Whelen flashers

jmamrak

Established Member
I don’t think The ULF-44 really has anything comparable, that’s why it’s so often recommended
What’s the difference between the ulf44 and the Fenix 4 outlet flasher?

I think the Fenix 4 outlet is comparable to the ulf44. Not to hijack your thread but I think they are similar.
 

AlexM2013

Junior Member
Hi,

ULF44 is pretty unique in so much that it is a true 4-channel flasher that supports daisy chaining of subsequent flashers (through the Sync (grey) wire)(and even then you can synch flashers on specific pattern phases!) and has the Rotator patterns amongst a myriad of 60+ patterns:

WHELEN ULF44 Flash Patterns.png

If you're after a couple of specific patterns then you may be able to look at some of the flashers from Sound-off and Code3/ECCO?
Do you have a specific pattern(s) in mind?
 
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Shadow-D

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Well I guess I don't have my account set up correctly, I'm not getting messages from here... Hens my late reply.
I'm not really sure what I want as for flash patterns. Time was, a few years back, there was a great video showing all the patterns of a ULF-44 but it has been removed. I know I want an attention grabbing pattern but don't want the "twinkling" effect.
Thanks
 

Nolines

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I Myself am a Fan of the Cometflash, I just hate that you cant get the lights to work like the strobes and alternate when hooked up instead of flashing together at start and slowly working into a no longer synced pattern...

But You Know Twinkling always looks so nice during the holidays cause then you look like a christmas tree on wheels!
 

shues

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I just hate that you cant get the lights to work like the strobes and alternate when hooked up instead of flashing together at start and slowly working into a no longer synced pattern...
It sounds like you have your ULF44 set to phase B, while you would prefer phase A instead.
 

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