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Optronics LED License Plate Light - Submersible - 1 Diode - Chrome Housing - Clear Lens

Optronics LED License Plate Light - Submersible - 1 Diode - Chrome Housing - Clear Lens

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4-1/8" x 2-3/4" x 1-7/8". Waterproof trailer light illuminates your license plate. Clear lens under polycarbonate housing. Surface mount using mounting ears - hardware not included. 2-Wire pigtail with power and ground. Lowest Prices for the best trailer lights from Optronics. Optronics LED License Plate Light - Submersible - 1 Diode - Chrome Housing - Clear Lens part number LPL59CB can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Optronics Trailer Lights - LPL59CB

  • License Plate Lights
  • LED Light
  • White
  • Surface Mount
  • 4L x 3W Inch
  • Submersible Lights
  • Optronics

4-1/8" x 2-3/4" x 1-7/8". Waterproof trailer light illuminates your license plate. Clear lens under polycarbonate housing. Surface mount using mounting ears - hardware not included. 2-Wire pigtail with power and ground.


Features:

  • Light angles down to illuminate your trailer's license plate
  • Sonically sealed, chrome polycarbonate housing and lens are waterproof
  • Durable surface-mount technology (SMT) construction of LED circuit board
    • Better withstands shock and vibration
    • Allows for improved heat distribution
  • LEDs make great replacements for incandescent lights
    • Last 50 times longer
    • More efficient - provide brighter light with less power output
    • No bulbs to replace - no brittle filaments
  • Clear lens with white LEDs
  • Surface mounts on trailer using mounting ears - hardware sold separately
  • 2-Wire pigtail with power lead and ground wire
  • DOT compliant


Specs:

  • Diodes: 1
  • Overall dimensions: 4-1/8" wide x 2-3/4" long x 1-7/8" tall
  • Mounting dimensions (center to center): 3-1/4"
  • Power draw at 12.8 volts: 0.054 amps
  • Lifetime warranty on LEDs


Optronics LPL59CB License Plate Light Stud Mount Diagram

Sonically Sealed, Waterproof Trailer Light

The waterproof construction of this light makes it ideal for use on trailers that may be submerged, like a boat trailer. The housing and lens are sonically sealed together to create a single unit, which means that water will not get into the light and damage the diodes or circuit board.



LPL59CB Optronics LED License Plate Light - Stud Mount - Submersible - 1 Diode - Clear Lens - White Housing




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Video of Optronics LED License Plate Light - Submersible - 1 Diode - Chrome Housing - Clear Lens

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Optronics LED License Plate Light Review and Installation

Randy: Hey guys, it's Randy here at etrailer.com. We get inquiries from customers all the time about different lights and how to get their trailer set up. Today we're going to be taking a look at a license plate light. This is required in most areas to illuminate your license plate so it can be seen.The one we have here today is from Optronics. This is going to be an LED light, so it gives us cleaner and brighter light, and they tend to last a lot longer than your incandescent lights. You're going to see mainly in trailers nowadays when people go to rebuild them they start switching these lights out so they can get good, nice, clean, bright looking and fresh lights when comparing those to the incandescent type.This one in particular is going to be one of the better looking license plate lights that we have here on offer at etrailer.

You can see it has a really nice streamline look, but it also has that fully chromed face.Now this is going to be a polycarbonate case, so it's going to be pretty resilient, and it's sonically sealed, so we don't have to worry about any moisture getting in there. Without moisture getting in there our lens is going to stay nice and clear, and you see it gives us that nice, bright light that we're used to out of most LEDs.Also they use surface mount technology on this light. Essentially that's just a very rugged design. It helps us to insure that as we bounce down the road.. You know trailers bounce and move a lot, that we're not going to have any problems with the connections located inside.Now this is going to be available in two different mounting configurations.

You can see either the studded type here, where you'll pass that through your item and secure it on the back with nuts, or with a surface mount type like this. Now this is a very, very common one, but on a lot of utility trailers they'll often mount this to a flat piece of steel. Then you can simply pass that through and secure it on the back side.Now as far as dimensions go, the light is going to be about 4-1/8" wide. It's going to be about 2-3/4" long, about how far it sticks up off of the base that you mount it to. And it's going to be 1-7/8" thick.All in all, I really like light.

I like that it's got the polycarbonate lens that sealed up. I think it'll be a great addition. I think on just standard utility trailers you might go with something steel, because those tend to encounter a lot more stuff getting near them or wanting to bounce into them. But I think in a lot of situations where it's a camper, a nice enclosed trailer, car hauler, things like this, having this on there can really add a nice little touch.Now on the stud mount style you can see we're going to have about 1-3/4" from center to center on those mounts, so you'll just want to insure that that's the spacing you have and insure that that'll work on that plate.When we look at the bolt mount we're looking at 3-1/4" from center to center there. That's going to work out really well with kind of most of the older styles here.

We're going to pull this off and it should be a direct bolt on replacement for us. Ours happens to use a square bit, but sometimes these are 8-point. You just never really know. They might just be self-tapping screws, so use whatever bit you need to get that removed.Now we're going to trim our wire here. We're going to go around to the back side and gain access there so we can find our connection. Now in some cases if you have an enclosed trailer like this your hole may be large enough here where that'll pass in and out. If that's the case just pull it out. You can do it that way as well. Of course on the stud mount you're going to be going through a thinner piece of metal, so that shouldn't give you any issues at all at finding where that wire is.Now we found our wire on the back side that we're going to be tying into. I'm going to take our two wires here, we'll pass them through. Now we just need to line up our holes there and we'll get our original screws installed.Now as far as our inside connections go, start with our ground. Now if you have a ground wire you're going to connect it with a butt connector, just like what we will our next wire there. This one does not have a ground wire. It's a single line system, so we're just going to add a ring terminal on here. Get that nice and secure. We're going to use one of our self-tapping screws and we're just going to self-tap it right down there to the frame. That'll give us all the ground we need.Now for our power wire we're going to go to our running light signal here. It'll be the same one that yours was connected to. I just had to add extra wire in here. It's pretty rough looking, so we'll have some fresh wire to work with.I'm going to take these two and strip them back equally. I'm going to twist these together and we're going to use a butt connector to make our splice so we don't have to use any kind of quick connectors or wire nuts or anything like that. So they're both twisted together. They both go in one side of that butt connector and I'll crimp it down, make sure they're both in there really well, and that's just going to go to the other side.Now this is inside. I'm still going to use a heat shrink butt connector on it. It generally gives us our best bet about having a good corrosion-free connection. You can use a heat gun or a mini-torch to get this shrank down. Generally when I just do one I just use a lighter. The key is not to melt it. You just want to warm it up so it starts to shrink.Now at that point just want to test it out. As long as it comes on and works you're going to be ready to put this trailer back together.


Customer Reviews

Optronics LED License Plate Light - Submersible - 1 Diode - Chrome Housing - Clear Lens - LPL59CB

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (4 Customer Reviews)

4-1/8" x 2-3/4" x 1-7/8". Waterproof trailer light illuminates your license plate. Clear lens under polycarbonate housing. Surface mount using mounting ears - hardware not included. 2-Wire pigtail with power and ground.

- LPL59CB
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Arrived very quickly, the tail lights and license plate lights look great!!! 601921



- LPL59CB
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Seems like a nice product for being all plastic. Light is sealed well and it fit good on my trailer. The light produces much more light in person than the video shown. That was a worry of mine but it’s plenty to light up a license plate. Hopefully it will be good and last a long time! So far so good! 597940



- LPL59CB
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Works great. 828647



- LPL59CB
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Work Amazing!! 601866


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Ask the Experts about this Optronics Trailer Lights

  • What Size Screw Is Needed To Install the Optronics LED License Plate Light Part # LPL59CB
    The two mounting holes on the Optronics LED License Plate Light part # LPL59CB are .2" diameter which means you can use the Self-Tapping Phillips Head Screw part # 1131832 to attach them to your trailer. In order to make the wiring connections you can use the Deka Heat Shrink Butt Connectors part # DW05744-5. This will be everything that you need to install the light for the exception of a phillips head screwdriver and pair of pliers.
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Info for this part was:

Video Edited:
Dustin K
Installed by:
Cole B
Installed by:
Randy B
Updated by:
Sarah W
Edited by:
Daron K
Video by:
Zach D
Written by:
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