Whelen Par 46 Super LED on a flasher

Abacus

Member
May 24, 2010
432
Sydney Australia
Hi all


With the above Par 46, if I connected it to a Code3 710 flasher , would I be right in that I could get the standard white "slow"alternating as well as the takedown option offered by the 710.


Thanks in advance
 

CFD125

Member
May 21, 2010
488
Carver, Mass.
Where in the world did you find Whelen Par46 super leds???


I have been searching for the forever. Whelen told me that they did not make a Par46 led.


All I have been able to find is the Par36 super leds.


Please let me know where to find them...I want.. I need.. I must have!!


Can you post a picture of one please?
 

Abacus

Member
May 24, 2010
432
Sydney Australia
. If you google whelen par 36 46 you should find the flyer- . Theres a pdf on the par 36s and 46s. You cant have mine so get your own :) ( Edited as I couldnt find it on their web site now !! hmmpfh)
 

Hollywood

New Member
May 24, 2010
218
Oklahoma
Ready to get my "white" one in and more ready for a red version to be released. If they were to release a red, I'd love to add a flasher to it for the old school meets new school "Red Spot."
 
Hollywood said:
Ready to get my "white" one in and more ready for a red version to be released. If they were to release a red, I'd love to add a flasher to it for the old school meets new school "Red Spot."

+1!! I'm just waitin' for the red ones to come out...I hope they are going to make 'em.
 

emtanderson51

Member
Apr 9, 2011
3,795
USA Massachusetts
wow those are super nice. Ryan should do up a CTS bar with those and the par 36 in the rotators. I bet the rotators double in speed lol
 

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