About Dome Light
Dome lights are essential for passenger comfort. They are designed to illuminate the vehicle's interiors in dark situations, such as at night. They provide passengers with illumination to perform tasks such as seat belt fastening, vehicle entry or egress. On most vehicle dome lights are centrally mounted on the roof, other vehicles may have more than one dome light installed on the roof. Dome lights can be set to switch ON when doors are opened, and some additional features such as delay and fade-out are also available.
What is the purpose of Dome Light?
Dome lights are typically operated in three configurations: ON, OFF, and Door. They can normally be operated with ON and OFF functions, similar to any light. While they can be configured in "Door operated" mode to turn ON and OFF when opening and closing the doors. Some modern vehicles may also have additional characteristics such as delay and fade-out.
How Dome Light Works?
Dome lights are a part of the interior lighting system of the vehicle. The protection of passengers when entering or leaving the vehicle is important at night. They are an illumination source for the convenience of passengers inside the vehicle.
Where is Dome Light Located?
Dome lights are mounted on the vehicle's roof, so that sufficient illumination is provided. Most commonly, at least one dome light is installed centrally on the roof, while more than one dome light is mounted on the left and right sides of the roof on some modern vehicles.