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Off Road Jeep & Vehicle LED Light Bars - LAMPHUS ® Cruizer ™ Product Review & Night Drive Demo
http://www.online-led-store.com The LAMPHUS® Cruizer™ offroad LED lightbar is the perfect auxiliary light for off road vehicles, ATV, and motorcycles. In additional to off road usage, the Cruizer™ could also be used under demanding environment including construction, material handling, agricultural, forestry, and other applications where a reliable light output would be needed. Incredibly resistant to dust, water, shock, and vibration, the Cruizer™ comes with an over-sized cast aluminum heat sink while illuminating the terrain with CREE® LEDs. The Cruizer™ is available in spot (30°) and flood (60°) variations. Sizes include: 4", 7", 12", 20" & 36". For any inquiries, please email us at support@online-led-store.com

Whelen Liberty LED Lightbar
Whelen Liberty LED Lightbar http://www.sirennet.com/ledliberty.html The new LFL Liberty features the next generation, all Linear-LED technology in a warning package that rivals strobe inimpact, but provides heavy-duty, long life operation with low, low current draw. All Liberty lightbars are made for the rough treatment and long hours that your job demands. � Up to 14 Linear-LED�s - choose from any combination of Red, Blue, Clear and Amber. � Optional LED Alley lights � Optional LED Take Down lights � All Linear-LED ultra bright, ultra wide-angle LED technology. � Sleek, aerodynamic profile with state of the art optics. � Scanlock technology allows you to change flash patterns on the fly. � Low current operation uses small diameter external cable harness. � Traffic Advisor and cruise light features included. (requires optional LED modules) � Traffic Advisor Control available below. � Upgradeable with additional premium (6 LED version) inboard linear LED's that quickly snap into your existing wiring harness.

Coordinated Emergency Lighting System from Code 3
Imagine taking the programmability of a lightbar and applying it to all of the emergency vehicle lighting. Introducing the CELS system from Code 3.

LAMPHUS® SolarBlast™ 36" 32W LED Traffic Advisor Emergency Vehicle Strobe Warning Lightbar Part II
http://www.online-led-store.com 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 support@online-led-store.com

2007 F150 Emergency Lights
Updated vid of the lights in my truck...and higher quality than the last. Front: Undercover Vizor UV30 Red/Red, Galls Dual TN Red/Red, 2 Axixtech SLED3s Red Side (per side): 2 Axixtech SLED3s Red, 1 Axixtech SLED4 Red/White Rear: 4 Axixtech SLED3s Red Siren: Code 3 V-Con Siren w/ 100W Galls Concealment Speaker

Bob Lemieux takes SIRENNET on a tour of a new Horton Ambulance
Bob Lemieux of Professional Sales and Services, L.C. (http://www.pro-sales.com/) takes SIRENNET on a tour of a new Horton Ambulance. Horton Model 457 Type 1 Ambulance 4x4 Ford F450 Chassis Featuring: Whelen 900 Series 90RR5FCR Whelen TIR6 50CC3ZCR, 50RR3ZCR Whelen 700 Series, 70R02FCR Whelen 600 Series, 60A02FCR Whelen 900 Series Scene Light, 90E000ZR Whelen 600 Series, BTT, 6C00WCR, 60A00TAR Whelen 295 Series, 295SLSA1 Golight, 2057 and more at http://sirennet.com

saison 3 - Aerodynic Federal Signal lightbar SMTS
its aerodynic 6 rotators of me and my friend thomas, it is a lightbar for fire or EMS, red/red its very exeptional lightbar the model date of 1984 ! Plese, look this vidéo of my lightbar friend : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJEv8K0FjJI&feature=plcp

Chris disassembles a Whelen 600 Series Linear Super-LED Lighthead
http://www.sirennet.com/wh60-02f-r.html The Whelen 600 Series Linear Super-LED Lighthead has wide angle LED's with redesigned spreader optic lenses fill the lighthead evenly with light, rivaling strobe in intensity but with all the advantages of LED's. This mid-sized directional lighthead will stand up to road shock and vibration providing the ideal long lasting lighthead for your vehicle. Standard with 14 Scan-Lock flash patterns including steady burn, and Hi/Low power. Rated for 100,000 hours of continuous use. Comes with 5 year Whelen LED Warranty. Features: Wide angle LED's with redesigned spreader optic lenses fill the lighthead evenly with light. Epoxy encapsulated for vibration, moisture and corrosion resistance. Rated for 100,000 hours of continuous operation 14 Scan-Lock flash patterns including steady burn, and Hi/Low power. Furnished with 6" wire pigtail. Mounting options are purchased separately. Dimensions: 4 1/8" H x 6 1/2" W. Certifications: KKK 1822-E, CAC Title 13 Article 22, SAE J595, NFPA 1901. Whelen Five Year Unconditional HDP Heavy Duty Professional Warranty NOTE: This lighthead cannot be used as a Brake/Tail/Turn lighthead. **This lighthead requires a Flange Kit for mounting.** MADE IN THE USA

Code 3 Dodge Journey
Dodge Journey featuring: Sirennet 6 LED Economy Lighthead, http://sirennet.com/snsml26.html Code 3 6-Pack LED Hide-A-Blast, http://www.sirennet.com/c3hb6pak.html Code 3 LED Visor Flip Light, http://sirennet.com/c3vfp36.html Code 3 T-Rex exterior LED light Code 3 2100TR Series Lightbar Code 3 2700TR Series Lightbar Code 3 Defender Lightbar, http://sirennet.com/c3df.html

HL6 Grille and Surface Mount LED Emergency Vehicle Light
http://www.911signalusa.com/hl6-hornet-led-lighthead-p-50.html 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 rear-end collisions. 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 start over. 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 to Go 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. Follow Us On Your Favorite Social Network! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/911SignalUSA Twitter: https://twitter.com/911_Signal_USA Google+: https://plus.google.com/117281127414749163053 Instagram: http://instagram.com/911signalusa#

911EP 360 Star LED beacon
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Star 258HTD Series Dual Color Halo LED Beacon
http://sirennet.com/sv258htd.html The Star 258HTD Series Dual Color Halo LED Beacon is the first beacon to feature "full image" dual-color warning. Each 258HTD Halo beacon has two colors of Gen IV LEDs (four of each color) which allows you to change from an Amber beacon to a Blue, Red, or White beacon with the flip of a switch. 24 Customer selectable flash patterns with 2 rotating patterns and steady burn, and S-LINK SYSTEM synchronizing capability make this a very versatile beacon. All circuitry is fully encapsulated for increased weather and shock resistance. Features: Two colors of Gen IV LEDs (four of each color) 24 Customer selectable flash patterns, 2 rotating patterns and steady burn S-LINK SYSTEM synchronizing capability with other STAR LED units Completely encapsulated circuit for increased weather and shock resistance Lightweight polycarbonate, universal flange base includes: 3-hole permanent mount and 1 inch pipe mount Durable polycarbonate, Twist On/Off Lens High/Low Intensity Low voltage warning Extremely low current draw Specifications: Dimensions (Short Dome): 4.75" tall x 6.406" dia. Dimensions (Tall Dome): 6.6875" tall x 6.406" dia. Voltage: 10-30 VDC Amp Draw: 0.7 Amps @ 12 VDC, 0.35 Amps @ 24 VDC Lens Color: Clear Only LED colors: Amber/Blue, Amber/Red and Amber/White Approvals: SAE Class I (Amber/Blue) Star/Signal Vehicle 5 Year Warranty

Code 3 Arch 36 LED Beacon
http://sirennet.com/c3a36.html The Code 3 Arch 36 LED Beacon is a High Powered 36 LED Beacon with 2 Color Capability! Manufactured less than 20 miles from the Saint Louis Arch, the Arch beacon is designed specifically for your fire apparatus. This is the Brightest LED Beacon on the market offering essential lighting and exceptional radiance to alert oncoming traffic. Comes in a variety of models designed to meet different scene and application requirements. Features: Provides 360 degree Coverage 36 Super Bright Gen3 LEDs Available in solid, dual color or half color/half steady burn white LEDs Available with Amber, Red, Blue, and Clear Polycarbonate Lens 13 Flash Patterns include NFPA approved patterns with synchronous capability. Permanent Mount Standard Failure Mode Detection Circuit Dimming mode feature Specifications: 12 Volt, Reverse polarity protected 6 Amps max with 3 Amps average NFPA Upper Zone C & Upper Zone A Compliant Dimensions: 6.125" High x 7" Diameter (155.58 mm x 177.8 mm) Meets all applicable SAE J845 Class 1 and California Title 13 requirements when properly configured. Code 3 Five Year Warranty on LEDs

Whelen Dominator 8 TIR3 Super-LED Warning Bar
http://sirennet.com/whd8.html The Whelen Dominator 8 TIR3 Super-LED Warning Bar has a compact size and fully waterproof design that makes it a highly versatile answer to all your secondary warning and signaling needs. This light array is perfect for special use vehicles such as SUVs, vans, pickups and marine applications. This compact but powerful light array is a great solution to your unique warning light requirements. Features: Eight Bright TIR3 Super-LED (3-diode) modules. Multiple Scan-Lock flash patterns. Internal self-contained electronics. Fully encapsulated, fully waterproof. Low profile aluminum extrusion. Internal Molex waterproof connectors. Small diameter 4 conductor #20 AWG wires. Slide bolt mount, standard. Dominators may be synchronized to each other or to other Whelen synchronizing products. Operating Voltage: 12 VDC Size: 1-3/4 (44mm) H x 2-3/16 (56mm) D x 30-1/16 (764mm) L. Whelen 5 Year Warranty Call for other color configurations. Remember to order your choice of mounting brackets as most installations will require them.

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