Emergency City now provides you with emergency lighting options that are built around you and your fleet needs. Providing growing options for interior tow truck warning to slick top undercover application, we provide an intuitive interior LED light bar option for you. Offering universal and vehicle specific front windshield and visor warning light applications from Whacker Technologies and Feniex Industries.
Interior Light Bars – Functions of Interior Light Bars
If you have ever witnessed a seemingly normal vehicle suddenly turning on red and blue colored lights and chasing another driver, you have probably seen interior light bars in action. These bars are used in undercover and unmarked police vehicles. Law enforcement vehicles sometimes need to observe suspects and cannot afford to be detected. When they pursue a suspect, they need to turn on the warning lights as required by law. This is where light bars installed on the inside of public safety vehicles can be useful. The police officer can flip a switch to control the light patterns and provide enough warning to motorists.
If you're a police officer that regularly is assigned to do undercover work, then you will need to install interior light bars in your police vehicle. You want to make sure that the light bar you select has a low profile so that most motorists will not notice it when it is not lit. You may consider buying a light bar that has space to mount a camera so that everything is organized together. Older light bars used to have loud fans to keep them cool, but recently manufactured ones are designed to dissipate the heat.
When an emergency vehicle is undercover, motorists cannot identify it. This is the main idea of being undercover. One of the most common characteristics that instantly identifies a law enforcement vehicle is an exterior warning light. If you need to sit in an undercover vehicle in a parking lot to observe someone, then you will not be detected if your vehicle has interior light bars installed. This will allow you to do your work effectively. Because the interior bar will almost blend into the area where the visors are located, most motorists and pedestrians will not know what it is. The modern light bars are very thin and dark when not lit.
When you select your light bar, look for a light bar that uses LED lamps. This will allow a lot of light to be projected so that everyone can see your vehicle approaching. You have to be mindful of local laws regarding interior light bars, so make sure that your light bar complies with local laws. You also want to make sure that the light bar can withstand a lot of vibration as your vehicle may need to be driven at high speeds over different types of terrain when in pursuit. Light bars are increasingly used in vehicles that are used for state highway patrol units.