Who's make of 9x7 LED is this?

JohnMarcson

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Who's 9x7 LEDs are these? Internals are wrong for Whelen, Tomar, Code 3, FedSig and any other major maker. The housings look very close to Whelen. They contain 2 banks of LEDs like Tomar or Whelen ones, but the internal config looks closer to Weldon diamond backs or Tomar, but not quite. maybe a new version of Tomar or Weldon? Knock off?


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Sigma Safety

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I have some in the shop here. they are pretty bright lights. The "M" series from Whelen is brighter, but the K-series is pretty nice.

All Tecniq lights have a LIFETIME warranty and most of their lights (with the exception of a couple of their smaller lights) are made in Michigan. They are an excellent company to deal with. We use a lot of their smaller lights in and on vehicles.

They have the K-series in LED Scene Light, too. I like the K90 Scene light better than the Whelen Opti-Scene. They are almost as bright (you can barely notice the difference), but they don't jut way out like the Whelen does, and again, the lifetime warranty is really nice. On the K90 Scene, you can also turn off half the light if you want reduced intensity/amp draw. They are essentially two 7x3 lights in one housing, and are even wired separately.

They are priced pretty competitively, too. We've sold many hundreds of their various models of lights over the last few years and I think I've maybe had 2-3 lights back with something wrong (replaced, no questions asked, under warranty).
 
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JohnMarcson

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I have some in the shop here. they are pretty bright lights. The "M" series from Whelen is brighter, but the K-series is pretty nice.

All Tecniq lights have a LIFETIME warranty and most of their lights (with the exception of a couple of their smaller lights) are made in Michigan. They are an excellent company to deal with. We use a lot of their smaller lights in and on vehicles.

They have the K-series in LED Scene Light, too. I like the K90 Scene light better than the Whelen Opti-Scene. They are almost as bright (you can barely notice the difference), but they don't jut way out like the Whelen does, and again, the lifetime warranty is really nice. On the K90 Scene, you can also turn off half the light if you want reduced intensity/amp draw. They are essentially two 7x3 lights in one housing, and are even wired separately.

They are priced pretty competitively, too. We've sold many hundreds of their various models of lights over the last few years and I think I've maybe had 2-3 lights back with something wrong (replaced, no questions asked, under warranty).
Tecniq has a lot of decent quality items marketed at the ambulance industry. As you can see I often forget about them; and probably shouldn't.
 

JazzDad

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There ya go. Contact them to become members!
 

RDT Car 25

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My department Rescue has a set of the 9x7 warning and floodlights on it after a small upgrade. I wasn't sure about them originally, but they are decent lights. The warning lights are set to a slow alternating single flash and they are bright. The floods are as well.
 

PJD642

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And to make life easier for installers, you can get them with wireless sync!
 

bmd224

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I tried to find a distributor that sells their lights online, but no luck. Any recommendations?
 

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