Law Enforcement

nLINE Running Light

SoundOff Signal

February 12, 2014 - Products

SoundOff Signal's nLINE Running Light adds low-profile lighting to emergency and amber-lighted vehicles. The light is mounted to a flat area such as a rocker panel, push bumper, tailgate, or headache rack. The light offers 10 flash patterns, including steady burn and light syncing. The 12-volt technology uses a 10-16 Vdc input voltage, drawing 16 Vdc at 0.58 amps. The light is available in four lengths — 36, 48, 60, and 72 inches. It's sold as a pair.

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