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GHOST Mini Light for Vehicles

July 1, 2008
SoundOff Signal’s new GHOST light for vehicles utilizes a new exterior Edge Mount for single and dual lights that eliminates flashback and “deadened” warning power resulting from tinted windows.

Low-Profile Lighting System

June 1, 2008
From 911EP, part of BAE Systems, the Commander Lighting System (CLS) offers very low-profile interior lighting. Although it sits at the top of the windshield, the light bar’s design helps minimize visual obstructions to improve driver safety, while an integrated glare shield minimizes flash backs.

Hat with Lighted Brim

March 1, 2008
In any low-light situation, LED Safety Hats both provide you with hands-free light and allow you to be seen. Housed in the hat’s brim are six super bright LED lights. On the back of the hat is a super bright red LED.

Meteorlite LED Modules

July 1, 2007
Superior Signals’ Meteorlite High-Intensity LED Modules for vehicle lighting feature an encapsulated power supply, eliminating the need for an external power source. The SYLED03 and SYLED04 modules feature three or four high-intensity one-watt LEDs with multiple flash patterns.

Superior Signals Meteorlite Halogen Mini-Light Bars

November 1, 2006
Meteorlite 9360 series rotating mini-light bars are part of Superior Signals’ line of rotating beacon and light bar products. The 9360 series mini-light bars feature two 55-watt halogen rotators with a center-mounted, diamond-shaped mirror. Each lamp flashes 90FPM. The mini-light bars measure 18x73x4x55x8 inches for maximum visibility.

911EP Galaxy Light Bars

February 1, 2005
Building on 911EP’s signature low-profile design that maximizes aerodynamics and minimizes fuel use, the Armor Holdings company’s new Galaxy line of LED light bars offers modular flexibility with a customizable variety of sizes and color combinations to choose from.
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