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New Patrol Car Accessories Take Center Stage at Fleet Expo

August 16, 2012
Two things were clear from a visit to this year’s Police Fleet Expo: Ford’s new police interceptor sedan and police interceptor SUV are starting to make serious impact in the patrol vehicle market and manufacturers are searching for ways to make emergency vehicle operations safer.

Bright Ideas in Lightbars

December 29, 2009

Today, law enforcement lightbars are becoming even more high-tech with the adoption of light emitting diodes (LEDs) and computer controls. Many lightbars also now feature modular design that allows an agency to replace and repair modules rather than the entire system.

SoundOff Signal Acquires Exclusive License Rights to 911EP Products

August 11, 2009
SoundOff Signal, a leading manufacturer of lighting and safety products for emergency, bus, and commercial vehicles, announced that it has contracted with Safariland to assume responsibility for the sales, marketing, manufacturing, distribution, and service of the 911EP product line. This license agreement also extends to the related 911EP trademarks and technology.

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.

Ultralite Warning/Directional Bars

March 1, 2008
SoundOff Signal has taken its powerful little LED3 Mini Light and made it into a versatile line of interior directional/warning bars. Each version is available in 4, 8, or 12 LED3 module lengths.
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