Light Bars and Emergency Lighting Is Now Wirelessadmin
Light Bars and Emergency Lighting Is Now Wireless
We’ve been asked many times in the past if our wireless remote controls will work on light bars or auxiliary lighting accessories and the answer is a quick “YES”. Not only do our wireless remote controls “work” with light bars but our remote functions can be wired into existing controls to replace all of your existing controls with ease. Have multiple light bars on one string? We can do that too. Our remotes work from 1 to 15 functions, meaning each button on our remotes, either 1, 2, 4, 8, or 15 button remotes can be programmed to have it’s own function. One button can be used for off, the next for on (or if you’d rather have one button for on/off, we have that as well), another button to activate a lighting sequence, and so on and so forth.
One of our biggest buyers of our remotes for use with lighting are emergency vehicles with multiple sets of lights that need to be activated on a moments notice such as municipal or commercial snow plow truck lighting and strobe lights. If you have a strobe on the top of your truck, a spreader light in the back, or any other lighting option, they can all be controlled via a wireless remote controller from up to 500 feet away.
Simply wire into your existing controller and hook up to your 12v battery and away you go. No drilling into your firewall or running wires all over the place. Installation takes 30 minutes and all remotes come with install instructions.