LED reefer lighting

Saffron Walden, UK:  The Megalux LED light has been developed by Labcraft for refrigerated vehicles, The weatherproof light, set in a cast aluminium base, has been designed with an IP67 rating, making it suitable for tough working conditions.

The low profile, 14mm deep, causes minimal obstruction and therefore can be fitted in a multitude of applications. By offering two different lighting options, the correct lighting level can be achieved in every vehicle in order to meet, or exceed, the minimum health and safety recommendations.

The Megalux combines the latest in electronic design with high quality LEDs to bring a lighting solution that uses 70% less energy than halogen lights and will last more than 90,000 hours.  “The combination of Labcraft’s expertise and superior quality components will provide a brighter light for longer, saving both maintenance time and money,” the company says.

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