Law Enforcement

RX 2700 CC MC Lightbar

Code 3

June 2, 2011 - Products

Code 3 has launched its RX 2700 CC Lightbar with MultiColor (MC) capabilities. This MultiColor lightbar uses LED dual reflector technology to create endless flash patterns and color activity to alert motorists of an emergency vehicle’s presence. 

Instead of splitting a lighthead to get two less intense colors, Code 3’s PriZm II Reflector Technology and MC capabilities allow a full red signal and full blue signal to be generated from the same lighthead.

With the RX 2700 CC MC Lightbar, a red/blue lighthead can instantly blend together to turn into white takedown lights, without compromising lightbar space for emergency colors. When MultiColor is used in the rear, red/blue modules can change directly to a full-size amber NarrowStik. Using one touch settings, a user can change flash patterns or use the LED dimming feature.

The redesigned Code 3 PriZm II MC reflector is conveniently available in a 22-LED version for the corners and directionals, or a 16-LED version for the directionals. MultiColor LED lightheads can be ordered in red, blue, or amber. The PriZm II lightheads have a 5-year warranty and meet all applicable SAE J595, NFPA, and California Title 13 specifications.

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