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Traffic Safety System Introduces LED Scene Lights

January 13, 2012  | 

Photo: Traffic Safety System
Photo: Traffic Safety System

Traffic Safety System has introduced its hitch-mounted LED scene lights for police and fire operations, according to the company.

The lights are available in 7-foot and 9.5-foot models. The lights give off 15,000 lumen of light and are powered by a 20-amp trailer circuit. Traffic Safety System is distributing the lights for manufacturer Fire Research Corp.

The lights are mounted to the rear trailer hitch and extend with a telescoping aluminum pole.

The basic model extends 9.5 feet and arrived with a 2-inch hitch. It arrives with as D15 Quartz Halogen 150-watt lamp head. The plug is a seven-way round standard trailer light connector. An optional insert mount converts the hitch fit to 1 1/4 inches.

Other options include an Evolution LED 15,000 lumen and Spectra LED 15,000 lumen 12-vole light head, LED traffic arrow board, storage bag, and generator tripod stand.


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Brandon @ 5/5/2012 2:40 PM

Our department purchased one of these lights for one of our apparatus and this is a must have!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Two thumbs way up for the superior lighting this tool provides on scene for operations. Salesman was a jam up guy and answered all questions that our department had, including demo at our station. Thanks Mr. J

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