Philips MasterDuty headlight bulbs, from Lumileds, are the latest innovation in forward lighting for commercial vehicles, the company says.
Built to deliver exceptional and long-lasting lighting performance on Class 2-8 commercial vehicles, Philips MasterDuty lamps are designed to provide the ultimate protection against mechanical shock and easily handle the extreme stress and vibration of rough terrain and damaged roadways.
Philips MasterDuty lamps are the toughest available for the medium and heavy duty truck market. Built to resist up to 13G, the bulbs’ key benefit is their exceptional vibration resistance. Philips MasterDuty bulbs have been engineered to withstand a wide range of vibration frequencies and feature a high-performance glass construction that easily handles extreme temperature and pressure changes.
Aubry Baugh, Lumileds Product Marketing Manager, noted, “Our MasterDuty line gives commercial fleet operations an excellent advantage with extremely durable and long-lasting bulbs that not only helps save on maintenance costs, but also helps protect drivers by keep them in compliance.”
The Philips MasterDuty headlight range includes seven new SKUs for exceptional coverage on medium and heavy duty applications: H1MDC1, H7MDC1, H11MDC1, 9003MDC1, 9005MDC1, 9006MDC1, and 9008MDC1 forward lighting applications.
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Lumileds is a global leader in OEM and aftermarket automotive lighting and accessories, camera flash for mobile devices, MicroLED, and light sources for general illumination, horticulture, and humancentric lighting. Our approximately 7,000 employees operate in over 30 countries and partner with our customers to deliver never before possible solutions for lighting, safety, and well-being. To learn more about our company and solution portfolios, please visit https://lumileds.com.
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