The SEMA Data Excellence designation recognizes the companies that have worked with SEMA Data to recreate and relaunch industry-leading product data sets. Here are products from current SEMA Data members that have achieved data excellence.
New Flush Mount LED Tail Lights for Jeep Gladiator JT
The market leader in creating high-quality lighting products and innovative LED solutions for the automotive aftermarket, is proud to announce the launch of the new patent pending Flush Mount LED Tail Lights for Jeep Gladiator JT.
“Designed to fit flush with the truck bed of the Jeep Gladiator, our new JT Flush Tail Lights offer improved features and OEM factory styling,” explained Justin Hartenstein, Oracle Lighting director of development. “This innovative design has a sleek tail light for Jeep Gladiators that wraps tightly around the truck.”
“These lights provide improved LED lighting features including high-powered reverse lights and signature perimeter lighting,” Hartenstein continued. “In addition to standard features, the plug-and-play design features an enhanced reverse function and caters to the Jeep’s optional cross-traffic sensor. The reverse light features 12 high-powered LEDs for optimal rear illumination. The cross-traffic sensor can be swapped directly over from the factory assembly and easily installs into the Oracle Lighting tail lights for Jeep Gladiator.”
OBD-II Signal Splitter/Adapter
AutoMeter’s low profile OBD-II signal splitter/pass-through allows remote connections for products such as AirDrive, DashLink, DashControl, and SmartConnect Instrumentation while providing an additional easy-to-access connection point for other onboard devices requiring access to the OBD-II data stream. The OBD-II Splitter connects to the existing vehicle OBD-II port and provides remote mount connections utilizing 10-in. straight through leads with added strain relief. The 16-pin male and 16 female connectors are compatible with J1962 OBD-II standards. The signal slitter is designed to maintain OBD-II data signal integrity across two remote connection points, but does not connect for data bus termination, traffic conflicts, or compatibility of attached devices. Device and vehicle compatibility may vary.