New Cold Weather LED Worklights Now Available
Superior Signals, Inc. (SSI) has introduced a new line of LED worklights specifically designed for cold climates. In low temperature environments, the temperature control will increase light output, wattage, and current draw to achieve optimal performances and extend product life. These lights are great for a wide variety of applications such as construction machinery, forklifts, mining machinery, building projection lights, outdoor commercial lighting, farm equipment, emergency lighting, 4×4 off-road vehicles, and other heavy equipment.
These worklights come in two versions, the SYLED3030HS-FL and the SYLED4545HS-FL. The SYLED3030HS-FL worklight features 4 LEDs, 1800 lumens, 32W max output, and is 2.77” (70mm) long. The SYLED4545HS-FL worklight is considered the heavy duty light with 16 LEDs, 4800 lumens, 94W max output, and a larger 4.41” (112mm) length. This heavy duty light is brighter and bigger so you can tackle those tough jobs with ease. Both of these lights are reverse polarity protected and are IP67, IP69K, CE, RoHS, and EMC certified. With a 5-year warranty, there’s nothing to lose; stock up today!
Whatever your needs, SSI has the right light for the job. SSI serves OEM and aftermarket customers domestically and internationally by providing quality vehicle safety lighting and traffic control products for demanding on – and off – road markets. We offer an industry knowledgeable sales force and dedicated sales representatives to assist you in your product requirements for a variety of vehicle and equipment components. We have been providing quality products for over 45 years and our focus is your complete customer satisfaction.
For more information, contact Mary Strickler, Marketing Manager, SSI, 16355 South Lone Elm Road, Olathe, KS 66062, toll free phone 800-447-3693, www.superiorsignals.com
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