Law Enforcement

Whelen SideKick ION Fender Light for Ford Police Interceptor and Chevrolet Caprice PPV

Adamson Industries Corp.

April 9, 2012 - Products

Adamson Industries Corp. is now offering a brand-new product from Whelen, the SideKick ION Fender Light which is available for a number of law enforcement vehicles. The light is designed for the following vehicles: 2013-and-up Ford Police Interceptor Sedan and the 2012-and-up Chevrolet Caprice.

Featuring the ION Series lighting, the SideKick ION Fender Light provides lighting coverage to the sides of a Ford or Chevrolet police vehicle.  Single warning color models have 25 Scan-Lock flash patterns while the split color offers 69 flash patterns. The company said it meets or exceeds SAEJ595, Class 1 specifications. Specs are 0.40 amps average at 12.8 VDC. The kit comes with a 10-inch, four-wire pigtail and features a five-year heavy-duty professional warranty

The SideKick ION Fender Light is available in standard or wide angle versions, single, or split color. Available colors include red, blue, amber, white, or split red/blue.  Pricing is $369.95 a pair.

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