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Rigid SAE Compliant Driving Light Set (E-Series 6")

Rigid SAE Compliant Driving Light Set (E-Series 6")

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SAE Compliant Lights - Rigid Industries' SAE Compliant lights include the Dually Fog light Set and the 6” E-Series Auxiliary High Beam Driving Light Set. These SAE Compliant lights allow Rigid Industries LED Lights to be used on-the-road and not just off-road.

SAE Defined - SAE stands for Society of Automotive Engineers. SAE is comprised of a number of working groups of automotive and lighting engineers that work with industry studies and other experts to set standards. SAE sets the standards for pretty much everything on a vehicle, from how bright or dim a brake light can be, to lens coatings (in some cases) to thermal performance, to colour specification (is that red brake light really red, or more pink-ish?). While SAE is not law in most areas, it is a best-practices standard that the entire automotive world pays attention to. Comparing SAE numbers usually gives a good level-playing-field comparison between lights. SAE publishes thousands of standards, each one numbered. Within each standard, there are usually “Classes” that specify performance. When a vendor says “SAE Compliant” on their website or literature, they should also specify the Standard number and the Class. Without it the term “SAE compliant” is meaningless. 

Description:
SAE Compliant Lights - Rigid Industries' SAE Compliant lights include the Dually Fog light Set and the 6” E-Series Auxiliary High Beam Driving Light Set. These SAE Compliant lights allow Rigid Industries LED Lights to be used on-the-road and not just off-road.

SAE Defined - SAE stands for Society of Automotive Engineers. SAE is comprised of a number of working groups of automotive and lighting engineers that work with industry studies and other experts to set standards. SAE sets the standards for pretty much everything on a vehicle, from how bright or dim a brake light can be, to lens coatings (in some cases) to thermal performance, to colour specification (is that red brake light really red, or more pink-ish?). While SAE is not law in most areas, it is a best-practices standard that the entire automotive world pays attention to. Comparing SAE numbers usually gives a good level-playing-field comparison between lights. SAE publishes thousands of standards, each one numbered. Within each standard, there are usually “Classes” that specify performance. When a vendor says “SAE Compliant” on their website or literature, they should also specify the Standard number and the Class. Without it the term “SAE compliant” is meaningless.