Video All About Directional Flashing Lights

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Check out the video above showing our Sentinel Directional Flashing Light range.

Directional flashing lights are becoming more common and they're continually developing in three ways in particular:

  1. Smaller - In the video, you can see how they've developed to become more compact. The profile has become very low making them easier to fit and more discreet on the vehicle.
  2. Brighter - Being so small doesn't mean that they are not still very bright!
  3. Smarter - They can be synchronised to flash together, or to alternate in flashing. See in the video how if the wires are hooked together they flash at the same time. This can be done with multiple lights.
  • Most directional flashing lights are multivolt, so they can be fitted to 12 volt or 24 volt vehicle.
  • They're radio interference-free, waterproof and dustproof.
  • They meet standards like the SAE Class 1 and the ECE R10.
  • We stock some of the options in different colours like red, white, magenta (or purple), blue and green.
  • Most of the directional flashing lights have multiple flash patterns which you can hardwire in by joining the wires.

We also have a window-mounted version. This option is ideal if you need a temporary flashing light so it can be mounted on a front windscreen or back window of your vehicle.
It comes with a long cord on it and a cigarette lighter plug. You can simply plug the cigarette lighter in and turn the light on and off, and change the flash patterns with the second switch.
It also comes with a bracket so it can be permanently mounted in your grille. This style also comes in a longer version, which comes in various different colours including magenta which is ideal for some over-dimension pilot vehicles.

Check out our full range of directional flashing lights!