Electronic flasher

  • 07-Apr-2011 04:42 EDT
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A 1- to 12-lamp electronic flasher for operating LED and incandescent lights from Waytek features a solid-state, three-pin configuration with no moving parts, making it more reliable and longer lasting than mechanical flashers, according to the company. Rated SAE J945, SAE J590, and SAE J1690, the 12-V, 300-W, 0.1- to 25-A flasher meets all standards for turn-signals and flashers in transportation and off-highway applications. Products are water-, oil-, chemical-, weather-, and flame-resistant, and custom options are available for use in equipment manufacturing and modifying, wire harness assembly, and repair shops.

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