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Fortune Products Inc. Fortune Products PL-300BJ-RC 4.75 in. Rotating LED Beacon Battery Operated-Jack - Blue

Item# SPM5826567903 | Model# PL-300BJ-RC | Added on January 14, 2014 |
Fortune Products Inc. Fortune Products PL-300BJ-RC 4.75 in. Rotating LED Beacon Battery Operated-Jack - Blue
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Fortune Products PL-300BJ-RC 4.75 in. Rotating LED Beacon Battery Operated-Jack - Blue

This remote control LED beacon increases visibility with 20 ultra-bright LEDs that simulate the rotating look of a police beacon. The Beacon is also equipped with strong magnets that make it easy to attach to vehicles, manufacturing equipment, shop walls, etc. Powered by 6 AA batteries (not included). It also has a standard jack for an optional 110V power adaptor (not included). The Super Beacon is rated by the manufacturer for 144 hours on a single set of batteries. In our tests, the beacon operated continuously for 4 weeks, 24/7 on one set of batteries. This versatile beacon can be used to warn others of hazardous conditions, increase vehicle visibility or bring attention to any important area or function.

The Remote Control feature is a high tech and very practical improvement. This can be summed up in one statement, "You no longer need to pick up the beacon to turn it off or on." Whether your application is on a vehicle, machinery, flag pole or structure; you have control with a pocket sized wireless remote from up to 100&' away.

  • Beacon requires 6 AA batteries (not included).
  • Includes remote comes with battery.
  • Remote has a range of 100 ft.
  • Beacon dimensions 4.75" x 4.75".
  • Adjustable light rotation speed.
  • Super strong magnet base.
  • No moving parts - rotation simulated by LED lighting pattern.
  • 20 eye-catching, super bright LEDs. - Ship Weight: 7.94 lbs.
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