MSV elektronika is one of the leading European producers of LED position, tail and high beam lights for rail vehicles. Since 2006 we have produced thousands of railway lights and secured a prominent position on the European market.
All our lights use SMD LED technology and a metal-plated reflector of our own design. In addition, our high beam lights feature special optics. The design of these components is based on principles used in the automotive industry. The use of LEDs brings with it significantly improved performance and utility properties compared to light bulbs and thus contributes to greater safety in railway traffic.
A major advantage of MSV elektronika's lights is their mechanical design. The dimensions of our standard lights are identical to those used on vehicles in the past, which facilitates retrofitting and modernisation of existing vehicles. We are also capable of creating custom mechanical designs for the lights or for entire combined modules for new vehicles or for customers with non-standard requirements.
All our lights are produced in several variants to cover the needs of all users. By default, our tail lights come in red, and position lights and high beam lights in white. Naturally, lights can also be combined:
- red tail light and white position light combination
- high beam light and white position light combination
- high beam light, red tail light and white position light combination
The LED lights meet the following European standards: ČSN EN 15 153-1, UIC 534 and LOC & PAS 1302/2014.
The MTL (Modular Train Light) luminaire design system
The new optical system of LED luminaires for railway vehicles, developed intensively and successfully by MSV elektronika over the last years. It is a modular system that allows for the assembly of various luminaire shapes according to customer requirements and preferences. The MTL system enables the combination of different types of luminaires - headlight, marker light, and tail light - into a single assembly unit. Highly luminous SMD LED diodes are used as light sources. The entire optical system complies with the strict requirements of ČSN EN 15153-1, TSI 1302/2014 LOC&PAS, and UIC 534 for both conventional and high-speed railway vehicles.