The Raisin Squad preaches about the effectiveness and “nationwide acceptance” of large high and slow flashing lights on school buses as well as similar sized alternating flashing lights at railroad crossings. Of course, we have zero scientific data or substantiating testing results to prove the theory. Our presumption is most motorists think like us and if they don’t, they should.
Lighting manufacturers offer a wide array of choices for warning, scene, and interior lighting on ambulances. Such lighting is typically made up of a variety of LED models that are being placed on the front, sides, and rear; in compartments; on the undercarriage; and inside the rigs.
Manufacturers are continuing to come up with new designs and improvements to their LED fixtures with the aim of meeting the wide-ranging lighting needs of various fire and rescue situations.
Utilizing a super bright Chip On Board (COB) emitter, the KBS Vision Flood has one central flood beam with a high and low mode.
Company’s initial product offering to fire apparatus market answers need for improved lighting for fire safety vehicles.
The FireTech BG2 is a modular lighting system that incorporates tight spot, wide flood, and asymmetrical “scene” optics, a smart whole-apparatus traffic director, and a system of warning lights.
he PolyTac 90X USB is a complete rechargeable system that includes a Streamlight SL-B26 rechargeable battery with an integrated micro-USB port.
The EX uses the Air-Light® ready-to-use orange case design with the lights deploying rapidly without the use of tools and folds to fit within the integral case.
The Vulcan® 180 HAZ-LO® Lantern is a rechargeable, waterproof, intrinsically safe, multifunction lantern featuring the latest in power LED technology and two blue safety tail-light LEDs for rear visibility.
Now, how does automation find its way into fire and emergency medical services (EMS) apparatus? It’s all around you every day, and it is continuing to advance with added features in more and more products.