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Adamson Industries Introduces Rear Anti-Collision Light System

Assembled exclusively for Adamson Industries, the Rear Anti-Collision Light System is made to provide increased safety and visibility to both police and fire vehicles. The 48-inch LED lighting strip features programming for red (stop/brake), blue (warning), and amber (directional/turn signal) and fits all vehicles.

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Police Product Test: Streamlight TLR-7

Streamlight's newest addition to its TLR line of weapon lights is ideal for compact and subcompact pistols.

Code 3 Announces Multipurpose M180 Triple Stack

Utilizing three rows of lighting, the Code 3 M180 Triple Stack produces a bright, off-angle 180-degree warning light that can be easily switched over to be used as an alley light, intersection light, or worklight.

Dualie Waypoint

Streamlight's new Dualie Waypoint is a high performance spot and area light that allows for individual or simultaneous use of a forward-facing spot beam for distance and a bottom-facing flood light.

ProTac HPL USB

Streamlight's ProTac HPL (High Performance, High Lumen) USB delivers 1,000 lumens and an intense, down-range beam.

Streamlight Offers New USB-Rechargeable Battery

The all-new battery provides an economic alternative to disposable CR123A batteries for the growing line of Streamlight flashlights that are designed to accept both battery types, including: the ProTac HL-X USB; the ProTac 2L-X USB; the PolyTac X USB; and the ProTac HL 5-X USB.

Streamlight Selling New Dual-Function Light

First responders, industrial professionals, and outdoor enthusiasts alike will appreciate the Dualie Waypoint’s flexible options, whether using it for illuminating low-lit pathways or performing close-up tasks, the company says. And combining both the spot and flood beams can help users to see what is ahead and around them so they can avoid slips, trips and falls.

Streamlight Introduces Penlight with Adjustable Focus

The Streamlight Jr. F-STOP’s adjustable focus allows users to transition the beam from a piercing spot light to a smooth flood pattern by simply sliding the flashlight’s bezel.

Law Enforcement Lighting 2018

These illumination devices will help light the way on duty, day or night.

Flashlights and Weapon Lights

Other than badges and guns, the one tool that almost every officer carries on duty is a personal light. We asked officers how they buy, use, and train with their lights.