Innovation Builds Extra Economy Into PM's New Piranha LED Stop/Turn/Tail Lights

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Customers looking for a premium LED S/T/T light at an extra-economical price will find it in Peterson's new Piranha® brand 4" round models.

Customers looking for a premium LED S/T/T light at an extra-economical price will find it in Peterson's new Piranha® brand 4" round models. Listed as the 817-3/818-3 Series, the new lights use an innovative manufacturing process that delivers legendary Piranha® quality with unprecedented efficiency.

The 817-3 grommet-mount and 818-3 flange-mount models are the latest additions to Peterson's extensive lineup of Piranha® 4" round LED lights. Thanks to cutting-edge production technology in Peterson's Grandview plant, the precision process of integrating AMP-compatible connectors is fully automated -- allowing significant time/cost savings. The results are economical LED lights that not only offer the long-life and trouble-free performance of the Piranha® brand, but do so at prices unmatched for value by inferior "no-name" lights.

Both models contain seven diodes and are designed with an operating range of 9-16 volts. They feature skirted weld joints for added protection against moisture and meet FMVSS 108 requirements. Top positioning is not required. The grommet versions use 426-18 rubber grommets.

"Peterson is proud to make these lights right here in the USA," said Mark Assenmacher, Peterson's marketing director. "And we're proud to back them with our five-year Piranha® warranty. For quality and price, they offer customers an unprecedented value in LED lights."

Peterson Manufacturing Company is a world-leading innovator in the production of a complete line of vehicle safety lighting, mirrors, reflectors, antennas and related products. As an ISO 9001:2000 certified company, Peterson Manufacturing is a key subsidiary of Peterson Corporation, 12 highly specialized companies and over 4,000 people working in global transportation-related industries.

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