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Oracle Lighting Launches Jeep Oculus Bi-LED Headlamp System

Automotive LED lighting solutions company Oracle Lighting has announced the launch of new color options for its Oculus Bi-LED headlamp system for Jeep Wrangler JL or Gladiator JT. Available in three different bezel colors, the 3,200-Lumen system is now shipping with an MSRP of $589.50.

“The Oculus Bi-LED headlamp system provides advanced LED projection,” explained Justin Hartenstein, Oracle Lighting director of development. “3,200 Lumens of illumination provides enhanced driver visibility in all weather conditions, offering superior light distribution and beam cutoff. The precision optics provide increased driver visibility without distracting other drivers.”

Light focus is very important for not only driver safety but others on the road who can potentially have their vision obscured by glare. This is especially significant on lifted vehicles, where the light source is raised, and in a position to interfere with other drivers’ vision. Oculus headlights feature a sharp cutoff line, and aim light with precision specifically to avoid such issues.

Oracle’s Oculus bezels are now available in three different color housings: original Matte Black, new Graphite Metallic, and new Satin Silver options (left to right, in photo). This allows users to better match the headlights to their vehicle’s paint color, wheel color, or other accent colors. Oracle’s patented Oculus bezel design is based in Euclidean geometry, using concentric ellipses to create patterned symmetries, says the company.

“These headlights don’t just look good, they are also built to last,” Hartenstein continued. “It is undeniably important to implement proper thermal management tools for high-performance LEDs to operate with reliability in various environments. Oculus uses 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.”