Many of the latest high-end luxury cars have tail lights with what appear to be neon tubes. Instead of individual bulbs, these lights have unique bands that emit a neon-like glow. However, these lights have no neon gas, but instead owe their appearance to optical fibers, which can be made of thin strands of glass or plastic. A source of light, usually LED bulbs, is located at the end of the fiber and the light is emitted along the entire length.
- Spyder® Fiber Optic LED Tail Lights$193.66 - $351.11
- Spec-D® Fiber Optic LED Tail Lights$145.38 - $330.41
- IPCW® Fiber Optic LED Tail Lights$318.29 - $371.47
Fiber optic tail lights are the very latest in automotive lighting technology, and you’re sure to see them on more and more cars and trucks as the years go by, but you don’t have to buy a new vehicle to get these eye catching lights for your car or truck. Browse our selection and you’ll find fiber optic tail lights in a wide range of styles. Our manufacturers have created many cutting edge tail light designs with fiber optics as the main feature.
Fiber optic cable will work with virtually any source of illumination, but our tail lights use LED bulbs, so you not only get cutting edge styling and design, you get all the advantages of LEDs too. Fiber optic LED tail lights can increase your driving safety. LED bulbs have a faster rise time than incandescent bulbs, lighting up 0.2 seconds faster. And we all know how fast light travels: as soon as the LED bulb illuminates, so will the fiber optic cable. At 60 mph this extra time can give the driver behind you almost 20 ft. of additional stopping distance, which could be the difference between a safe stop and a collision.
Another benefit you’ll gain from installing a set of fiber optic LED tail lights is reduced maintenance costs. Although their initial price may be a bit more expensive than a set of ordinary replacement lights, besides the great looks that factory lights just can’t match, you’ll more than make up the price difference in the long run because you’ll never have to buy replacement bulbs or go through the hassle of bulb replacement. LED bulbs last 50,000 hours or more, far longer than the lifespan of the average vehicle.
The fragile filament is the Achilles heel of the incandescent bulb and often the cause of bulb failure. The delicate filament is sensitive to vibration and continued and excessive shock can weaken the filament and cause the bulb to fail. LEDs have no filament, they’re semiconductors that emit light when current is applied, and are insensitive to vibration. Optical fiber, glass or plastic, is also much more durable than brittle filaments. Fiber optic LED tail lights will not only provide an unmatched appearance, they’ll be unaffected by the roughest pot hole-strewn roads or toughest off-road terrain.
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- Automotive LightingWhat do I Need to Know About Installing LED Bulbs into my Car?When you decide to install LED bulbs into you car, you need to know the right size and select the desired color. Next thing to know is that most vehicles use a Thermal Flasher unit to control their Turn Signals. Most Thermal Flasher units are generally not compatible with LED lights without a resistor installed with them. Why you Ask?
- Automotive LightingWhat Choices do I Have for Tail Lights?There is an ever increasing range of taillights available, thanks to the rapid development of modern lighting technology and to changes in the legal requirements for automotive lighting. There have never been these many options for taillights, and it has never been easier to create a completely unique lighting signature for a custom vehicle.
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- IPCW® LEDT-312CB - Bermuda Black Fiber Optic LED Tail Lights with Reverse Lights
- IPCW® LEDT-612CB - Bermuda Black Fiber Optic LED Tail Lights with Reverse Lights
- IPCW® LEDT-312CS - Platinum Smoke Fiber Optic LED Tail Lights with Reverse Lights
- IPCW® LEDT-612CS - Platinum Smoke Fiber Optic LED Tail Lights with Reverse Lights
- Spec-D® LT-E362RPW-F2-APC - Red/Clear Fiber Optic LED Tail Lights
- IPCW® LEDT-312CR - Ruby Red Fiber Optic LED Tail Lights with Reverse Lights
- IPCW® LEDT-612CR - Ruby Red Fiber Optic LED Tail Lights with Reverse Lights