PIAA Adds Two New SAE-, DOT-Compliant LED Driving Lamps For On/Off Road And Powersports Use

PIAA Adds Two New SAE-, DOT-Compliant LED Driving Lamps For On/Off Road And Powersports Use

The new lamps from PIAA, models LP550 and LP560, nominally 5 or 6 inches in diameter respectively, fill the niche between the company's existing LP530 3.5-inch lamp and the LP570, at just over 7 inches in diameter.

PIAA Corp. USA has introduced two new LED driving lamps that offer new choices of size and performance to drivers of on-highway and off-roading cars, trucks, 4x4s, SUVs and powersports vehicles such as ATVs and snowmobiles. The new lamps from PIAA, models LP550 and LP560, nominally 5 or 6inches in diameter respectively, fill the niche between the company’s existing LP530 3.5-inch lamp and the LP570, at just over 7 inches in diameter. The new medium-size LP550 and 560 lamps, like the other lamps in the LP family, each use a pair of 7-watt LED bulbs, which offer better illumination and greater durability than traditional halogen bulbs. Current draw of LED bulbs is far less than that of halogen bulbs, and the near-indefinite lifespan of LEDs makes these new lamps very cost-effective. In fact, these new lamps, like all PIAA lamps, are covered by PIAA’s exclusive limited lifetime warranty. All of the lamps in the LP series feature PIAA’s exclusive Reflector Facing Technology (RFT), in which the LED bulbs actually face rearward into a computer-designed multi-surface parabolic reflector that concentrates and precisely focuses the beam pattern. This provides greater light output per watt plus far less power consumption than traditional halogen and forward-facing LED lamps.

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