Thread: Amber LEDs

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    This is true for NYS.
    You can run one blue light if your a vol. with an authorized blue light card from your Chief. You can run all the yellows you want. You just can't use them at the same time.
    Tom Bolanowski, Capt.
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    Yes, i am sorry i guess i left out that that was NYS.

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    Just another thought here, but every POV in NY has rear facing flashing lights. The common term for them is turn signals.

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    Default Help with a blue light

    Does anyone know if in NY you can run a blue light to the front of the vehicle while running amber to the rear of the vegicle. Any info on this would be helpful so I can pusrchase my interior stroe setup. One dual dashmiser remote strobe on front blue/blue and two remote whelen yellow strobe dashmiser singles on the bakc all for $300 including switches and a 6x90 power supply with 9 flash patterns. Any info on whelen tir6 blue LEd would be helpful. Thansk.

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    We have amber arrow boards mounted on the back of some of our apparatus. They are found on the pumps which have a high speed roadway in their district(70kmh or greater) and on the aerials which also respond to mva's on high speed roadways to assist with scene safety. This came about as a result of a lawsuit after a young girl was killed after driving into the back of a pump which was parked at an accident scene on the freeway.( All emergency lights were flashing)Now we use the apparatus with the arrow boards and bring traffic to a near standstill.

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    Speaking of lights on POV's check out this pole on POV lights and tell me what you think. Put you opinions down on the pole. We are trying to get a feel for everyones reaction.
    http://cms.firehouse.com/forums2/sho...threadid=43496

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