LED corner module launched by ECCO Safety Group

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ECCO Safety Group, have launched the brand new ED5100 Series LED corner module, fully compliant with ECE Regulation 65 and offering an exceptionally wide spread of powerful warning light.

Fitting one ED5100 module to each of the four corners of a vehicle will provide a full 360° of powerful warning signal coverage and will allow the vehicle to meet the requirements of ECE R65 category ‘T’.

When fitting in pairs, the ED5100 gives 270° coverage and allows compliance with ECE R65 category ‘HT’. The low profile module features six selectable flash patterns and can be synchronized with other units on the same vehicle.

The ED5100 module flashes amber when powered, has a durable die cast aluminum base with tough polycarbonate lens and adjustable stainless steel universal fit bracket that allows mounting on all types of vehicles including vans with ladder racks. The module is dual voltage, IP67 rated for water ingress, draws no more 1.2 amps and includes a three year warranty.

This LED corner module is a powerful alternative to conventional warning beacons and helps to keep the overall profile of the vehicle aerodynamic.

The complete range of ECCO Safety Group (ECCO, Britax, Premier Hazard and Code 3) products include beacons, lightbars, minibars, directional LEDs, worklamps, camera systems, back-up alarms, mandatory lighting and off-highway vehicle mirrors. ECCO Safety Group are the business behind Axios the world’s first LED modular lightbar that provides hazard warning along with the ability for the customer to specifically build a bar that meets their exact requirements.

The US based multi-national designers and manufacturers of vehicle safety systems has European headquarters in Leeds. ECCO Safety Group has access to manufacturing facilities in eight locations on four continents, along with an additional four international sales offices in Europe, Australia, United States of America and China, together employing 900 team-members.

November 18, 2016

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