Thinest Led lights

LLS

Member
May 23, 2010
516
NYC
Ant one know what type of light would be extremely thin. I'm looking for some side lighting, but I don't want it to stock out tremendously. thanks
 

unlisted

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May 20, 2010
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If you are looking for thin "depth" - nothing comes close to the Tomar RECT13 RECT 14's...
 

Richard P

Member
May 23, 2010
1,026
Sudbury, On
SWS has some Lightheads that are 1/4" thick, but its just an LED panel, 50 if im not mistaken
 

GranPrix

Member
May 23, 2010
530
FL
We need more info here buddy...


Thin as in depth? Height? Mounting location? Inside or out? surface mount? ect...
 

usdemt

Member
May 21, 2010
195
Vermillion SD
unlisted said:
If you are looking for thin "depth" - nothing comes close to the Tomar RECT13 RECT 14's...

+1 and great lights.


Or Star makes some ridiculously thin lights called the DLXT Thinline or something like that.
 
Signal Vehicle Products (SVP) has the thinnest LED lighthead I have ever seen. I have 4 of them installed in my grille and they are SUPER thin and VERY BRIGHT. Mine are in RED. They are about 1/2 as then as the Tomar Rec 13 and have a much bigger footprint than the Rec13/14's. The lightheads I have are about 2 inches by 4 inches and about 1/2 of an inch thick at the very most. VERY thin! The model is DLXT "Thinline" Series. The ones that I have to not have the bezel as shown on the website. They offer "L" brackets also or they can be surface mounted easily. Self contained with 11 flash patterns.


http://www.star1889.com/products/signal ... Lights.asp
 

VolEms

Member
May 24, 2010
2,109
NY, USA
SVP is get 1 not bright. I would only put Gen3 LED's if you want to be seen. Tomar Rect14's are very thin. I have many happy costumers who mount them on pov's for intersection warning surface mount.
 
May 21, 2010
1,030
LKN, NC
I hate to play devil's advocate here...but why are you so concerned with using the smallest light you can find? If you're legitimately concerned about visibility and the lighthead standing out against the background you'll want something with some surface area to it.


Not trying to dash your hopes and dreams, just trying to give you something to think about.
 

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