Grote offers Trilliant 36 conversion bulb

Grote offers Trilliant 36 conversion bulb

Grote Industries has introduced the newest member of its LED WhiteLight work lamp portfolio: the Trilliant 36 LED WhiteLight conversion bulb.

The Trilliant 36 LED WhiteLight conversion bulb turns any PAR 36 incandescent lamp into an LED WhiteLight lamp. With the simplicity of changing a light bulb, users can upgrade an incandescent or halogen lamp, transforming it into a 900-lumen LED WhiteLight lamp that lasts longer, shines brighter, and delivers beam evenness, color temperature, and contrast similar to sunlight.

PAR 36 work lamps are among the most widely used lamps, particularly in the heavy-duty trucking industry. However, with the life span of an incandescent bulb rated at only 25 to 500 hours, the cost of ownership for these lamps adds up over time.

The Trilliant 36 LED WhiteLight conversion bulb is rated for a service life of 40,000 hours, uses only one-half the power, and will likely never need replacing. In many cases, the bulb will outlast its housing and the vehicle on which it is installed.

“Put simply, our new bulb will provide users with 100 times the lifespan of a traditional PAR 36 bulb, at just 1/8 the cost over its service life,” Mike Grote, business development manager, forward and interior lighting, for Grote Industries said.

As with its other LED WhiteLight products, Grote has also equipped the new offering with superior optical characteristics. The bulbs come in a wide flood beam pattern and Grote’s new TractorPlus beam pattern. In certified tests performed by Grote, both the wide flood and TractorPlus LED bulbs produced beam patterns that delivered almost three times more usable light than traditional PAR 36 bulbs.

All Trilliant 36 LED WhiteLight conversion bulbs are manufactured with UV, hard-coated, polycarbonate lenses that can be replaced if damaged. Lenses are easily interchanged and conversion from a wide flood to TractorPlus lens can be accomplished within moments.

Visit www.grote.com for further information.

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