LED Headlights and Ditch Lights

Address: PowerRail Inc, 205 Clark Rd, Duryea, PA 18642, USA EMAIL: [email protected] Phone: +1 570 883 7005 Connect: Website: View website Contact: Contact supplier View: View supplier Download: Download


PowerRail 75Volt/60W Locomotive Headlights and Ditch Lights

PowerRail, Inc., an AAR M-1003 Certified Quality Company, is pleased to offer our NEW LED 75Volt/60W Locomotive Headlights and Ditch Lights. With Grade 12 Cree LED Chip design, these bulbs provide IP67 protection from water damage.

  • Provides Significant Fuel Savings – 60W LED vs 350W Halogen
  • 75V Operational (will operate as low as 20V input)
  • Minimum 200,000 Candelas
  • Built-in LED Driver – NO Rewiring or Modifications Required
  • Operates on 3 Settings – DIM, MEDIUM, BRIGHT
  • Body made with Aircraft-grade Aluminum for best Heat Dissipation
  • The ONLY LED Headlight to operate on Ditch Lamp – NO Flicker
  • Idiosyncratic Lens/Reflector Designed to Melt Ice and Snow
  • Resistant to Excessive Shock and Vibration
  • Eliminates FRA Infringements Associated With Standard Bulbs
  • Meets or Exceeds all FRA Safety Requirements

PowerRail, Inc.

PowerRail is North America’s largest new and remanufactured locomotive parts provider, supporting both EMD and GE locomotives. Originally formed in 2003, PowerRail is a United States-based company, with additional locations in various parts of the world.

As an AAR M-1003 Quality Certified manufacturer and remanufacturer of aftermarket parts and components, PowerRail offers a wide range of products with Global Distribution and Technical Support.

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