Emergency Lights provide instant response.

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Mini-Series Model M-2 consists of 6 portable strobe warning lights that are powered by D cells and last up to 50 hrs. Waterproof strobes emit double flash signal with 360 deg lens and xenon lamp. Bright signals alert others of roadway hazards, work areas and dangerous road situations. Magnetic base mounts horizontally on metal surfaces. Lights can also form circular pattern, making locator signals for emergency helicopter landing areas and heliports.



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Portable Mini Series M-2 Strobes - 6 Pack Caddy


Lumastrobe, a manufacturer of flashing warning lights, announces the availability of an instant response package featuring Mini-Series portable warning lights powered by "D" cells.

The Lumastrobe portable six-pack consists of six battery operated, Model M-2 strobe lights in a sturdy caddy that can easily be stored and retrieved from a vehicle. These strobes are waterproof and emit a double flash signal with a single 360° lens and powerful xenon lamp. It has a flash rate of 60 double flashes per minute and average flash time of 40-50 hours using (2) "D" cell alkaline batteries. It features an external push button on/off switch, magnetic base and hanging rope cord.

With the press of a button, bright double flash signals can be set in place to alert others of roadway hazards, work areas and dangerous road situations. The magnetic base mounts horizontally on metal surfaces such as vehicle body parts. In their vertical mode, their wide base and low center of gravity make them stable road markers. When forming a circular pattern, they make excellent locator signals for emergency helicopter landing areas and heliports. Waterproof and impact resistant, the six-pack is ideal for emergency, construction and utility crews, motorists, police, fire and EMS personnel, as well as for aviation and marine applications. Measurements are 4" diameter x 5-1/2" overall height. Available in amber, blue, clear and red.

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