For superior visibility and easy installation, the UBL U-Lite 800 Stick Light is a perfect choice! This eight-head LED stick light comes with a damage- and weather-proof housing, built-in controller, and a backlit controller with a pattern-changing button and easy-to-use traffic advisor directional buttons. This stick light can work without the provided controller and be hardwired. The U-Lite 800 is great for emergency vehicles, firefighters, police, construction sites, and more, with four blinding bright LEDs in each module. Its slide-bolt channel allows for easy mounting on the grill, in the rear or side window, in virtually any position. Each module is available in four colors: amber, blue, red, or white. With 30 flash patterns and a cig-plug, the U-Lite 800 Stick Light provides superior protection and visibility in any environment!
What's in the Box:
- (1) UBL U-Lite 800 Stick Light
- Controller & cig-plug
- 48 3-Watt LEDs
- 40° TIR patent-pending
- 30 flash patterns
- 10ft of wire to the controller, 3ft cig-plug
- Back-lit controller includes a dedicated traffic advisor
- Durable weather-resistant bar
- Sliding channel with two bolts
- Water-sealed and weather damage-resistant unit
- Input Voltage: 12VDC
- Max Draw: 3.5A
- Bar Dimensions: 36" L x 1.4" W x 1.4" H
- Controller Dimensions: 5" L x 2.5" W x 1.25" H
- Meets & Exceeds SAE J595 Class 1 Specifications
How bright are the U-Lite Stick Lights?
Each U-Lite Stick Light is a 3-Watt LED with four lights in each module. The U-Lite should exceed any requirements that you may have for emergency lights.
Can I remove the cig-plug and hardwire the U-Lite Stick Light?
Yes, you can hardwire the U-Lite Stick Light to a controller or switch. However, you must keep the U-Lite controller box connected for the stick to work.
What mounting options are there for the U-Lite Stick Light and does it come with brackets?
L-Brackets are used to mount the U-Lite Stick Light. They must be purchased separately. You would want to attach the bracket to the slide-bolt channel of the stick, set the position of the brackets and placement, attach the double-sided tape to the bracket, and stick the bracket to the vehicle.
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