TrafiBEACON 360° Vehicle Beacon Light

SKU CCW-20-021-00147
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  • Single Bolt or Magnetic Base Mount Type
  • Halogen - Rotating Light Type
  • Wired or Plug Adapter Power Connection
  • Computer designed high clarity polycarbonate lens
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Product Overview

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With the Dicke TrafiBEACON 360° Vehicle Beacon Light, you get the benefits not only of a computer designed, polycarbonate lens, but also of a halogen rotating light! The rotating beacon runs directly from the drive motor for quiet and efficient operation. Choose your mounting type and power connection and get your Vehicle Beacon Light today!

TrafiBEACON 360° Vehicle Beacon Light


  • Features a 360°, computer designed high clarity polycarbonate lens
  • Wind tunnel tested for security of attachment at speeds of up to 160 mph
  • Halogen rotating light type
  • Rotating beacon that runs directly from the drive motor for quiet and efficient operation
  • Magnetic or permanent mounting choices
  • Power supply choices - plug adapter or permanently wired



  • Light Type: Halogen Rotating
  • Mount Type: Magnetic Base or Single Bolt
  • Power Connection: Plug adapter or Wired
  • Color: Amber


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