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February 16 2018 - Products

Outliner Perimeter Light Bar

Code 3

The Outliner is designed to conform to any exterior flat surface including running boards, push pumpers, or tailgates, and offers 10 flash patterns, including dim and steady burn override.

Tags: Code 3, Vehicle Lighting, Police

August 23 2017 - Products

XTP Series Directional Lights

Code 3

Code 3's XTP Series of directional lights can be mounted virtually anywhere inside or outside of a vehicle including grills, mirrors, push bumpers, fog lights, license plates, trunk lids, and windows.

Tags: Code 3, Vehicle Lighting, Police

July 18 2017 - Products

600 Series Compartment Lights

Code 3

600 Series Compartment Lights are ideal for illuminating large spaces such as command units, box trucks, buses, prisoner transport vehicles, and training units.

Tags: Code 3, Prisoner Transport Vehicles, Vehicle Lighting, Police

January 9 2017 - Products

In-Drawer Lighting


TruckVault's improved in-drawer lighting offers white light for optimum visibility and red lights for night vision. The battery-powered LED lights are easy to install and offer 400 lumens of light.

Tags: LED Lighting, Police Vehicle Accessories, Vehicle Lighting, Truck Equipment



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