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Light Bar, 12 VDC, 50 Watts, Amber
- Item # 2ERN5
- Mfr. Model # 2ERN5
- UNSPSC # 39111706
- Catalog Page # 1342
- Shipping Weight 16.2 lbs.
- ItemMini Lightbar
- Number of Heads2
- Flash TypeRotating
- Flashes per Minute95
- Current Drawn9A
- Base MaterialAluminum
- Housing MaterialAluminum
- Lens MaterialPolycarbonate
- StandardsSAE J845, Class I
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Driving a vehicle with a magnetically mounted warning light is not recommended. Due to varying roof construction and driving conditions, the light could come loose and fall off resulting in injury or damage. The ability of the magnetic mounting system to hold on depends on several factors such as surface flatness, finish and the thickness of the metal. Repair of damage incurred by ignoring this warning is the sole responsibility of the user.
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