Axios - The World's First Modular LED Lightbar System

BOISE, Idaho -- Introducing Axios, an innovative modular LED lightbar system configured and assembled on-site by an international network of independent distribution partners. Axios completely redefines traditional lightbar design and meets all relevant industry standards for a wide range of applications including SAE, ECE Regulation 65 and California Title 13.

No more waiting two to three days for an ECCO lightbar, or weeks from our competitors. Axios Partners are trained and certified to build a lightbar, to customers' exact specifications, while they wait, which eliminates lead times. All partners stock a wide range of Axios chassis, LED modules, mounting kits and accessories.

Designed from the ground up, the Axios aluminum chassis includes three power rails that provide wireless power and control signals to the five plug-and-play DropLock™ LED modules: 360º beacon, directional warning, worklamp, alley light and stop-tail-indicator. No tools required. An externally mounted Safety Director™ can also be added. Once installed on the vehicle, replacing, reconfiguring and upgrading modules can be achieved easily without removing the lightbar.

The included keypad controller /simplifies lightbar programming and operation. Users can select from 29 flash patterns, and program three presets. Other features include cruise mode (steady burn warning modules) and day/night mode (warning module dimming for dark conditions). LEDs on the keypad provide immediate flash pattern feedback so operators know exactly what the lightbar is doing at any time.

Axios is available in five lengths, features 12-24V operation and uses CAN bus technology for fast, easy installation. Tilt-adjustable mounting feet allow for varying roofline contours and a range of accessory mounting kits are available for specific vehicle installations.

January 2016: Axios will be available across the U.S. and Europe via a network of trusted Axios Partners.

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