PORTLAND, OR – September 15, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The latest generation of the ultra-versatile 1100p LED lights may be the best yet. The All Terrain Projector (ATP) features a super wide, sharply cut beam pattern to illuminate far beyond the roads shoulders and in front of your vehicle to illuminate dark areas that the headlights can’t. The SAE-F Compliant beam eliminates glare for oncoming traffic and gives you peace of mind that you are running a street legal product. The innovative projector design efficiently harnesses all the power of the LED chips and shapes the beam for a precise cut line to keep all the light on the road and trail. The lightweight compact housing has a wide variety of mounting on any car, truck, or SUV.
Along with providing more all-around lighting while you’re riding. The 1100p LED lights also provide added safety making the riding far more visible in all elements to other riders and drivers. Auxiliary lighting has been established to be one of the best safety tools riders can add to their bikes in terms of being more detectable much sooner than bikes with no auxiliary lighting.
- Ultra-wide beam pattern gives superior ground coverage compared to low beams
- Newly developed projector technology controls the output for better beam definition
- 6000k white output to replicate daylight for better illumination at night
- Increases safety by making the rider far more visible on the road for oncoming traffic
- The 2-13/32″ compact and light weight lamp can mount virtually anywhere
- Comes with two lights, mounting hardware, and harness with relay, fuse and switch
- SAE-f compliant, 15g vibration rated and back by a two-year warranty
Please see http://www.PIAA.com for more information.
About PIAA Corporation
PIAA Corporation was established in 1963 with the commitment to manufacture world-class driving lights that our customers could use with pride and confidence. Today, PIAA upholds that commitment by combining market driven concepts with the latest technology to make night, inclement weather, and off-road driving as safe as possible.
Source: PIAA Corporation