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Premiere LED Lighting for the

Railroad Industry

Featuring Lighting Products by:

ENGINEERED LIGHTING SOLUTIONS

Proudly Made in the U.S.A.


8IZ6QHSBEFUP-&% Of the five human senses, sight accounts for 90% of a person’s ability to react to oncoming hazards and dangerous conditions. This being the case, it stands to reason that lights are one of the most important (if not the most important) safety features on your vehicle. The more nighttime work you do, the more valuable good lights will be to you. LED lights, in particular, offer a variety of benefits over traditional lights - keep reading to learn more! 4VQFSJPS7JTJCJMJUZ Hands down, the most significant advantage that LED lights have over traditional headlights is the visibility they provide. LED lights produce a crisp, clean, bright white light that effectively turns night into day. A really well-designed LED light will meet all of the necessary regulations, eliminate glare, and have a beam pattern that lights up your work area you’ve likely never seen before.

Notice how the LED beam pattern (right) covers more area and is brighter & whiter than the halogen (left).

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74 LED lights have no breakable bulbs, fragile filaments or sensitive electrodes to prematurely fail.

LED lights utilize solid-state construction – meaning that there are no breakable bulbs, fragile filaments, or sensitive electrodes like those found in incandescent, halogen, or HID lighting. For this reason, LED lights are the perfect choice for vehicles that regularly encounter bumps, curves and other rugged terrain that cause traditional lights to prematurely fail. Investing in a good set of LED lights will not only save you money on replacement parts and labor, but the time and inconvenience that a failed light will cost you.

6ONBUDIFE-POHFWJUZ Another advantage that LED lights have over traditional lights is their superior lifespan. One J.W. Speaker LED light will out-live 300+ incandescent lights, 50+ halogen lights, or 20+ HID lights. Install one of our LED lights and it’s likely you’ll have to replace your vehicle before you have to replace the LED light!

= One LED light will out-live 300+ incandescent lights - resulting in maintenance & replacement cost savings!

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We’ve all seen news stories about the deadly consequences of falling asleep at the wheel, but did you know that the type of lights you use can be a significant factor in either causing or preventing driving fatigue? Studies show that our body’s internal clock (called the circadian rhythm) is linked to the cycle of night and day. More specifically, our brains interpret the color temperature of light we’re exposed to and then tell the body whether we should be alert or at rest.

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Aas you can see in the illustration on the left, traditional lights have a color temperature that closely resembles sunset – the time of day that our brain tells the body to prepare for sleep. LED lights, on the other hand, closely mimic the characteristics of a bright noon day sun when the body is most awake.


-JHIUJOH5FSNJOPMPHZ The world of lighting has undergone many changes in the last century. The up-side of this is that we now enjoy some of the brightest, longest-lasting, and most efficient lighting options the world has ever seen. The down-side is that these technological advances have led to an abundance of terminology that many find confusing. On this page, we explore the most common terms and explain them in a way that makes them easy to understand‌no fancy degrees required. 8BUUT-VNFOT Let’s start off with a little quiz. If you have two lights in front of you, one being 75 watts & another 100 watts, which will produce more light? Most people would probably say the 100 watt light, but that’s not necessarily the correct answer. Truth be told, we can’t know the correct answer because watts isn’t a measure of light output. A watt is actually a measure of total power output. You see, not all of the energy emitted by a light source is visible light – heat and invisible light waves (ex. infrared light) are also emitted. Lumens, on the other hand, will tell you the total visible light output of a source. For this reason, lumens (not watts) is the relevant unit of measure when you’re concerned about visibility.

1 Lux (1 Lumen/meter2) 1 Foot-Candle (1 Lumen/foot2) 1 Candela Light Source

1 foot 2 surface area

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$BOEMFQPXFS$BOEFMB Once the predominant unit of measure used to describe the intensity of a light source in a particular direction, the term “candlepower� has gone the way of the dinosaur. The new standard unit of measure (which happens to be a direct equivalent to candlepower) is the “candela.� One candela is close to the light intensity produced by an ordinary candle as perceived by the human eye and addresses how bright a light source is in a particular direction. The candela is similar to the lumen in that both deal with light output as perceived by the human eye, but the key difference is that the lumen measures the total visible light output, whereas the candela addresses directional intensity (see the illustration below).

'PPU$BOEMFT-VY Last, but not least, are the foot-candle and lux. Both units measure the same thing – the amount of visible light that falls on a surface. The key difference between the two is that the foot-candle uses the Imperial measuring system (feet, pounds, etc.), while the lux uses the metric system (meters, grams, etc.). To better understand the foot-candle, imagine that you have a one candela light source located in the center of a sphere. If the radius of that sphere is a distance of one foot, a foot-candle is the amount of light that falls on the inside surface of that sphere. For the lux, take that same example and simply change the radius of the sphere to a distance of one meter – the amount of light falling on the inside surface of the sphere would be one lux. See the illustration below for a visual depiction of these measurements and how they relate to one another. If you ever need to convert between foot-candles and lux, the rule of thumb is that one foot-candle is approximately equal to 10.764 lux.

4VNNBSZ So, to recap the terminology and concepts we’ve covered in the article:

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With the popularity of LED forward lighting on the rise, you are going to increasingly see the term “lumenâ€? used to describe light output. The lumen is simply put, a unit of measure used to describe the total visible light output emitted by a light source. Because many people base purchasing decisions solely on visual output, many LED lighting manufacturers are boasting high lumen numbers on product literature & packaging. What they may fail to clarify, however, is whether these big numbers are the raw lumen output or the effective lumen output. One is a theoretical number that fails to account for real world losses in output, while the other is a highly-accurate measurement that does account for real world factors. Raw lumens are theoretical rather than the actual measure of useful light output. Manufacturers calculate raw lumen output by multiplying the number of LEDs in a light by their maximum output rating. For example, if a light uses 10 LEDs that have a maximum output rating of 100 lumens, the raw lumen output would be 1,000 lumens (10 x 100 = 1,000). No photometric testing is necessary to come up with this number. The reason this is an unreliable metric is because it does not take into account real world factors that can decrease light output by as much as 75 percent. A couple of real world factors will always decrease light output. First are thermal losses. It is not uncommon for LEDs to reach temperatures as high as 212ÂşF (100ÂşC) in short period of time. The hotter LEDs become, the less light they produce. LED manufacturers calculate their maximum output ratings by measuring the light output of the component LEDs after 25 milliseconds — the equivalent in duration to the burst of a flash bulb. Any operator who uses LED lighting for longer than 25 milliseconds at a time is going to experience hotter LEDs, and therefore lower light output compared to the maximum output ratings. How much less will depend on the thermal management and current drive of the light, but the loss is typically in the neighborhood of 10 to 25 percent. Second, when light travels through or reflects off of a material such as optics or lenses, it loses some of its intensity. Any LED light that uses optics, reflector optics or a lens will unavoidably fall victim to these losses. Couple these optical losses with assembly variations, and the result is an additional 20-50 percent decrease in light output that the raw lumen figure does not account for.

Thermal Losses: 10-25%

Optical & Assembly Losses: 20-50%

Effective lumens don’t leave you in the dark because they are an actual measurement that takes into account all of these real world losses. Measuring the effective lumen output of a light requires the use of high-tech photometry equipment. Because of the cost and expertise involved, some manufacturers opt to cut corners and simply use the theoretical raw lumen numbers. This makes an apples-to-apples comparison between lights very difficult, and often leaves consumers relying on less useable light than advertised.

Here is a practical example: t-&%MJHIU/PIBTBOPVUQVUSBUJOHPG SBXMVNFOTBOE FòFDUJWFMVNFOT t-&%MJHIU/PIBTBOPVUQVUSBUJOHPG SBXMVNFOT CVUPOMZFòFDUJWFMVNFOT Based solely on raw lumens, No. 2 would be the clear choice. However, turn both lights on and light No. 1 would be twice as bright as light No. 2 because it has the higher effective lumen output. To get the entire picture, J.W. Speaker encourages you to challenge manufacturers and lighting sales reps to provide both the raw and the effective output numbers.


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If you’re not familiar with “EMI,� the term refers to a disturbance that affects an electrical circuit. If you’ve ever experienced reception issues with your AM/FM radio when your cell phone rings (or vice versa), that’s a perfect example of a problem caused by EMI. Lights can both cause and be the victim of EMI issues in your vehicle. For this reason, it is important to have a basic understanding of EMI and look for lights that have been adequately tested. 5IF'JWF5ZQFTPG&.* There are five main types of EMI that you should be aware of: t3BEJBUFE&NJTTJPOT – Electromagnetic noise emitted by a light through the air that can interfere with other electronics (ex. cell phones, radios, etc.). t$POEVDUFE&NJTTJPOT – Electromagnetic noise conducted down a power line in a vehicle which can interfere with other electronic components on the vehicle. t3BEJBUFE*NNVOJUZ – The tolerance of a light to inbound electromagnetic noise in the atmosphere. Any broadcast signal (cell phone, radio tower, non-compliant electronics, etc.) can interfere with a light if it is not properly designed. t$POEVDUFE*NNVOJUZ – The tolerance of a light to inbound electromagnetic noise conducted on vehicle power lines. t&MFDUSPTUBUJD%JTDIBSHF &4% – As a kid, you probably experienced shuffling your feet on carpeting and touching someone to give them a shock. This phenomenon is called electrostatic discharge (ESD) and can damage any electrical component – lights included.

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4UBOEBSEWT$VTUPN1SPEVDUT At J.W. Speaker Corporation, we design and manufacture both standard and custom products. For our standard products, we’ve established a set of high standards by which we design and test our products for electromagnetic compliance. For custom products, we design, test, and manufacture to meet your exact specifications. In the event that you do not have EMI specifications, we’ll provide you with our EMI standards to review and approve before we start on the design.

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0547171

120-240V AC Input

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6600651

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0545531

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The most versatile lighting... $PNQBDU$PJM$PSE The heavy duty coil cord extends to the full height of the lamp mast. When the light head is locked in the down position, the coil cord retracts down to just 16 inches.

8BUFSQSPPG1PXFS0VUMFU The power plugs on the Speaker Model 60 are fully waterproof, making this portable scene light an excellent choice for use in heavy rain. Additionally, they lock on to prevent accidental disconnection.

*OUFHSBUFE5SJQPE4UBCJMJ[FS-FHT The Speaker Model 60 is incredibly stable with the extendable integrated tripod stabilizer legs that fold away when not in use. The use of these stabilizers is optional, leaving you with an option for added stability when needed.

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)JHI*OUFOTJUZ-&%T The bank of 30 High Intensity LEDs on the Speaker Model 60 delivers a massive 3,000 raw (1,400 effective) Lumens, which is designed to provide a bright, white light that can be directed onto the work area. The wide range of light settings makes the Speaker Model 60 adaptable to a variety of applications.

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12-24V DC

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&91&$5.03&5)"/45"/%"3%4$0.1-*"/$& Given the clear advantage of LEDs over other technologies, there will no doubt be a number of manufacturers producing LED headlights in the months and years to come. One thing you’ll want to keep in mind when selecting an LED headlight is that compliance with DOT standards does not guarantee a good beam pattern for driving. It is one thing to design a headlight that meets minimum DOT requirements, but it is considerably more difficult to design a light that meets DOT standards and has a good beam pattern. In the photographs on the right, you’ll see the beam patterns of two different DOT-compliant low beam headlights. The first is a competitor’s, and the second JT+84QFBLFSTNPEFM In comparing the two, notice how the competitor’s product (despite meeting DOT standards) does a poor job of illuminating the foreground - inhibiting its effectiveness. While standards compliance is certainly important, we assert that comparing beam patterns is equally important when selecting an LED headlight.

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Model 212

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0.65 Amps @ 12V DC "NQT!7%$

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0.61 Amps @ 12V DC 0.30 Amps @ 24V DC

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0442611

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0342301

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0342291

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0344111

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4UPQ

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3.70 Amps @ 12V DC 2.00 Amps @ 24V DC

12-24V DC

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120-240V AC

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0643151

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0643161

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0643171

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0645531


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