Lights & Lamps Archive

OESAA adds Lumileds’ Philips brand to portfolio  

The Original Equipment Suppliers Aftermarket Association (OESAA) has added Lumileds’ Philips brand to its portfolio.

Hella reveals new emergency vehicle lighting solutions

Hella is currently presenting its new product highlights for emergency vehicles at RETTmobil in Fulda, Germany, an exhibition for rescue and mobility, from May 15-17.

Osram LEDriving working and driving lights

Osram’s new range of LED working and driving lights are available in three categories: functional, multifunctional and slim, all of which offer a variety of performances, shapes and beam patterns with various illumination profiles including: spot, wide and combo. When the sun sets the work doesn’t stop and people that are working through the night

Hella introduces new compact beacon

Hella has introduced a beacon for the construction industry which combines design and state-of-the-art LED technology.

Keep motorists safe with the Philips range

Lighting specialists, Lumileds recommends that workshops offer a free lighting check to motorists before the spring and summer break to ensure motorists are safe on the road.

Axalta daylight lamps continue to be huge bodyshop success

Introduced back in 2015, Axalta have been producing LED daylight lamps that make the entire automotive paint repair journey faster, easier and more reliable as they are designed to simulate differing light conditions and intensities.

New Ring bulb wall chart for quick replacement reference

A new technical 6V and 12V bulb wall chart is available now from Ring, the vehicle lighting specialist, that gives factors a quick reference guide for replacement auto bulbs.

New product from 247 Lighting

This new aluminium housed six inch LED oval work lamp from 247 Lighting provides 3,100 lumens and 39 watts through its 13 high performance LEDs.

Ring partners with Osram

Ring Automotive – a specialist in lighting, inspection and power management for passenger and light commercial vehicles – has agreed the sale of its operations to Osram, a global lighting manufacturer.