Tuesday, June 14, 2016

PIAA Releases Two New Ion Yellow LED Lights

LP530 Ion Yellow LED light
PIAA LP530 Ion Yellow LED lights

Portland, OR, (06/14/2016)- PIAA has introduced two all new LED lights to the already extensive LP Series line. The LP270 and LP530 Ion Yellow LED lights feature PIAA's world renown Ion Yellow color output. The distinctive 2800k pure yellow output is far less reflective than standard white light output allowing it to easily cut through rain, fog, snow, and dust giving riders an advantage in a variety of harsh conditions.

Reflector Facing Technology and computer designed reflector of LP Series lights gives these lights a sharp cut off line that keeps the light where the driver needs while preventing dangerous glare for oncoming drivers.

Made from only the highest quality components, both lights feature an ultra-durable aluminum housing with a near indestructible poly lens. Both lights are 10g vibration rated to withstand any terrain, and the Ion yellow lens gives the front end of any vehicle a custom look.
The smaller 2.75" LP270's come in a 30º driving beam pattern, while the larger 3.5" LP530's come in the 30º driving pattern as well as a SAE compliant 65º Fog pattern. These compact LED lights are the perfect size for any bike looking to increase safety and conspicuity with major vision gains.

Paired with our Multi-Fit Fork Mounts, these LED lights are a must have for any rider. All PIAA light kits come complete with pre-assembled wiring harness which include a lighted switch and relay. With the widest range of SAE compliant lights on the market, customers can use PIAA's lights with confidence and less worry of passing inspection or costly tickets.

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. 
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