Posted April 12, 2016

    Grote to Offer Multi-Volt 4-Inch LED Stop Tail Turn

    Hard Shell LED Stop Tail Turn Light

    MADISON, INDIANA -- Grote Industries will expand its multi-volt lighting solutions with the addition of new 4-inch Stop Tail Turn lamps beginning April 8. The lights will operate with a range of 9 to 32 volts, allowing for a wider variety of lighting applications.

    “We are strengthening our product capabilities in order to better serve our customers who do business in other parts of North and South America, as well as Europe,” said Business Development Manager Randy Staggs. “We are continually working to provide products they need and allow them to utilize standard parts that will work everywhere they do business.”

    All voltage upgrades will be contained within the lamps themselves, allowing for no changes to their fit, form, or function, leaving appearance and light intensity unaffected. Lamp installation will remain consistent with existing standard connectors and mounting accessories.

    Visit our new products page for more information about the Multi-volt 4-inch Stop Tail Turn Light and other new products from Grote.

    Posted April 12, 2016

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