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LEOGLO NiteVizn System

Company: LEOGLO

August 01, 2005

The NiteVizn system from LEOGLO provides safe illumination for the back seats of police cruisers because it doesn’t create glare. When applied high on the back of a cruiser cage, it emits blue electroluminescent light, a type of light that does not damage night vision yet is highly visible and uniform. The strips are non-reflective and non-glaring, and are bendable and immune to vibration and impact.

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