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Code 3 Introduces Independent LED Steady Burn Light

January 02, 2013  | 

Photo courtesy of Code 3.
Photo courtesy of Code 3.

Code 3 has introduced the Independent LED Steady Burn Light, which can be used as an additional alley light, take-down, spotlight or scene light.

When mounted to the push bumper of a police vehicle, this small light provides additional front-end lighting. Universal bracketing enables the mounting of this light in many locations on the vehicle.

The Independent LED Steady Burn Light features seven white LEDs with a clear lens for maximum light output. Black aluminum die-casting around the light provides maximum durability. The light is effectively sealed to keep any moisture out. Operating at 1.5 amps, the Independent LED Steady Burn Light is 2 1/4 inches wide, 2 1/2 inches tall, and 3 inches deep. The kit includes brackets and screws.

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