Explore Our Range of Beacon Lights
Beacons are usually round in shape in either mid or high profile heights, belonging to the primary type of warning product. Beacon lights feature both flashing and rotating warning modes and are considered one of the oldest type of warning lamps available to the automotive industry.
Where is the best location on a vehicle to fit a Beacon Light ?
As a primary type warning light, beacons are best fitted to the highest vantage point of a vehicle as it produces a true 360 degree warning light. Larger vehicles may require two to four beacons placed on each roof top corner of the vehicle to achieve adequate 360 degree warning capability. Temporary magnetic or pole mounted solutions are also available for Beacons to be deployed quickly and effectively.
What are the major differences between older Strobe, Halogen Rotator and L.E.D. Beacons ?
Older beacons feature halogen rotator design requiring gears and belts to oscillate a mirror reflector around a light source. This later evolved into static strobe tubes generating an intense white light but was often very hot, consumes too much current and break too easily. The latest and most powerful beacons utilize L.E.D. technology in conjunction with innovative reflector optics design to maximize the effectiveness of the light produced by long life diodes. With clever solid state design, user-select flashing and rotating patterns, and no moving parts, L.E.D. Beacon lights have a longer service life and often carry a 5 Year warranty.
SPARK Series L.E.D. BEACONS
Brighter Beacons with Superior Daytime performance with user selectable Flashing & Rotating patterns that meets SAE Class 1 Performance Standards. Suitable for all Australian OHS workplace requirements including Airports, Road Works and Construction sites.