Gear: 911EP Galaxy LED lightbar

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911EP Galaxy LED lightbar

Category: Patrol Vehicles & Equipment
Subcategory: Other Equipment
Price: $2000
Average Rating:
(14 Votes)

911EP's LED modules are called the emergency and warning light industry's most dramatic and ingenious development in decades. Engineered by 911EP in concert with LumiLeds, these modules utilize LumiLeds peerless high flux wide-angle light emitting diodes.

Member Reviews

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    Anonymous, Mon, 04 Jun 2007 14:23:34 UTC.
    1st review

    I've been using this lightbar for about 3 years now. Its incredibly thin but very bright. Since my dept switched to this lightbar, reaction time for people getting out of the way has greatly increased. The manufacture has been quick to deal with any of our needs. Each lightbar has many flash patterns that can be used. We have about 5 different patterns that we select from in our day-to-day operations.

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    Anonymous, Sun, 24 Jun 2007 15:24:17 UTC.

    Great product except that it is far to over priced for it's generation of L.E.D.'s .

    It's time for 911EP to step up with some GENERATION 3 LED MODULES and stop using GEN2 modules.

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    Robocop33, Sun, 24 Jun 2007 15:53:09 UTC.

    I am totally amazed at how bright and versatile these LED light-bars are. I came from back in the day when all we had was the spotlight that was red! We then progressed to the bubblegum machine on top with a flashing red light in front or the two rotating lights. We then went big-time to having two rotating lights at the end of the visibar. These were blue lights and often burned out and in the daytime were not very bright. The huge change was made when we had the bars that went all the way across with the mirrors and that was an improvement we loved. By that time I was riding Motors with two alternating blue lights in the faring and one small rotating blue light behind me. I was nearly killed and am now disabled and crippled because someone pulled out in front of me while on an emergency run. I remain convinced that had I had these LED's I would be either retired with over 30 or working on it soon. You do not understand just how wonderful these are unless you worked under the old lights.

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    ZECARIOCA2, Fri, 17 Aug 2007 15:47:45 UTC.

    A constable I know has those, they are super bright. it's a sight to see. They seem to be working great for him.

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    lawman07, Mon, 20 Aug 2007 00:22:59 UTC.

    Very bright. People actually see you coming now.

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    Firefighter154D, Thu, 23 Aug 2007 21:11:18 UTC.

    I have this on my POV and my patrol car i love it and yes people can actually see u comeing LOLOL

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    fedcop83, Sun, 04 Nov 2007 18:54:32 UTC.

    There's better out there, I personally think that your money would be better spent on a whelen low profile LED bar. My department has been using these for about a year now, we have had problems with them freezing on (all emergency LED's lighted steady and will not shut off), alley lights freezing on, as well as the alley and take down lights are not adequate when compared to similar bars on the market. Flash patterns are also highly difficult to change, and it does not offer you the choice of partially lighting the emergency LED's as in (rear flash only) stc...

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    bethlehemcop, Tue, 06 Nov 2007 17:59:38 UTC.

    I have this on my Crown very bright....its pretty hard to say "I didn't see you behind me"

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    leg, Wed, 09 Apr 2008 06:46:49 UTC.

    dont use it personally but have seen other leo's with it, and everytime i see them it gives me a mirgraine, but thats a good thing. they can definately been seen from far away and there cant be any excuses, like oh i didnt see u.

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    sgt_dunning, Fri, 15 Aug 2008 08:26:24 UTC.

    i have one and it works well in all types of weather

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    Deputycw, Sun, 17 Aug 2008 04:36:43 UTC.


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    deputycash, Wed, 12 Nov 2008 12:28:31 UTC.

    The agency I work for has around 70-90 of these lightbars with the Carson SC-409 commander control box. All of them look and work great. There have been some issues with alley lights not being able to be turned off, but the manufacturer has covered every repair/ replacement. ours are set up to flash the the front or back indivdualy, together or the rear directionaly from right to left, left to right , or from the center outward.

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    miller8303, Tue, 18 Nov 2008 05:41:27 UTC.

    Bright lightbar, nice flash patterns, easy to install and maintain. My department is going to these from the whelen bars. I am a true whelen customer and always will be. The early model of these bars had some failures and issues, but 911 met it with top of the ladder maintenance. Those guys take care of they sell to you. They get attention, but the small piercing LED is not always the best option. My department has opted not to include the nighttime dimming control so that we may blind our communities motorists while we are working at night. Overall, good lightbar and top of the line service from 911EP.

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    Lightbarsandmore, Sat, 06 Dec 2008 03:45:11 UTC.

    This light bar is absolutely horrible!! The red/blue light bar is bad because from a far distance it looks like a bunch of purple. I am an installer for emergency vehicles and I select the flash patterns that wire into switch box, the flash patterns are very bad I mean wow sho-me able 2 light bars are better than this.

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