Thursday, 19 September 2019 11:24

LED strobe beacon

Written by  Staff Reporters

Beacons are an indispensable health and safety device for many vehicles on farms.

But the inconvenience of a power cord plugged into a vehicle’s accessory/lighter socket can be a nuisance.

The new Narva Sentry Pro amber strobe light solves this in a rechargeable cordless LED package which gives five hours of light from a 2200mA lithium battery. It has 12 LEDs.

The strobe is held by a magnet to a roof or metal surface, withstanding 120 km/h wind.  It has fully sealed construction, a virtually unbreakable polycarbonate lens, solid state circuitry and no moving parts. 

It comes with a 12V accessory/lighter socket cable, and an optional 240V charger mains charger is available at extra cost. 

A 5-year LED warranty applies.

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