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27 Jul 2023

Lightbars and minibars

Haztec International Ltd Stand: 5/A174
  • Lightbars and minibars
  • Lightbars and minibars
  • Lightbars and minibars
Lightbars and minibars Lightbars and minibars Lightbars and minibars

Lightbar lengths range from just 373 mm (15 inches) to 2.4 metres (95 inches) to suit the largest of vehicles, and come with a comprehensive selection of components including: warning, directional arrow, Gatso, alley, spot and stop/tail/turn lighting modules. Lightbars can also incorporate an illuminated sign and/or speaker grille in addition to our latest 99-message programmable CANbus LED message sign. 

With UV stabilised polycarbonate lenses, rigid anodised extruded aluminium bases and high quality components throughout, Haztec lightbars come with comprehensive warranties. Our most popular configurations are also certified to United Nations ECE R65 Class 1/2 in up to three colours.

Using multi-colour LED modules means that the lightbar can be programmed with very sophisticated lighting combinations but still retain a small footprint. For example, a single colour LED module can function as a single colour warning or white LED spot/takedown light, whilst multi-colour modules allow coloured warning lights to be combined with white LED spot/takedown/alley lights and/or directional amber LED arrow functions without the need for separate lighting modules for each colour and/or function.

From the Xpress and Xpert lightbars which, with their extra height to accommodate dual row LEDs, are ideally suited to large vehicles to compact, mini lightbars which can be quickly magnetically mounted onto the roof of a saloon car and returned to the handy carry case when not required, there’s a Haztec lightbar to suit every vehicle type and application.

Call in our stand A112 to get a peek at our latest XL75 super slim lightbar and our many other new products.  

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