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  • FEATURES:
    • Flasher units are designed to control the flash rate of vehicle directional indicators; this is achieved by providing regular interruption of the electric current in the indicator circuit.
    • There are 3 common styles of flasher units; electro-mechanical and electronic and thermal.
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  • FEATURES:
    • Flasher units are designed to control the flash rate of vehicle directional indicators; this is achieved by providing regular interruption of the electric current in the indicator circuit.
    • There are 3 common styles of flasher units; electro-mechanical and electronic and thermal.
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  • FEATURES:
    • Flasher units are designed to control the flash rate of vehicle directional indicators; this is achieved by providing regular interruption of the electric current in the indicator circuit.
    • There are 3 common styles of flasher units; electro-mechanical and electronic and thermal.
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  • FEATURES:
    • Flasher units are designed to control the flash rate of vehicle directional indicators; this is achieved by providing regular interruption of the electric current in the indicator circuit.
    • There are 3 common styles of flasher units; electro-mechanical and electronic and thermal.
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  • FEATURES:
    • The Light Control Module (LCM) is an important component of a vehicle as it integrates several functions, including various lights, hazard and turn signal and can also control the horn function.
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  • FEATURES:
    • Flasher units are designed to control the flash rate of vehicle directional indicators; this is achieved by providing regular interruption of the electric current in the indicator circuit.
    • Alternating flasher units are designed for use on vehicles requiring alternating flashing lamps (e.g. emergency vehicles and school buses), available in 3 pin configuration in 12v and 24v.
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    • A relay is remote electrical switches designed to provide direct current to the circuit load when activated by the switch (e.g. headlights, heater fan, or horn). The relay enables the circuit switch to carry less current during operation, reducing switch size, voltage drop and extending service life.
    • There are 2 common types of relays; normally open and changeover, available in 12v & 24v in with resisted or non resisted circuits.
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  • FEATURES:
    • Attractive modular wall displays with popular Tridon flashers and relays.
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  • FEATURES:
    • Attractive modular wall displays with popular Tridon flashers and relays.
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