 60 Series warning light is a 6-in. oval design that also features only 8 diodes, a 70% reduction compared to that of the previous model. The efficient design of both lights delivers focused brightness and meets SAE J595 Class 1 standards—the highest available performance class. Both warning lights are offered in red and amber options—both of which flash in dual and quad patterns.

Both the Super 44 and 60 Series warning lights are also available as heated lamps. These lights utilize self-regulating heating technology to continuously warm the lamps, reducing snow and ice buildup on fixtures that may lead to poor visibility for drivers. The heated design is built with an extra epoxy layer to fight corrosion from moisture beyond snow and ice.

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