Lucidity Australia’s new “OMP” (Over Moulded Products) range of plug in sockets and wiring products, continues the company’s strong reputation for being at the forefront of innovation in the Australian trucking industry.
The OMP range is a complete solution that allows all lighting and electrical elements of a trailer to plug into a common series of connectors.
Previously the process of installing lighting & wiring hardware, such as 12 and 24 volt sockets on a truck or trailer required a skilled electrician. Lucidity’s innovation saves hours in production time, and means anyone can install the components in minutes.
The concept evolved from problems raised by truck drivers, fleet owners and manufacturers spending too much time and money replacing and installing electrical and lighting components on their truck or trailer.
Through countless hours of research, development and testing, Lucidity developed the OMP range to allow new lights and components to be simply plugged in.
Mathew Jenkins, Technical Sales Director for Lucidity Australia comments:
‘ The Design has been completely thought through from sockets to side markers. The OMP range means fewer working hours to install for manufacturers, and lower maintenance costs as components are fast to replace. We’ve shown many manufacturers and owner drivers this concept since the beginning and the reaction has been great. We can meet the demands of any combination of lighting wiring and or hardware with simple plug ins.’
The range is built to withstand the harsh Australian conditions, and flexible so it can be adapted to operate multiple sockets on the front and or rear of the truck. The OMP systems inclusive of plug in sockets, can operate side markers, front markers, licence plate lamps, work lamps, beacons, and rear combination lamps. Direct interface to our battery charging hardware and voltage boosters which are commonly found on many trailers is also done using OMP. The connections are all colour coded for easy replacement, and water resistant to prevent corrosion.
The complete OMP range will be available later this year for owner drivers, with some manufacturers already agreeing to install the range on their trailers.
The OMP range is set to be unveiled by Lucidity for the first time in Australia at the 2015 Brisbane Truck Show in May.