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December 01, 2001

The new Millenium Level II LED (Light Emitting Diode) lightbar from 911 Emergency Products, Inc. (911EP) gives off more light with less electricity than conventional filament-based lights and features a thinner, lower-profile design, all the better to sneak up on speeders and suspects with.

The Millenium assembly connects directly to a vehicle’s 12V DC system without converters. The lightbar may be mounted on vehicles from standard cruisers to SUVs and comes in a variety of color patterns.

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