can this work

ffemt4660

Member
May 27, 2010
131
East Freedom,PA
i am wishing to convert my patriot to a liberty, my question is can i hook the liberty light heads to a ulf44 flasher and if so which lightheads do i need passive or ballast?


also what is the difference in the to, because i have some 2 wire tir6, will they work?


and is there a way to tell the different type apart.
 

ffemt4660

Member
May 27, 2010
131
East Freedom,PA
the ulf44 states that each channel can handle 60 watts each, and the reason i want to use that is new "law" from the cheif states that the if we use strobe or led bars they must be sync'd for like a wig wag pattern
 

CenTexPSE

Member
May 21, 2010
789
Covington, TX
ffemt4660 said:
the ulf44 states that each channel can handle 60 watts each, and the reason i want to use that is new "law" from the cheif states that the if we use strobe or led bars they must be sync'd for like a wig wag pattern


I dont get it?? :?
 

Zach C.

Member
May 22, 2010
476
Southeast, USA
One of our guys here had a sho-me bar. It was set to flash the whole bar at the same time (not sure of the pattern name). It did not move traffic and cars did not move over for it on the side of the road. Because they thought it was construction vehicle with that pattern. So that is probably what your chief is trying to avoid.


Zach
 

JohnMarcson

Administrator
May 7, 2010
10,991
Northwest Ohio
Zach C. said:
One of our guys here had a sho-me bar. It was set to flash the whole bar at the same time (not sure of the pattern name). It did not move traffic and cars did not move over for it on the side of the road. Because they thought it was construction vehicle with that pattern. So that is probably what your chief is trying to avoid.


Zach
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