LED Flasher

philyumpshus

Member
Jun 20, 2010
1,284
Malone, NY
I am thinking about putting two large Microman bars in my truck. Because of my affiliation with different departments I need to be able to run two different colors and be able to isolate those colors, ie. run blue or green but not both.


I am looking for a LED flasher that can do multiple patterns and has switchable outputs. That way I can hook the blue lights to some outputs and the greens to other outputs and control my lighting at the flasher instead of having two separate flashers. I would prefer a Whelen product but I am open to any of the big-name manufacturers.


Does anyone have an idea of what I can use? Maybe a KKK-spec flasher or something like that?
 

rangerbob

Member
May 25, 2010
101
Maryland
Why not just use a regular flasher like the Whelen ULF-44 and then have the outputs run to a relay for each channel. One color on each side of the relay. Push a button and you're Red/Blue. Leave it off and you're green.
 

philyumpshus

Member
Jun 20, 2010
1,284
Malone, NY
I thought about doing that but I figure it will be less of a PITA if I can get a flasher that has switched outputs. The Whelen UFM8 looks like it would work great but it's pretty big and I bet it costs a fortune.
 

philyumpshus

Member
Jun 20, 2010
1,284
Malone, NY
kinnelonfire75 said:
get some axixtech chameleon heads (if they are available blue green)

I thought of those; I'm even a dealer for Axixtech. Unfortunately they only come in R/B, R/A, or B/A.
 

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