Weather Guard van shelf lighting with PowerSync technology

Weather Guard van shelf lighting with PowerSync technology

Weather Guard has introduced van shelf lighting with integrated PowerSync technology. The new van shelf lighting provides better storage visibility and efficiency and can be customized to the vehicle to provide lighting solution, Weather Guard noted in a press release. The van shelf lighting with PowerSync Technology features low-profile, commercial-grade LED light strips that brighten each shelf in the van storage area. The lights can be placed in any location on the shelf and are compatible with both Weather Guard and standard van shelving. Lighting terminals connect directly to the van battery, and the automated lights are activated by a switch mounted to the van’s shelf or bulkhead. Additionally, the Van Shelf Lighting includes cable management solutions for a simplified and clean installation.

In addition to the new van shelf lighting, PowerSync Technology is available for Weather Guard saddle and lo-side boxes. End users can also quickly access the Weather Guard saddle box with the push of a button using PowerSync Remote Keyless Entry. 

The van shelf lighting with PowerSync Technology is easily integrated into the van power system with a PowerSync harness, requiring no cutting or splicing and no need for battery replacements. Set-up time takes no more than 30-minutes, according to Weather Guard. The van shelf lighting with PowerSync Technology is now available at distributors nationwide.

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