A First Look at Extreme Tactical Dynamics Brand New Reflex Series

Posted by Extreme Tactical Dynamics on Jun 26th 2019

Reflex Series Lens

Extreme Tactical Dynamics brand new Reflex series has burst onto the scene! This new emergency vehicle light series uses Reflex technology, a unique technology for better off-axis warning abilities. Our Reflex series includes two different surface mount lights and five interior led light bars. Below, we will go over what all of the vehicle lighting in the Reflex series has in common and then break each light down more specifically to help you choose the one that is just right for you.

What is the Reflex Series from Extreme Tactical Dynamics

First, you should know that the Reflex Series from Extreme Tactical Dynamics is brand new! We chose to add the super bright LED light series to our inventory because of its advantages for police cruisers, fire trucks, EMS vehicles, and others that use tactical lighting. While each of the lights has unique features, every Reflex light has the following commonalities:

  • Uses GEN IV 3-watt LEDs
  • Made with Reflex lenses
  • Features C4 modules
  • Deliver a slim profile
  • Each module is fully encapsulated for the best weather resistance
  • All interior light bars are only 1” thick
  • Self-contained electronics
  • Black aluminum enclosures to help with fast cooling
  • Easy to install using brackets or screws
  • Dual color availability with most models
  • LED lifespan of 100,000 hours Uses
  • Use GEN IV 3-watt LEDs
  • Meets J845 & J595 requirements
  • Meets California Title 13 requirements

Now that you know what the Reflex series has to offer responders, it’s time to learn more about individual LED emergency lights in the Reflex series. We will start with the surface mount lights.

Reflex Series Surface Mount Lights

We’re introducing two new surface mount lights in the Reflex series, the C4, and the C9. While the C4 and the C9 share some similarities, we can guarantee that their pure brightness and unique lighting abilities will make it hard for you to pick a favorite.

The C4 surface mount light is created with a wide angle lens. Why is that important? It’s important because it helps create better off-axis warning, which makes it perfect for the grille or bumper of your police cruiser or POV. Optimized LED reflectors are installed in the modules using Solaris technology. The entire light is fully encapsulated for weather resistant protection and exterior installation. When installed and used correctly, the surface LED will use a max of 9-watts of power and can be expected to last for about 100,000 hours of use. To make this impressive grille LED even more irresistible, it’s been set up with 19 brilliant flash patterns.

Like the C4, the C9 surface mount light is created with GEN IV 3-watt LEDs and Reflex technology. But, the C9 has a unique look that will draw you in and make you want to know more. The curved design of the C9 produces a wide angle of brightness. In fact, you can expect 180-degrees of illumination when you turn the C9s on.

You may be wondering why you would want surface mount lights that can create such a wide angle of light? If so, think about this. You’re driving through a busy intersection with lights flashing, but you suspect people aren’t going to pay attention. When you create a wide angle of warning lights, you make yourself more noticeable. The C9s also come in handy for police that often have to patrol dark alleys or side roads for suspects. These grille and surface mount LEDs have a max power of 13-watts and use 19 flash patterns with memory. The aluminum/polycarbonate housing makes them nearly indestructible, and the design of the vehicle lighting makes it weather resistant as well.

Reflex Series Interior Light Bars

When you choose an interior light bar from Extreme Tactical Dynamics, you’ll find we have many options for different budgets and needs. Our newest addition to the interior emergency vehicle lighting systems collection is our Reflex series. When shopping this series, you can choose from five different options. The smallest light bar in this group is only 9” long, and the biggest is a whopping 36” long. The variety in the series will allow you to put more lighting wherever you need it most. We’ve already gone through what all of the emergency light bars have in common above. Now, we will go over how each is different.

Reflex Series C4-2

The C4-2 is the smallest interior light bar in the series. Despite only being 9-inches long, the LED mini light bar is able to make itself known in daytime or nighttime hours. In total, the C4-2 delivers 19-watts of maximum power and has 19 flash patterns.

Reflex Series C4-4

The C4-4 is almost twice as large as the C4-2. At 19”, you will be able to light up your entire dash or deck. You also get seven more flash patterns than the C4-2 for a total of 26. Flash pattern memory is also built in to this model, and it will only use a max of 32-watts of power.

Reflex Series C4-6

If you’re looking for a light bar that will look good centered on your grille, we would like to recommend the Reflex series C4-6. At 27” long and only 1” thick, the C4-6 is impressive. Its ability to create bright light that virtually bends around objects is a great addition to the front of any police car or fire department truck. The C4-6 is weather-resistant, features 26 flash patterns and flash pattern memory, and uses 72-watts of power.

Reflex C4-8

We’ve saved the best for last. Our Reflex C4-8 interior light bar is truly impressive. At 3’ long, the C4-8 looks good just about anywhere you put it including the dash, deck, grille, or edges. Like the C4-6, it delivers 72-watts of max power and has 26 flash patterns with memory included. Police cruisers, fire trucks, and POVs will look good with the C4-8 installed anywhere on their vehicles, and the emergency lighting will be hard to miss no matter where they go.

If you’re ready to add super bright LEDs to your car or truck, you’re ready to invest in surface mount lights or an interior light bar from Extreme Tactical Dynamics. To get the best visibility possible and more bang for your buck, you should probably consider buying lights for the grille and an exterior or interior light bar as well.

As always, if you have any questions about our lights or just need suggestions on the type of set-up that would benefit you best – give us a call or shoot us an email.

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