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i know that .. they have the led halogen lights not.. comoonly know as the a-pillar light.
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The ones in galls are flashing emergency lights for emergency vehicles. These are high intensity off-road lights.
yes, i know that. our 09 crown vics have led a-pillar lights. the big spot light type deal.. those throw our just as much light as the ones the op posted.
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LED Halogen? Really. I think you're confused.
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the halogen was replaced with an set of leds, that project just as much as the ones the op posted.. i know what LED and halogen are..
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I was going to say the same..^^ these are offroad lights..They are on several cars and trucks in the baja 1000/500 and other offroad sports..
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i know that .. they have the led halogen lights not.. comoonly know as the a-pillar light.
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looking up the supplier that we use now brb
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if im not mistaken, Emergency Lighting, Warning Lights, And Other Emergency Equipment - code3pse.com those are the ones that our supplier used and retro-fitted into our spotlights. i will have to ask him tomorrow when he comes down to finish installation of our new in car cameras..
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It called a Model 330 post mounted spot light, made by Unity Manufacturing. And the thing you linked to is a flashing warning light and not something anybody would retrofit into a Unity light. The Unity lights use a conventional Par 46 sealed beam halogen light. These are universal and can be purchased anywhere. CodePSE does not make an LED Par 46 that I see on their site anywhere. Whelen may but I don't have time to dig around for it.

In any case, there is no such thing as an "LED Halogen"; it is one or the other.
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If anyone is in a debate about what type of LED would/coudl be used to throw the light..

Take a look at the P7 LED, Im running a single P7 LED in my L950m flashlight next to me, and this thing throws off more light with a single LED then my truck does with both its headlights... welcome to solar force


They run about 14 bucks a pop, plus whatever it takes to get a proper reflector setup, hell.. I could buy another of these flashlights and tape it to the hood and use them for my fog lights they are so good!
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Those lights are awesome! They're a local company based here in the valley. The guy doing my SAS has them on his buggy and they're badass!! He left them on for an hour once and then realized it was he was cleaning up shop. His buggy started right up!! Plus they don't use much power. I'll be getting some towards the end of my swap to replace my power sucking KCs. My battery and alternator will like me more too.
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