Optronics will be moving its North American headquarters into a new 200,000-square-foot facility on a 17-acre campus.
The lamps’ darkened lenses help them blend into a vehicle’s body contours.
Optronics’ new website and catalog have been designed to enhance user experience and to make products easier to identify, specify and order.
This LED lamp has infrared sensing, delivers superior lighting characteristics and minimizes obstruction and damage.
Like other Fusion lamps before it, the new Fusion four-inch round LED stop, tail, turn and backup lamp uses a patent-pending circuit board configuration and LED light projection technology that creates an optical bridge that projects red LED light from the red area of the lens to the clear area of the lens during the braking function.
Optronics’ key distributors at HDAW 2017 were the first to see a sophisticated new merchandising and support program that will benefit qualified channel partners in the U.S. and Canada.