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Optronics publishes new lighting catalog
Optronics International has released its new 2014 Lighting Product Catalog, featuring 523 new products among the 3,095 total SKUs cataloged.
Notable product additions underscore technical and styling advances made since the last catalog release in 2012. There are 166 new, high-style GloLight brand products and the Panelite Millennium Series brand has 24 new SKUs featuring GloLight technology, the first product expansion since the series’ introduction in 1998.
“We are carefully listening and swiftly responding to marketplace needs with high-quality products that are setting new standards for competitive pricing,” Brett Johnson, president and CEO of Optronics International, says. “Optronics is aggressively postured to pursue new product development, tooling and speed to market, and our new catalog is a testament to that fact.”
The catalog also includes significant expansions in the white LED lighting arena, including one of the industry’s widest arrays of interior LED trailer lighting and a full line of interior and exterior LED RV lighting. Powerful, new Opti-Brite brand white LED work lamps, and LED headlamps designed exclusively as plug-and-play aftermarket replacements for incandescent lamps, are also featured.
The new catalog reflects dramatic increases in the organization’s conspicuity tape offering, through a new strategic alliance with category leader Reflexite. In fact, the increase in the conspicuity tape product line is so significant that new pages covering the topic were added to the catalog’s FMVSS Lighting Requirements Section. As a byproduct of the classification’s expansion, a separate Conspicuity Tape Mini Catalog has been developed by Optronics.
Optronics has made a total commitment to designing and manufacturing corrosion-resistant LED lighting products, and 80 percent of the products in the new catalog are produced using solid-state, surface-mount device (SMD) technology. LED lamps using SMD are so resilient, they can continue to function even if their circuit board is completely submerged in water.
You can download a copy of the catalog here.