The 911-990 is a six-button switch box. This affordable LED light switch box is easy to use in a variety of emergency vehicles, and can control beacons, strobe lights, and light bars too. To make using this control box incredibly easy, the panel of this switch box lights up when a particular emergency light is activated. As a result, drivers can easily keep track of what emergency lights are activated and which are not. To learn more about this innovative control box, read our detailed product description located below.
Voltage: 12V DC
Box color: black
A User Friendly Backlit Switch Box
The 911-990 emergency lighting switch box has the possibility to control many lighting devices at the same time. Most often this switch box is used to control LED beacons, strobe lights, LED strobes, and many other types of emergency vehicle equipment.
911-990 Switch Box is Extremely User Friendly
One of the easiest ways to organize your vehicle's police lights is by using an emergency lights switch box. The 911-990 Switch can control six different sets of emergency vehicle lights. In fact, this switch box can control many LED lights at the same time, or one at a time. The backlight of the switch box is always on, which provides constant light, even at night, which makes it easy for emergency vehicle operators to quickly identify which light they want to activate and do so easily. Additionally, when an LED light is activated on the switch box, it turns to red, so drivers are easily able to tell which warning lights are on and which are off.
911-990 Lightbar Switch Box Can be Wired into an Existing Lighting System
Installer can easily wire the switch box into an existing system. To ensure the switch box is in an easy to use location, the switch box itself can be mounted on the dash of a police cruiser or other emergency vehicle.
Additional Features of the 911-990 Switch Box
Each switch port is independently installed and draws about 15 amps of power. This unique design means other connected dash lights and emergency vehicle lightbars will be left unaffected in the case of a blown fuse. A sheet of labels is included with purchase, so installers can label particular lights for use on the road.