The owner of this Ford F250 came to us to outfit his truck with LED strobe lights. After briefly talking with him about the light coverage he wanted, we set up a time for him to bring it back for the installation.
We have found that many clients have come to us recently for LED strobe light installations. While we have looked and can’t find specific statutes associated with strobe light operation, we assume that they are a requirement now for some vehicles. From what we have heard, they are required for any vehicle that is parked on a roadside in a maintenance capacity.
Front Amber and White LED Strobe Lights
Most often, we outfit trucks with front and rear LED strobe lights. This F250 was no different. The client wanted to have four strobe lights in the front grille.
We installed the LED strobe lights in a staggered pattern. The light color we used was an alternating Amber and White strobe light. This option draws maximum attention to the vehicle and provides excellent visibility in all lighting conditions.
Rear LED Strobe Lights
The rear of the Ford F250 was to house two Amber and White LED strobe lights. After looking at the space available for installation, we found the perfect home for the lights. We were able to fit the lights just above the license plate. This location gives good visibility and adds an element of protection to the LED strobe light housings.
User Control and Delivery
Once we had all the strobe lights mounted, we routed all the wires to the truck’s cab. We mounted a rocker switch in a convenient spot on the dash, so the client would have easy access to switch the lights on and off. With the switch wired up, it was time for the client to come to pick his truck up. He could now work safely and legally on the side of the road. If you need some safety lighting for your work truck, give us a call, or contact us here!