Federal Signal Navigator lightbar Flash Patterns with Optional White Light
Product Webpage: http://fedsig.com/products/376/navigator_lightbar
Navigator™, a linear, high-profile LED lightbar, that offers first
responders an unique choice of using LED reflectors and LED rotators in one
platform. Designed to fit the needs of multiple agencies, the Navigator’s
options and overall flexibility can be used in fire apparatus and
240 Amber LED Mini Strobe Light Bar
Only requires a cigarette lighter to install.
Bottom of the bar have magnets to easily post on top of the vehicle
7 Modes of strobe with just a push of a buttom
Maxxima LED Strip Lighting for Police and Emergency Vehicles - DAYTIME VIDEO
This is for comparison only, the Maxxima LED strip lighting are those
picture in the lower front grills, below the car (front, sides, and rear),
and the LED strips on the rear glass of the car.
The video shows the car without the lights on first. I had reviewed
several videos, all of which showed the lights at night time. This was
taken in full sunlight. I cannot give these lights anything but 5 stars!
They are actually brighter than what appears in the video.
I will later be posting a video taken a dusk side x side with a vehicle
that has the HG2's for comparison. I hope this helps you out! I will also
post a video of my car at night (man it looks good...) Just search for
Maxxima LED Strip Lighting for Police and Emergency vehicles NIGHT or DUSK
I purchased the lights from Vehicle Lighting HQ. They were very helpful to
me. I initially looked at the HG2 Runner lights for the side of my car and
couldn't afford them (although they are very nice). I did all the LED
lights on my car for under $400 (the HG2's were going to cost $800
installed at the dealer for just the side runner lights). I obviously had
to do the installation myself, which saved $$ and allowed me to install A
LOT of additional lights!
Hope you enjoyed the video!
LAMPHUS® SolarBlast™ 36" 32W LED Traffic Advisor Emergency Vehicle Strobe Warning Lightbar Part II
This LAMPHUS® SolarBlast™ SBTA84 36" 32W LED Emergency Vehicle Strobe
Warning Lightbar with Traffic Advising Functions is composed of eight high
intensity LED light blocks for an intensely bright warning signal. This
unit comes complete with a Quick Directional Controller which can advance
the unit to one of its three directional flash patterns with a press of a
button (Left, Right, or Center Out). With 19 selectable flash patterns and
being suitable to be mounted to vehicle of all sizes, this versatile strobe
light unit will grant emergency personnel with the ability to alert
oncoming automobiles with the correct flow of traffic.
For any inquiries, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Les nouveaux VSAV Full LED du BMPM
Véhicule Mercedes Full LED du Bataillon de Marin Pompier de Marseille,
très visible de nuit et même le jour ou le flash des LED illumine le
véhicule malgré le soleil (Ce que ne reflète pas trop mon caméscope) !
Arrivés cet été 2010, boite automatique, clignotant sur rétroviseur !
Filmé face à l'hôpital de la TIMONE, Marseille dans le 5ém.
En espérant que cela ce généralise pour tous les VSAV et véhicules de
secours en France !
Merci pour les photos à PASCAL CHEVASSU : www.netpompiers.fr
Pour plus d'info : http://www.forum-pompier.com/sujet31064.html
Et bien sur : http://www.marinspompiersdemarseille.com
test rapide RAMPES BRITAX
Test rapide, sans plonger dans les câbles et les options, ce qui explique
certains dysfonctionnement lumineux.
Police Motorcade Escort Banque de France Scania Trucks: COTEP Gendarmes BMW Motorcycles
Two Scania 124L 420 trucks transfering money for the Banque de France are
flanked by six (6) Citroen C8 cars of the "Gendarmes Mobiles" plus la COTEP
Police Nationale car and four (4) BMW motorcycles.
Paris, France. 10.2010
Remarquez que les Scanias ont des LEDs maintenant, à l'avant ainsi que sur
les côtés avant et arrière. Deux lumières stroboscopiques sont toujours
pourtant sur les toits des camions. Les Peugeots 605 blindées sont parties
et des Citroens C8 sont désormais sur scène. Voir mes anciennes vidéos
avec des camions Scanias précédents et des Peugeots 605 blindées.
Utilisation rare du système "public adress".
HL6 Grille and Surface Mount LED Emergency Vehicle Light
In this video, viewers can watch as Mike, our personal emergency vehicle
lighting installation expert, installs HL6 Grille and Surface Mount LED
Emergency Vehicle Lights on our 2013 Dodge Charger demo vehicle. Mike has
chosen to install the grille lights, which are popular police lights,
around the license plate of the Charger. Doing this helps illuminate the
rear of the vehicle, which can be influential in reducing the risk of
Step 1: Mike Drills Holes around the License Plate
As you can see in the video, Mike drills one hole on each side of the
license plate for the grille lights. Before, our installer drilled the
holes, he checked to make sure the holes were even. This is a critical step
because once you have drilled the holes, it can be nearly impossible to
Step 2: Begin Feeding the Wire through the Holes
Once the holes are drilled and Mike is sure the holes are even, he begins
feeding the HL6 wire through the holes and checks the placement of the
lights on the Charger.
Step 3: Preparing the Lights for Final Installation
After placement has been checked, it is time to prepare the grille lights
for permanent installation. This includes hardwiring the lights,
cauterizing the wires, to ensure the wires won't come loose, and covering
the wires with electrical tape. For more details about this product, check
out the video (0:31).
Hot Installation Tip: Once the wires have been covered with electrical
tape, make sure to heat the tape up, just like Mike does in the video.
Heating up the tape will ensure the tape will not come loose. However, it
is important to not overdo it, or you could end up repeating the entire
process all over again.
Step 4: Lights are Ready for Permanent Installation
At this point, the surface mount lights are ready for permanent
installation on the vehicle. To see Mike complete this process, check out
the video (0:59). When preparing the light to be placed against the surface
of the vehicle, don't place the cover over the light until the wire is
nearly completely feed through the drill holes.
Once the wire is feed through and the light housing is placed over the
light, Mike is ready to install the light. To do this, he drills the light
until it is tight against the body of the vehicle. It is important that the
HL6 is screwed tightly to the body, so that it will not come loose during
heavy duty use.
Step 5: Connect Wires to Switchbox
Our Charger's switchbox is located conveniently in the trunk. To see Mike
connect the wires of the grille lights to the control box, tune in at
(1:16). While watching the video, viewers can see that Mike takes his time
carefully placing the wires around the swtichbox. In fact, he periodically
stops to tie the wires together, so that the equipment is easier to store
and deal with if needed.
Step 6: HL6 Grille and Surface Mount LED Emergency Vehicle Lights are Ready
Voila! That's it, the grille and surface mount lights are ready to go.
Installation Tips from our Resident Expert:
If you have never completed this type of installation before, you are
probably thinking "that looks easy enough." While it is true that these
warning lights are easy to install, it does take a bit of experience and
elbow grease to make it as easy as Mike makes it look in the videos.
However, there are a few tips that viewers should keep in mind to make sure
their installation goes smoothly.
1. Inspect all equipment as soon as it arrives and familiarize yourself
with the components.
2. Locate the manufacturer instructions and read through them before
beginning the installation.
3. Check all holes before drilling, and then double check.
4. Remember that your installation could vary from ours.
If you have any questions about this video, the HL6 Grille and Surface
Mount LED Emergency Vehicle Lights, or any of our other products, please
feel free to comment here or contact us directly.
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