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November 8, 2016 - Products

Phillips Industries

Phillips Industries is offering a brighter LED Dome Lamp for commercial trailers that is available with or without motion sensors.

The Phillips Permalite XB LED high-efficiency trailer dome lamps are designed to be brighter than competitive lights, with 20 LEDs and 2,200 lumens. The lamps can run on a 12- or 24-volt system and offer consistent lamp output throughout the voltage range.

With a slim, lightweight design and universal mounting holes, the Permalite XB LED high-efficiency dome lamps are made to fit most applications.

The dome lamps feature a strong aluminum housing with powder-coated finish and clear polycarbonate lens. They are designed to work in a temperature range of minus 40 degrees to 176 degrees Fahrenheit. A silicon seal protects components from moisture build up.

Male .180 bullet connectors have been added to the 14-gauge wires for easier installation.  The 14-gauge wires are also protected by an additional layer of Sta-Dry jacketing to guard against corrosion.

The high-efficiency dome lamp with a passive infrared motion sensor automatically controls the on/off function. The PIR motion sensor feature turns on the dome lamp when activity within a range of approximately 16 feet and an angle of 100 degrees is detected. The lamp will automatically shut off after five minutes of inactivity.

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