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  1. Truck-Lite Partners with NanoMech Industries

    Truck-Lite Partners with NanoMech Industries “Truck-Lite understands that the desire of the fleet is to find products that can last the life of the vehicle, and Truck-Lite’s new Nano product family moves us a giant step closer to achieving that goal,” said Brad Van Riper, senior vice president and chief technology officer of Truck-Lite. “Our agreement with NanoMech will allow us to Read more...
  2. Truck-Lite Announces New Vice President of Sales

    Truck-Lite Announces New Vice President of Sales In addition to aftermarket sales, John Cecco will oversee Truck-Lite’s customer service, pricing and forecasting departments after the retirement of Bob Ives, former VP of business development Read more...
  3. Truck-Lite Releases New 44 Series® 4-Inch Combination Lamp

    Truck-Lite Releases New 44 Series® 4-Inch Combination Lamp Truck-Lite's new, signature-style lamp's distinct back-up feature provides a clear indication of the white reverse signal without impairing the effectiveness of the stop/turn/tail lamp when both are illuminated, thus staying true to Truck-Lite’s commitment of providing the safest and highest-quality visibility systems on the market Read more...
  4. Quick Guide for Aiming Headlights

    Quick Guide for Aiming Headlights This quick guide demonstrates the safest and most effective way to properly aim your vehicle's headlights Read more...
  5. LED Technology: Through-Hole vs. Surface Mount vs. Chip-on-Board

    LED Technology: Through-Hole vs. Surface Mount vs. Chip-on-Board In the design phase of both new and redesigned products, one decision is which type of discrete LEDs to use for the solution. This bulletin discusses the reasons for the use of each technology and why everything has not evolved for surface-mount solutions. The chart below demonstrates the differences between the three assembly methods Read more...
  6. SAE vs DOT: The Truth About Lighting Regulations

    SAE vs DOT: The Truth About Lighting Regulations There is a great deal of confusion regarding lighting regulations in the industry. In this bulletin, we clarify some SAE and DOT terminology Read more...
  7. Halogen, HID and LED: What's the Difference?

    Halogen, HID and LED: What's the Difference? In the last 25 years, more light sources have been introduced. Today, these innovations are used in heavy-duty forward and safety lighting products. Sometimes, however, changes in technology can cause confusion. The purpose of this bulletin is to explore the three most common light sources used on today's headlights Read more...

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