Lights Sirens and Cabinets
Emergency Service Industry Personal have many options when it comes to upfitting their vehicles. They can go with different makes and models of vehicles and with different conversion specialists to build their custom emergency vehicles.
EMERGENCY LED LIGHT BARS
Emergency LED light bars are available in many lengths ranging from 15” to 60”, are the clear choice for Public Safety Workers, Industrial/Construction workers, and other emergency services personal. These light bar systems have add-on options such as STT (Stop-Tail-Turn) modules, take-down/alley lighting and traffic advisers. Some light bar systems also come with standardized clear lenses for added ‘stealth’ when the light bar is powered off. With these systems you will get amazing output when they are turned back on.
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EMERGENCY MINI LED LIGHT BARS
When people think of mini-lightbars many times they think that these are just miniature lightbars. In fact Mini Lightbars contain different flashers and mounting options. These options are easy for any emergency services upfitter to install wiring harnesses. Mini Light bars utilize high powered LEDs and are set in a module-based format where each mini bar is designed to emit very bright emergency lights / signals in a complete 360 degree pattern. These come with selectable TIR or Linear optics. Each of these manufactures design these mini light bars to emit high powered – dispersed light for warning traffic and keeping the entire area well lit without leaving uncovered angles.
EMERGENCY LED INTERIOR / STICK TOP VISOR LIGHT BARS
Using interior LEDs lights in your Law Enforcement or Emergency Vehicle are sure to provide you with the lighting you desire along with providing some stealth to your vehicle. Interior Lightbars are easily mounted by most emergency vehicle conversion companies or upfitters and typoically do not need any drilling allowing for them to be easily swaped between vehicles. This is helpful when your department or company retires fleet vehicles because you can many times use them in the next vehicle in your fleet.
EMERGENCY LED DASH LIGHTS
Emergency lights for use on the dash of a vehicle are used for undercover emergency vehicles, stealth emergency responder vehicles, and volunteer personally owned emergency response vehicles. These lights can be permanently mounted in the vehicle or temporarily mounted using Velcro or suction cups and powered using the 12 volt plug in.
TRAFFIC DIRECTIONALS/ARROW STICKS
Emergency lights mounted on or behind the grille of the vehicle for forward facing emergency lighting. They are designed to get the attention of a driver in their rear view mirror are useful
SURFACE MOUNT LEDS
Surface mount LEDs can be mounted on a variety of places on an emergency response vehicle. You can mount the surface mount LEDs on the fenders for intersection warning, on the front grill for forward facing warning, in the location of the fog light for lower forward facing warning lights, under the rear hatch for rear warning when the rear hatch is open, to the sides of the front or rear license plate for forward and rear warning, and you can mount them inside the outside of the rear hatch or trunk for warning lights to the rear of the vehicle.
RUNNING BOARD LED LIGHTS
Running board LED lights can be an effective way to give intersection warning lights without needing to cut holes into the fenders of the vehicle and to also have a stealth side approach. Installing this single light on each side of the vehicle can also save in installation charges as it may take less time than installing three single lights on each side of the vehicle.
DUO LIGHT HEAD
DUO light heads on LED emergency vehicle lighting give more options for colors coming from the same area. Your light heads can be a mixture of red, blue, white and amber. This can also be useful if the vehicle is being used for multiple functions. The second function can also be used for forward and side facing lights to change to white to flood, take down, or scene lighting, or toward the rear the light can switched to amber to be used for a directional arrow on the back of a light bar.
TRIO LIGHT HEAD
Trio light heads on LED emergency vehicle lighting give more options for colors coming from the same area. Your light heads can be a mixture of red, blue, white and amber. This can also be useful if the vehicle is being used for multiple functions. The second and third function can also be used for forward and side facing lights to change to white to flood, take down, or scene lighting, or toward the rear the light can switched to amber to be used for a directional arrow on the back of a light bar.
LED hide-a-way light lights are used for inserting into factory headlights, factory taillights, factory reverse lights, and factory fog lights. These lights can also be surface mounted onto fenders, front grill, running board area, the bottom edge of tail gate, or rear license plate area. These lights are usually low cost and easy to hide to keep vehicle looking factory. These lights cannot be put into the projector light heads of some newer vehicles. Some manufactures are making multi function LED insert lights that can replace the factory bulb and preform multiple functions including turn signal, brake lights, running lights, and reverse lights.
OFF ROAD LED LIGHTS
Off road LED lights are an option to have brighter lights when in off road situations when you need need to see further, brighter, or in more directions, but also want to not need to add a bigger alternator. The off road LED lights can be mounted on emergency response vehicles and used as scene lights as well as for reverse lights or responding in adverse conditions.
Auxiliary flood lights and spot lights on emergency responder vehicles can be used to make scenes safer by adding flood and spot lights. You can use LED flood lights and LED spot lights to provide safer LED scene lights. These lights can be added to a flasher to provide additional warning emergency lights.
Beacon lights can be used on the top of the roof of the vehicle, the back rack, or on the rear of a fire apparatus to provide upper light warning. These lights can be flashing, rotating, or flashing in a rotating pattern.
HEADLIGHT FLASHERS/ WIG WAGS
Headlight flashers also known as wig wags are using factory head lights or high beams to flash in an alternating pattern or at the same time. This may be a cost effect solution for forward warning but at night the lights may reduce vision or may not flash and reducing warning power.
Control boxes, switches and controllers for emergency lights and sirens can control the vehicle emergency and auxiliary lighting and electronics, sirens, and equipment.
Mounting brackets can make the installation of emergency lights and equipment