Xenon BEACON 360° Vehicle Beacon Light

SKU CCW-20-021-00149
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  • Single Bolt or Magnetic Base Mount Type
  • Xenon - Double Flash Mount Type
  • Wired or Plug Adapter Power Connection
  • Computer designed high clarity polycarbonate lens
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$155.00

Product Overview

Take a look at the Dicke Xenon BEACON 360° Vehicle Beacon Light! It is wind tunnel tested for security of attachment and high speeds, it has a 360°, computer designed, high clarity, polycarbonate lens and it features xenon double flash lights! Choose between a plug adapter or a permanent wire, choose between a magnetic or a single bolt base and get yourself one of these!

Includes:
Xenon BEACON 360° Vehicle Beacon Light

Features:

  • Features a 360°, computer designed high clarity polycarbonate lens
  • Wind tunnel tested for security of attachment at speeds of up to 160 mph
  • Xenon Double Flash light type
  • Magnetic or permanent mounting choices
  • Power supply choices - plug adapter or permanently wired

Specification

Specifications:

  • Light Type: Xenon Double Flash
  • Mount Type: Magnetic Base or Single Bolt
  • Power Connection: Plug adapter or Wired
  • Color: Amber

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