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Emergency Vehicle Conversions

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Emergency Vehicle Conversions

Emergency Vehcile Conversions

Emergency Vehcile Conversions

When designing you emergency vehicle you have many options today regarding Lights, Sirens, Cabinet Systems and graphics. Graphics make a huge impact and can turn your undercover conversion int the chiefs or patrol vehicle. From stripes to commercial fleet lettering, vinyl vehicle graphics make the statement.

Emergency Vehicle Lighting

Many Emergency vehicles have a few different types lights on their vehicle. There are many types of police, fire and EMS led lights, emergency lights,  light bars, led deck lights, led dash lights, police computers, hide a ways, strobe kits, led hide-a-ways.  The options are amazingly large and we welcome any assistance in getting it right.

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Types of Vehicle Lighting:

Mini Light Bars

For vehicles that don’t need as much light coverage there is the option for a mini light bar. They can be temporarily or permanently mounted and can also use halogen, strobe, or LED bulbs.
The temporarily mounted mini light bars can be magnetic or suction-cupped onto the roof of the vehicle. They normally have less available features because they are normally powered by a 12 volt cigerate lighter plug. It would then have a power switch and maybe a pattern switch. It is not recommended to move the vehicle when the mini light bar is temporarily mounted on the roof.
Permanently mounted mini light bars can be bolted to the roof or a back rack. Higher end models of mini light bars can have alley and take down lights and would be hardwired into the vehicle.

Light Bars

Light bars need to be permanently mounted onto the vehicle. They can be bolted to the roof, strapped to the roof, or bolted to a back rack device. They can house halogen, strobe, or LED lights and have simple or complex functions. Also included could be take down and alley lights, a rear directional arrow, as well as flooding options. The light modules of LED light bars can be dual or triple color.

Dash, Deck and Visor Vehicle Lights

These lights are made for interior use. They should have a back flash blocking housing to keep from blinding the driver while the vehicle is in use. These lights can be halogen, strobe or LED, with the most current ones being LED. For one or two lights they can be temporarily mounted and powered using a 12 volt cigar plug, but more than two should be permanently mounted and hardwired to the vehicle electrical system.

Directional / Warning Lights

Mounted on the back of a light bar, back rack, or inside the rear window of a vehicle can be mounted a directional lights. Also these can be on the front or rear of a vehicle for special situations. These lights can be used as warning lights until they are needed as directional lighting to advise drivers of which direction you would like them to move. Using dual or tri colored modules these directional warning bars can be used for warning or illuminating/work lights.

Grille & Deck Lights

These lights are weather resistant to be mounted in the front grill or rear window of the vehicle. These lights can be single, dual or triple colored and used as secondary warning for vehicles directly in front or behind the vehicle.

Emergency Beacons for vehicles

Can be placed on the roof as a temporary or permanent mount, mounted on a back rack, or on the back of a fire apparatus. Construction vehicles would use amber while emergency vehicles can use red, blue, or amber. New models can have a dual use feature so a vehicle can be a construction/plowing vehicle using amber and then switch to blue or red for a volunteer response.

Fog Lights

You can change your factory fog lights or that location into emergency lighting. You can add a flasher relay to the OEM lights or you can put in other lighting. You can add LED inserts into the factory lights if there is enough room or you can place lights there. These lights can be single function emergency lights or they can also be set to auxiliary driving lights.

Emitters

Types of Vehicle Sirens

Emergency Vehicle Sirens are fully electronic or electric powered manual sirens.  They are designed to creating changing sounds to give different tones.  There are also low sound producing speakers to give a bass sound that you can feel inside of your vehicle even with the windows closed and loud music playing

Emitters

Emergency vehicle emitters are frequently integrated with the vehicle’s emergency warning lights. The traffic premption device will cause  traffic lights in the path of the emergency vehicle to cycle immediately to grant right-of-way in the desired direction, after allowing delays for signal changes and pedestrians to clear.

Types of Vehicle Cabinet Systems

In-Cab Consoles

Vehicle consoles can be used to hold emergency equipment as well as passenger comforts. The console can hold mobile radios, light and siren controllers, portable radio chargers, key lock boxes, computer mounts, flashlights, hand lights, 12 volt power plugs, USB plugs and cup holders.

Overhead Consoles

Overhead consoles can hold siren and emergency light controllers, mobile radios, radio speakers, and interior lighting.

Command Cabinets

Command cabinets in the rear of SUVs can hold a wide range of equipment.  They can hold computers, command boards, accountability systems, files, SCBAs, weapons lockers, mobile radios, flashlights, hand lights, 12 volt power plugs, USB plugs, multi-gas meters, thermal imaging cameras, and other equipment.

Medical / EMS Cabinets

Medical / EMS Cabinets are used in the back of emergency response vehicles to transport emergency medical responders with their organized equipment to calls.  These cabinets can hold bags of equipment and medical supplies for special uses as well as to replenish used supplies or for mass casualty events.

Medical / EMS Cabinets with Temperature Control

Medical / EMS Cabinets with temperature controlled compartments are used in the back of emergency response vehicles to transport emergency medical responders with their organized equipment to calls. The temperature controlled compartments are used for narcotics and saline bags that needs to be kept at specific temperatures. These cabinets can hold bags of equipment and medical supplies for special uses as well as to replenish used supplies or for mass casualty events.

Medical / EMS Cabinets with Patient Transport

Medical / EMS Cabinets are used in the back of emergency response vehicles to transport emergency medical responders with their organized equipment to calls.  These cabinets can hold bags of equipment and medical supplies for special uses as well as to replenish used supplies or for mass casualty events.  These cabinets will also have an area that can be used to transport a patient from a remote location to an awaiting ambulance to then transport the victim to the hospital.  These cabinets can have a fold down section so the middle row seat in the SUV can be used for passengers, and then when needed, this seat can be folded down and a back board or stokes basket that then be put into this area.  A stretcher or cot can also be put into this area if the middle row seat on the one side is removed.

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