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Dialight Vigilant L-856
High-intensity LED strobe
This high-intensity system consists of three flash heads, three power supplies per level and one controller for the entire system. Up to 18 synchronized flash heads can be used on a tower. The three flash heads provide 360 degree coverage. The working voltage is less than 200Vdc, which is significantly less than tradition Xenon flashtubes. The units are sealed for protection from the elements. Patented optics provide sharp cutoff to minimize light pollution and ground scatter.
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