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AGINCOURT, Ont. — Grote Industries has now delivered LED technology to the emergency, construction and service vehicle vocations.

The new oval and four-inch round LED Auxiliary Strobe Lamps, according to Grote, offer a cost-effective and reliable alternative to the strobe lighting used today.

Conventional strobe lamps use gaseous discharge tubes, which have a relatively short life and require a large external power supply. However, Grote’s LED strobe lamps require a simple 12-volt DC connection and external power supply.

The company also points out that the longevity of its Supernova LEDs mean reduced maintenance bills and fewer replacement costs.

“We are very excited to bring the durability and superiority of our Supernova LEDs into the emergency lighting market,” says Matt Forner, director of product development. “These products will truly enhance the safety and longevity of emergency lighting.”

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