Leading CV lighting manufacturer, LED Autolamps, have expanded their Interior Lighting range with the release of three new lamp shapes, each available in three switch options!
PIR-Sensor – These are the first proximity sensor lamps to be introduced by LED Autolamps and have proved to be in instantly high-demand. The PIR-sensor (Passive Infrared) will detect movement within a 3m radius of the lamp – ideal for any light commercial vehicles, delivery vans, refrigerated vehicles, utility vans… The lamp will activate when movement is detected, such as the opening of a door, and will turn off automatically 30 seconds after motion has ceased - ensuring that the light is not left on unnecessarily.
Touch Switch – The touch sensitive versions feature an illuminated on/off button, allowing the lamp to be quickly and easily located in a dark environment. The button also allows the control of three brightness settings, allowing the operator to select the perfect illumination for any given situation - Ideal for cabs and close internal working areas.
Non-switch – all three interior lamp shapes are also available without an integrated switch, allowing them to be wired into the vehicles interior loom and controlled with an external switching system.
All of these new Interior Lamps have an ingress protection rating of IP67, making them fully waterproof and ideal for tough working environments. They have a dual voltage design, allowing them to be used on 12V or 24V vehicles, and the high-brightness LEDs give powerful lumen outputs of up to 1500lm.
These new additions bolster an already substantial Interior Lighting range, taking the total offering over the 150 mark. The range includes numerous round and rectangular lamps, step lamps, courtesy lights, pilot lamps, flexible LEDs and strip lamps – the full range can be viewed on the LED website http://www.ledautolamps-uk.com/index.php?route=product/category&path=61_283
All parts can be purchased at competitive rates from your local CV Distributor, click here to find your local part distributor.