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Code 3 Extends Its SuperVisor And WingMan Lines

Issue 9 and Volume 11.

Code 3's WingMan light
Code 3’s WingMan light tucks neatly into the back window of many vehicles used by emergency service personnel.

Code 3 announces its popular SuperVisor and WingMan interior mounted warning lighting system line, has been expanded to fit the most popular 2006 and new 2007 production vehicles used by emergency personnel.

The SuperVisor is a low-profile interior lighting system that is contoured to fit against the upper interior of a windshield between the sun visors and glass. At 2 inches tall, the

SuperVisor blends in with the interior of the car and remains unseen until energized, according to the manufacturer. A special housing prevents the lights from reflecting back into the driver’s eyes.

The perfect complement to the SuperVisor, the WingMan is designed to fit in the rear window of vehicles. Also 2 inches tall, it is virtually undetectable from the outside.

Like the SuperVisor, the WingMan will not block the driver’s view of traffic nor hinder the operator’s vision.

Made with LED technology, the SuperVisor and WingMan generate larger, brighter

signals and emit less energy, in turn reducing maintenance and increasing the product’s life, according to Code 3.

Several LED technologies (Optix, LED X or LC-LED) are available as options and each light head can be independently wired in a variety of flash patterns. Red, blue, amber or white LED’s may be selected. All LED’s are covered by a 5-year warranty.

For information call 314-426-2700 or go to www.code3pse.com.

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