Whelen Talon™ Linear-LED® Super-LED® Series - Red - Blue or Amber

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Part Number : TLN2

Our Price : $342.90

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Don’t let the small size fool you. This compact, lightweight warning light packs full-size Linear8™ Super-LED™ (patent pending) power that rivals strobe in intensity! Now you can have serious warning protection in a package that’s easy to mount or transfer from vehicle to vehicle.

FEATURES
  • Linear8TM Super-LEDs
  • Selection switch for 21 flash patterns
  • Swivel bail bracket with suction cups, standard
  • Eight foot straight cord with cigar plug On/Off switch and LED indicator
  • Snap-on polycarbonate hood secures with two screws, minimizing flashback to the operator
  • Lightweight but sturdy, rated for 100,000 hours of operation
  • Polycarbonate assembly is safer in vehicle in the event of an accident or airbag deployment
  • Small size and clear outer lens make Talon barely detectable until powered on

Available Flash Patterns
  • RapidFire™ 680 - 680 flashes per minute (FPM)
  • RapidFire™ 240 - 240 FPM
  • RapidFire™ 120 - 120 FPM
  • Simultaneous RapidFire™ 150 - 150 FPM*
  • DoubleFlash™ 240 - 240 DoubleFlashes per minute (DFPM)
  • DoubleFlash™ 120 - 120 DFPM
  • Simultaneous DoubleFlash™ 150 - 150 DFPM*
  • CometFlash® - 120 Cometflashes (4 flashes) per minute (CFPM)
  • Simultaneous CometFlash® - 120 CFPM*
  • ActionFlash™ - 2 alternating 120 CFPM, 4 alternating 240 FPM
  • Simultaneous ActionFlash™ - 2 alternating 120 CFPM, 4 simultultaneous 240 FPM*
  • ModuFlash™ - 120 to 360 FPM
  • Simultaneous ModuFlash™ - 120 to 360 FPM*
  • SignalAlert™ 120 - 120 FPM
  • Simultaneous SignalAlert™ - 120 FPM*
  • ScanFlash™ - 2 cycles of every pattern Cal
  • Flash™ - 2 cycles of 60 FPM, 2 cycles of 120 FPM
  • California Steady w/RapidFire™ 240 - 240 DFPM
  • California Steady w/CalFlash™ - 340 FPM
  • California CometFlash® - 120 CFPM
  • California ActionFlash™ - 2 alternating 120 CFPM, 4 alternating 240 FPM
* The chosen flash pattern will alternate from one lighthead to the other. With a simultaneous flash pattern both lightheads will flash with that pattern simultaneously