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Okay, the first two may be more subjective, but we have five pieces of evidence to prove the superiority of vehicle flashers.
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If you’re in the market to add something new to your emergency vehicle, let this be your guiding light! It’s time to take a look at vehicle flashers.
If you have questions, please reach out to a support specialist!
Lots of lights flash, but not all are vehicle flashers. So, you might find yourself asking “what is a vehicle flasher?” Luckily, we’ve got an answer ! In short, a vehicle flasher is a device that integrates into your vehicle’s existing headlights and/or taillights to make those lights strobe.
These lights are not exclusive to emergency vehicles and are incredibly important to road safety. So, why do you need them?
Flashers let pedestrians and other drivers know to look out.
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While perhaps not as iconic as the light bars that shine on top of police vehicles, flashers are also popular components of emergency vehicle rigging.
A vehicle flasher is a device that integrates into your vehicle’s existing factory lights to make those lights strobe. It does this by interrupting the factory circuit within your to existing emergency lighting system while still protecting and isolating your vehicle’s sensitive computer parts.
When the module is off, your lights will function normally.
Z-Flash, a major player on the vehicle flasher scene, has made installation and operation simple. Their flashers allow you to plug a device into your vehicle’s existing OBD or BCM computer ports so your vehicle's headlights, taillights, turn signals (and other lights depending on which flasher) will flash. Once installed, it’s easy to turn the electrical component of the vehicle flashers on and off with the flip of a switch.
We offer a variety of flasher modules, both hard-wired and plug-n-play, for a wide range of vehicles and lighting applications. The Z-Flash Plug and Play Flasher for Ford vehicles, for example, comes with both switch and hard-wiring capabilities. It plugs directly into a vehicle’s OBD-II port and flashes the vehicle’s high beams, fog lights, front and rear turn signals and reverse lights. The Ford module has six customizable flash patterns while the vehicle is in park, in addition to custom software to activate, deactivate, and create custom flash patterns.
We understand how much you care about your vehicle, which is why the Z-Flash modules we sell will not damage your vehicle and can be removed at any time. Once removed, the flasher module does not leave any trace behind.
In the world of emergency vehicle lighting, flashers are a reliable and cost-effective solution. They are a great option for those who want more than the external factory lights. You can outfit your vehicle with more than one kit—to flash more than one set of factory lights, multiple kits are necessary. There are different shapes, sizes, and designs to best fit your vehicle’s specs.
If you’re lighting up at the thought of vehicle flashers, check out our selection!
Feel free to reach out to a specialist if you have any questions.