Grote's S100 WhiteLight comes to U.S.

July 1, 2009
The world's first dome lamp with infrared motion activation has been updated with a 12-volt version. The S100 LED WhiteLight surface-mount dome lamp from Grote Industries was originally released last year in Europe as a 24-volt product. The company said that the lamp is expected to be used in dry vans, utility vans, moving trucks and delivery vehicles. The 12-volt version uses a passive infrared motion

The world's first dome lamp with infrared motion activation has been updated with a 12-volt version. The S100 LED WhiteLight surface-mount dome lamp from Grote Industries was originally released last year in Europe as a 24-volt product. The company said that the lamp is expected to be used in dry vans, utility vans, moving trucks and delivery vehicles.

The 12-volt version uses a passive infrared motion sensor in the lamp body, calibrated to recognize the heat signature unique to humans. The lamp turns on if it detects movement within 6 ft., and remains on for three minutes following the last motion detected. At just 15-mm thick, the lamps are said to produce 300-lumen output with low amperage draw and minimal heat generation.

Grote is also testing a dome lamp for refrigerated applications.
www.grote.com

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