Oracle Intros Oculus Bi-LED Headlights for Bronco

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Oracle Bi-LED Headlights Bronco

Press Release: METAIRIE, LA– Oracle Lighting (www.oraclelights.com), will unveil the new Oculus™ Bi-LED Projector Headlights for 2021+ Ford Bronco during the 2022 SEMA Show, to be held in Las Vegas, from Nov. 1-4 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, booth # 20137. The new headlight system is scheduled to ship Nov. 2022 with a projected MSRP of $689.95.

“Featuring a unique modular design, easy plug-and-play installation, and advanced LED projection with 5,200 Lumens of high-quality illumination for enhanced driver visibility in all weather conditions, the Oculus headlight is compatible with both the standard and signature Bronco lighting models,” explained Justin Hartenstein, Oracle Lighting director of development. “Oculus utilizes precision LED lighting projector for optimum light distribution and beam angle, installs using original mounting hardware, and headlight wiring is plug & play into the factory connector without additional relays or harnesses. Halo is available in white or amber LED and features more than 200 bright LEDs for a vivid lighting impact.”

 

These all-new headlamps provide enhanced driver visibility with increased and focused LED light output, featuring a high-precision sharp cut-off line which reduces glare and prevents blinding oncoming traffic even when installed on lifted Broncos. Package includes a tool for easy beam angle adjustability.

 

“The new modular design allows separate components (turn signal, marker lights, and mounting tabs) to be installed independently,” Hartenstein continued. “This modular design provides smaller packaging size for lower shipping costs for the end user and prevents possible damage from shipping on these components. The modular design also allows for these individual components to be replaced or upgraded down the road when future options are available.”


It is undeniably important to implement proper thermal management tools for high-performance LEDs to operate with reliability in various environments. Oculus utilizes both active and passive cooling methods to sustain low LED temperatures. Remote mounted heat sinks and an internal cooling fan work in conjunction to insure proper temperature control and longevity of the LEDs.

 

“Light focus is very important for not only driver safety but others on the road who can potentially have their vision obstructed by glare,” Hartenstein concluded. “This is especially significant on lifted vehicles where the light source is raised and, in a position, to interfere with the field of vision of other drivers. These new Oculus headlights feature a very sharp cut-off line and focus light with precision specifically to avoid such issues. “

 

Oculus product specifications include:

  • Headlight wattage: 36W each
  • Total lumens: 5200LM
  • Headlight color temp: 5500K (pure white)
  • Halo color: optional white or amber LED
  • Certification: DOT SAE 5839-504 HL VOR 19
  • Patented design: USPTO Patent D 877,404
  • Designed and developed in the USA
  • Warranty: 2 years

 

For more information on Oracle Lighting and its full product line, please visit www.oraclelights.com, call (800) 407-5776, or email [email protected].

 

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