Oracle Lighting Announces New RGB Oculus™ Bi-LED Headlight Choices for Select Jeep Wranglers/Gladiators

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Now Available in a ColorSHIFT™ RGB+W Color-Changing Version for 2018-2020 Wrangler JL & 2020 Gladiator


METAIRIE, LA, USA, Feb. 13, 2020 – Oracle Lighting (www.oraclelights.com), an innovator in automotive LED lighting solutions, is proud to announce it now offers additional choices for its popular Oculus™ Bi-LED headlights for 2018-2020 Jeep Wrangler JL and 2020 Jeep Gladiator JT. Now available, the Oculus™ Bi-LED headlights have an MSRP of $689.95.
 

 

“Our Oculus bi-LED headlights are now available in a RGB+W ColorSHIFT™,” explained Justin Hartenstein, Oracle Lighting director of development. “Our customers asked, and we listened! You can now have your Oculus headlights change colors without sacrificing the White Daytime Running Light (DRL). Oculus headlights feature advanced focused LED projection that outshines all the competition (including the factory LED headlights). With 3,200 Lumens of high-quality Bi-LED projection, these headlights provide enhanced driver visibility in all weather conditions.”
 
Light focus is very important for driver safety and for others who can have their vision obstructed by glare. Oracle Lighting is proud to offer the most focused and lowest-glare LED headlights for the JL and JT on the market.  ColorSHIFT Oculus Headlights feature 3-Tiered RGB features in the lamps, including: Outer Halo Ring (RGB+W), Inner Halo Ring (RGB), and Projector Demon Eye (RGB).
 

“Each LED feature has a separate cable output and can be connected together so all three create the same color or set up as three separate channels or ‘zones’ depending on the user preference and the ColorSHIFT controller selected,” Hartenstein continued. “The Pure-White DRL has its own wiring harness (same as the original Oculus) that connects to the fuse box with an add-a-circuit for easy and safe integration. The DRL will come on when the engine is running or can be connected to a switch (including the factory Aux switches) for additional user control.”

 
Oculus bi-LED headlights product specifications:

- Headlight Wattage: 36W
- Headlight Total Lumens: 4800LM
- Headlight Color Temp: 5500K
- Certification: DOT SAE 5839-504 HL VOR 19
- Warranty: 2 Years

     
    Oculus bi-LED headlights package contents include:

    - 2x Oculus ColorSHIFT headlights
    - Headlight aiming tool
    - DRL wiring harness
    - Add-A-Circuit fuse adapter
    - 6x RGB wiring extensions
    - RGB controller not Included

       
      Please note that these features are intended for off-road “show” use only and are not compliant for street use. 


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

       


      About Oracle Lighting
      Having celebrated its 20-year anniversary in 2019, Metairie, Louisiana-based Oracle Lighting has been designing innovative lighting products and technologies for the automotive/12Volt, powersports, motorcycle, and marine markets since 1999. Oracle’s philosophy is this: in today's world of fly-by-night vendors, we think it is important to partner with businesses that you can trust to be there for you today, tomorrow, and for years to come.


      Located just outside New Orleans, Oracle Lighting has received accolades from numerous organizations for our business practices, including being listed on the Inc500 list of the Fastest Growing Businesses in the USA for the past eight years consecutively, winning the 2012 Bronze Stevie Award for Consumer Products Company of the Year, and most recently being named The Small Business Administration's Exporter of the Year and a Small Business Champion by the U.S. Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee. In 2012, Oracle was named the Jefferson Parish Small Business of the Year by JEDCO. New Orleans CityBusiness Magazine also named ORACLE Lighting a Top Private Company in the Greater New Orleans Area in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.
       
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