Code 3 Introduces T-Rex Exterior Lights
November 10, 2010
The T-Rex exterior vehicle lights feature 27 user-selectable flash patterns; offer synchronous capability; and can provide various color-splitting configurations. Photo courtesy of Code 3.
Code 3's T-Rex exterior vehicle lights feature the company's new Torus technology said to deliver "an exceptionally bright straight-on and off-angle signal," according to the company.
These lights draw attention and can be easily mounted to your vehicle's license plate, side mirror, grille or any flat surface. The T-Rex light is less than 4 inches in length and the mounting pattern matches Code 3's existing exterior XT3 series — no new drilling holes are needed.
T-Rex lights can be installed with two screws and arrive with a black or chrome bezel. These lights feature 27 user-selectable flash patterns; offer synchronous capability; and can provide various color-splitting configurations.
The lights also meet applicable SAE and California Title 13 specifications.
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