WARNING BARS & TRAFFIC ADVISERS
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The Traffic Advisor product line encompasses an entire series of lights, ranging from a 2 head deck light to 8 head lightsticks, all in the pursuit of the perfect product that will get traffic moving away from you, and the scene. The lightsticks are available in TIR and Linear optics, giving the user choice between head on power or increased off-axis coverage. Constructed from high-strength aluminum, these lightsticks are lightweight enough to allow mounting nearly anywhere in the vehicle.
Each traffic advisor contains its own onboard flasher, giving the user the option from over 20 flash patterns, including left-to-right, right-to-left, and center-out patterns and offers synchronization for increased output and improving the vehicle’s aesthetics. All lightsticks feature a channel on the rear of the stick, allowing various mounting options in addition to the brackets included. This gives the user the ability to place, hang, or otherwise mount the light in nearly every section of the vehicle. The Rocket-X series are also completely waterproof, which means users can mount the lights outside the vehicle, as well as inside.
The high powered LED modules are designed to be easily upgraded or exchanged, making the traffic advisor lightsticks easily field serviced. Gone are the days of removing an entire light, just to replace a single faulty or outdated module; replace or upgrade the module by simply removing the module and plugging in a new one. With a completely modular design, the Rocket-X series is the obvious choice for any fleet or private-owned vehicle.
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Why Traffic Directionals and Arrow Sticks are a Must!
Any time a First Responder or Construction worker is on the side of the road, you know the challenges and dangers presented. One key way to minimize these risks is by directing traffic. Modern LED Traffic Advisor Light Bars can be mounted on your personal work vehicle, Utility Vehicle, and even on First Responder Vehicles. Our fully encapsulated and sealed Traffic Advisor Line it has never been easier to externally mount Advisor Light Bars. Capable of both advisory and warning strobe patterns, our Advisor LED Bars are sure to be seen clearly by other motorists even in adverse conditions. Directional Light Bars can give you and your unit the advantage they need, by advising motorists to follow a traffic pattern, so that you can safely work.
Is there an advantage to Amber LED lights and Light Bars?
Amber Strobe Lights are one of the most widely recognized lights on the road. They alert motorists to everything from utility vehicles, to directional warnings during traffic, or construction. When choosing an Amber Strobe Light, or Light Bar, what should you look for? The best answer to that is an Amber LED Light Bar. LED Light Bars are brighter, last longer, and consume less amps during operation when compared to traditional Amber Strobe Lights. When it comes to directing traffic an Amber Directional Light bar is exactly what you would need. The powerful LED’s used in today’s Amber Strobe Lights can get the attention of motorists, and signal them well in advance of whatever scene you’re working on. Where ever your vehicle needs Amber Warning Lights, LED Outfitters has you covered.
Upgrading to LED Emergency Vehicle Warning Lights, Several Things to Consider.
When you are getting ready to upgrade from traditional Emergency Warning Lights to a new LED Warning Light Bar there are several things to consider. One of the first things to think about is placement. Where do you want your new LED Light Bar to go, or are they hidden LED Strobe Lights? Is it externally mounted, or internally mounted. Once that decision has been made, the second thing is size of the lights. Will you go Big with a large LED Light Bar, or more concealed with a Dash Mounted Light Bar, possibly even completely hidden with Hideaway LED Strobe Lights? There are dozens of possibilities to go with, and even mounting brackets to assist in mounting large Emergency Vehicle Warning Lights on smaller vehicles.