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TecNiq expands lighting options for trailers

Jan. 27, 2023
Two new versions of the D18 Heavy-Duty Scene Light are designed to provide increased visibility in work areas and walkways around vehicles.

TecNiq recently expanded its offerings for scene and task lighting for trailers.

The new D18 Heavy-Duty Scene Light is designed to reduce costs for manufacturers seeking a bright, consistently performing task light with a completely sealed circuit board for water resistant functionality, the company said. Each circuit board is printed on high-quality, FR-4 boards and utilizes high-end LEDs, giving users more than 50,000 hours of reliable performance.

The D18 features an aluminum body with 297 high-intensity LEDs and is available in either the standard 5000 lumen output model, or the premium 8000 lumen version. The D18 is approximately 24 in. wide, 3.5 in. in height, and has a depth of 1.6 in. The D18 runs on a voltage range from 9-14V DC and uses 3.4A (standard) or 5.7A (premium) at 12 volts of power. The current design comes with a 9-in. pigtail connector, and mounts with four No. 10 screws.

The D18 also provides users with a 30-degree tilt for increased ground illumination and is ideal for use inside or outside of trailers, work trucks, and more where increased lighting is needed, TecNiq said. The new lamp features TecNiq’s lifetime warranty.

With 20 years of designing LED lamps in various configurations, TecNiq’s thermal, optical, and electronics technologies position TecNiq to provide world class solutions. TecNiq’s new heavy-duty scene light is designed to provide increased visibility in work areas, walk ways around vehicles, and more. At 5000 or 8000 lumens per lamp, these lights create valuable illumination just where you need it.

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