UniLAMP™ - 6 Volt 360°

SKU CCW-20-021-00141
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  • Available with amber or red lens
  • Two versions: flashing and flashing with photocell
  • Has an integrated cone mounting bracket
  • Durable
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$16.50

Product Overview

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The Dicke UniLAMP™ 6 Volt 360° is powered by a 6 volt battery and includes a 360°, computer designed, and high clarity lens! With a yellow case and integrated cone mounting bracket, this light is sure to meet your requirements! Choose between amber or red lens and enjoy your two-version light, either flashing or flashing with photocell!

Includes:
UniLAMP™ 6 Volt 360°

Features:

  • Features a 360°, computer designed high clarity polycarbonate lens
  • Two versions: flashing and flashing with photocell
  • Integrated chip circuit available in 6V flashing with photocell
  • A yellow case made of high impact polyethylene
  • Integrated cone mounting bracket
  • Powered by a 6 volt battery (not included)

Specification

Specifications:

  • Lens Material: Polycarbonate
  • Lens Color: Amber or Red
  • Case Material: Polyethylene
  • Case Color: Yellow
  • Battery Required: 6 volt

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