It’s true that having a phenomenal light and siren setup is a high priority of every first-responder, but few give switches a second thought. The console of your vehicle is the command center where ‘it all goes down!’ Using the right controls will determine how well the performance of the whole operation is maximized to give you the most light and best sound output that is possible. So, they are crucial for a high-performance, complex array of lights, sirens, and speakers. And...you’ll find just what you need right here!
We have basic single toggle back-lit switches that can power up to 6 surface lights, all the way up to customized digital control panels that manage multi-unit setups. Some have momentary pattern control buttons, some come with labels; all are wired with 18 gauge color-coded wires. Always mount them are arm’s length for quick operation, and keep them out of the sun. Some are made of aluminum, others of polycarbonate, but one thing is for sure...they are durable and reliable and will hold up even under heavy use.
Pre-think the layout of the console. You want it functional, efficient, and easy to use when seconds count! Selecting just the right combination switch you’ll need to control your setup is the first step; is it 1 switch for 6 lights...or 6 switches for 6 separate functions? Should you choose one that is backlit only when you turn it on, or one that’s black lit all the time making it perfect for nighttime use because each switch is easy to identify? We’ve got toggle, momentary switches and high-tech digital ones, too. Some control traffic and show the signals and flash patterns, in addition to optional switches.
Browse our product line and decide which ones will be the best for your setup.
If you’re not sure which type of switch or control box you’ll need, just contact us. One of our qualified, highly-informed service personnel are experts at equipping all kinds of different vehicles including police cruisers and motorcycles, fire trucks, and security POVs and can help and advise you all along towards selecting the right switch box. If you want to DIY, just follow the instructions in the Installation Guide that you’ll find in the Knowledge Base Section of our website; we advise on installations, too. We’re easy to find on your favorite social media or on our website.