Amber, Incandescent Directional Warning Lights, 12VDC, Permanent Mounting, Length 47"
- Item # 3VJF3
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- Mfr. Model # AS847EXH
- Catalog Page # N/A
- UNSPSC # 25172901
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- Item Directional Warning Lights
- Light Pattern - Vehicle Lighting Arrow Left, Arrow Right, Center Out, Emergency Wig-Wag Mode
- Lighting Technology - Vehicle Lighting Incandescent
- Number of Flash Patterns - Vehicle Lighting 4
- Wiring Connection - Vehicle Lighting Pigtail
- Lens Color - Vehicle Lighting Amber
- Mounting - Vehicle Lighting Permanent
- Standards SAE J595 Class I, California Title 13
- Number of Heads 8
- Length - Vehicle Lighting 47"
- Width - Vehicle Lighting 4-1/4"
- Height - Vehicle Lighting 2-3/4"
- Voltage 12VDC
- Current Drawn 14A
- Flashes per Minute Variable
- Base Material Aluminum
- Housing Material Aluminum
- Lens Material Polycarbonate
- Includes In-Cab Control Module w/Built-in Rotary Switch and LED Flash Mode Indicator Lights, Pigtail, Mounting Hardware
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