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      You definitely want a grommet to prevent the roof steel from cutting the light bar wires. Then add some silicone to seal it all up. There are plugs that you can buy to do this as well, but a...
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      NoLimitSquads replied to the thread Need help wiring lights.
      I’ve never used any of these Chineseum lights so I really have no idea what works or not. To the OP, if you are looking for cheap, maybe look for some used name brand lights? Idk? How are Code 3...
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      NoLimitSquads replied to the thread Vertex Duo's.
      They are the same thing as the old splits as far as the leds in the housing. They are two wire controlled though. They function slightly different than the ION duos though, as a steady does not...
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      NoLimitSquads replied to the thread Need help wiring lights.
      I took the time to read the description on those lights. First, I would cycle through the patterns on those lights and see if they have 2-phase patterns. Since they have a sync wire, I would...
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      NoLimitSquads replied to the thread Spotlight choice?.
      Ive installed a few Arges’ (Argi?). I agree with what was said above. For usability, the Unity LED is way more dependable and user friendly. I only choose Arges when the vehicle didn’t come with a...
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      Looks good to me! (Assuming that its fused ;)) Just make sure that your Aux lights don't draw more amps than the relay, switch, or wires are capable of handling.
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      Not a guru, but Ive installed dozens of Cores. By low voltage, Im assuming that you mean low amperage, as all of the outputs should be 12v. Is all firmware current? What are the diagnostic lights...
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      Fords “ready for the road” package is awful! The less wiring that you get from Ford, the better. It might work for some tiny little one horse town, but for any agency of size, it requires so much...
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      Lots of information up there, some good, some not so good. Although I think the product line is a bit different here in the US, than it is across the pond. So, this is all US product info. All...
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      On the old Sapphires, you could do a work-around, and program an expansion module as an inner edge and flash individual lightheads. I wonder if this is possible to do with a WCX control point and...
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      You need something to control the expansion module. Im not sure on the pricing, but Core-R and an expansion module is probably your best bet. Core-R is just a controller that you can add We-Canx...
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      NoLimitSquads replied to the thread Core-S.
      No kidding. I’ve been thinking that for awhile. We used to have strobe power supplies that flashed the “steady” burn lights. Then it was a bunch of “smart” leds with built in flashers, that just...
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      NoLimitSquads replied to the thread Core-S.
      While I do agree with this statement, I just built a security vehicle for a local college, and we installed a Core in the console, because it was really the best place to put it. This vehicle had...
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      NoLimitSquads replied to the thread Core-S.
      Haven’t seen any yet. They just released it at FPCX about a month ago.. At Whelens pace, it’ll probably take a few months to get them out.
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