Cool. I did not know you could get a green lens with the pancake light. I had a blue one as a POC F/F in Illinois. It was one of the brighter lights based on the reflector size. I also did not know that they had a PAR 46 beacon. I remember you could get their twinsonic shaped lightbar with PAR 46s.
When I got on hired at the PD in 1988, we had the S&W bars like the catalog. Some had rectangular bulbs for flashers and some had PAR 36s. No alley lights. All red. Then we tried 1 Jet sonic in red. Then Streethawks w/ speaker grills red/blue with dual takedown lights in lower. They flashed with the alley lights in position 3, then all light street hawks, then MX7000, then 1 Tomar Neobe strobe bar, Whelen Patriot with 8 strobes and 6 7mm LEDs and halogen TD/ AL, then Whelen Liberty and finally 1st gen FS Valor bars in dual color red/blue. Wonder what they will go with next change over.
The early Smith & Wesson Magnum series electronic sirens (with the large pushbuttons) were sold under other brand names (e.g. the Stephenson Magnum IV and the Dietz OmniSound). There are demos of these sirens on YouTube.