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Federal Signal Introduces Latitude Warning Light

August 22, 2013
The Latitude features the company's Solaris LED reflector and Reliable Onboard Circuitry (ROC) technology for an advanced lighting solution.

SpectraLux ILS

May 20, 2013
Suited for undercover and highway vehicle applications, the SpectraLux ILS by Federal Signal offers the same advanced warning and directional lighting as a full-size lightbar.

Adding Alley Lights to Police Cruisers

March 20, 2013

It's been my experience that the alley lights on police cruisers are among the most underutilized tools in law enforcement. That's a shame because proper use of alley lights can make you a more effective crime fighter.

Code 3 Introduces Independent LED Steady Burn Light

January 2, 2013
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.

Vehicle Solar Charging Panel

August 23, 2012
Streamlight's SolarStream is a supplemental solar charging panel for emergency responder vehicles. It helps to offset battery drain from computer systems and other rechargeable electronics when a vehicle is off, extending battery life.

Larson Electronics Releases Magnalight Emergency Light

August 17, 2011
The Magnalight EXP-EMG-12W-2L is an emergency light with a battery backup that provides 90 minutes of light operation in the event of power failure or any incident that results in the interruption of current to the light.

Honda Generator Light Units

August 19, 2009
Designed and manufactured exclusively by Tele-Lite Inc., Honda Generator Light Units provide up to 1,500 watts of quartz halogen lighting.
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