All Ring bulb ranges tested on-site in state-of-the-art quality assurance laboratories
Automotive lighting expert, Ring has announced the launch of a new technical bulb guide to help garages find the correct bulb they need for the job.
The catalogue gives detailed information on bulb specifications and upgrade options, with colour coding to help users find the right bulb quickly.
The technical guide features images, ECE references and technical drawings for over 600 bulbs, plus easy to use cross referencing and indexing to help select the correct Ring bulb from the information available.
Carl Harrison, vehicle lighting product manager, said: “Supplying the right bulb for a wide number of cars and applications has always been crucial for Ring: it is one of the reasons we are a leading supplier in the UK and across Europe for automotive lighting.
“We are proud to say we have been at the forefront of bulb development for over 45 years and make it a top priority to give our customers the most up to date technical data they need.”
This wide coverage of UK car parc covers 6V, 12V, 24V and specialist applications.
The oldest vehicle that can be serviced by Ring’s bulbs is the 1954 VW Beetle, with the most recent being the 201 Jaguar F-PACE.
Ring also supplies a range of xenon HIDs – including the recently developed R66548 D8S replacement bulbs – plus upgrade options such as longer life and the Xenon150, which puts up to 150% more light on the road.
Alan Povey, technical support and training manager, adds: “Technical accuracy is essential to ensure that our customers are getting the correct bulb references.
“This guide is a must-have for all motor factors and mechanics to give them a handy, one-stop-shop for all bulb information.”
Ring tests all its bulb ranges on-site, in state-of-the-art quality assurance laboratories, which feature cutting-edge photometry and light tunnel technology.
This allows Ring to monitor its ranges and ensure they adhere to ECE regulations and are performing to the standards expected by customers.
Download the technical guide or call 0113 213 2000 to order a printed copy.