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Code 3 XP 9500 and FM 9000

 

 
 
 

Fran Hildwine, BS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P | | Friday, January 11, 2008


The proliferation of LED lightbars greatly prolongs the life of ambulance batteries and alternators. TheXP 9500 andFM 9000 LED lightbars fromCode 3 not only conserve vehicle power but also feature enhancements that improve the amount of light directed at an angle, thereby increasing coverage when approaching an intersection. The XP 9500 is designed for the front of an ambulance and improves intersection visibility with a series of 45_ X-Fire signals. The FM 9000's flush-mount design also fits well on the rear of ambulances and provides off-axis lighting for added visibility.

VITALS

LED Colors: Red, blue, clear, amber

Lengths: 12.5"-88" (varies)

Cost: $79.56-$626.10

www.code3pse.com

314/426-2700


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