What Are GOBO Lights?

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What Are GOBO Lights?

Have you ever taken a step out of your souped-up car and landed a foot right into a nasty mud puddle or worse? GOBO door projector lights can help illuminate the sidewalk next to your car and give your vehicle added flair.

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The Top Female Car Enthusiasts Shaking Up the Industry

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The Top Female Car Enthusiasts Shaking Up the Industry

It’s no secret that the car industry has been heavily dominated by men for years, but that doesn’t mean female car enthusiasts haven’t been shaking things up.

Times have changed. With supercar action films like the Fast and Furious series, hot rides and the people who love them are often in the spotlight. We love to see the brotherhood of Dominic Toretto and his band of thieves, but we also love the mischievous, driven Letty Ortiz, a car enthusiast among the best of them.

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How to Build Your Own Real Life Barbie Jeep with 5 ORACLE Lighting Products

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How to Build Your Own Real Life Barbie Jeep with 5 ORACLE Lighting Products

Ever wondered how you could turn your childhood dreams into a real life Barbie Jeep? With ORACLE Lighting’s line-up of automotive lighting products and accessories, you can create a sleek, grown-up version of this iconic kids toy. Keep reading to learn more about the five ORACLE products that can turn your perfect, grown-up Barbie Jeep into a reality. 

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What’s in Store for the SEMA Car Show 2020?

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What’s in Store for the SEMA Car Show 2020?

Originally, the SEMA Car Show 2020 was scheduled for November 3–6, 2020, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Due to public health concerns, the SEMA Car Show 2020 has been retooled into an online marketplace and networking event, SEMA360, taking place November 2-6, 2020.

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Using Ultraviolet LED Light to Sanitize Respirator Filter Cartridges Concept

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Respirator filters become contaminated with particulate as they are designed for. Some of this particulate is live bio-matter in the form of pathogens, bacteria, viruses, and mold. These potentially harmful germs can be unintentionally transferred to the user or others from the contaminated surface.  By exposing the filter surface to ultraviolet light this live material is inactivated. UV light damages a pathogen’s DNA or RNA, which prevents it from replicating and infecting the body if inhaled or touched. The light would be produced by UV LED emitters oriented in a way that the filter has a long exposure to the UV...

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