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Code 3 Introduces Emergency Lighting for the 2015 Charger

April 30, 2015  | 

Photo: Code 3
Photo: Code 3

Code 3 Inc. has introduced a complete set of lights and sirens custom fit for the 2015 Dodge Charger: from the license plate to the front grille, to the lightbar, and finally to rear lights.

Code 3 recently released the SuperVisor Flex, an interior windshield light, which is available in MultiColor (18-up) and single color (9-up) using the latest Torus LED technology. The Flex lightheads are situated so they shine straight ahead while the LEDs in each lighthead are designed to spread light, so they do not require aiming. This interior windshield light along with the WingMan in the back deck are ideal for the 2015 Charger.

Additional products for crucial lighting inclde the grille area, side mirror, and the license plates. As always, Code 3 provides deck, dash, and exterior lighting, plus Hide-A-Blasts for rear taillights. All are designed to provide optimal lighting for straight-on and off-angle performance.

For a complete listing of the new 2015 Charger lights and siren, visit code3esg.com or call Code 3 Customer Service at (314) 426-2700.

About Code 3 Inc.

Established in 1974, Code 3 Inc. designs and manufactures a complete line of emergency lighting and warning products for police, fire, emergency response, utility, and industrial applications in Saint Louis, Mo. Code 3 Inc. is a division of ECCO Safety Group.

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Jon Retired LEO @ 5/4/2015 8:59 PM

Those LED lighters and wigwags light up the night and the day.

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