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Yamaha ATV Flashing Beacon Kit

The beacon units are high quality Xenon powered with the following features:
  • 8W Xenon tube
  • Amber Lenses, 70CD effective light output
  • Nominal flash cycle of 80 per minute
  • Minimum 3000 hour operating life
  • Low power requirement, approx 1/3rd of an amp
  • Maintenance free with no moving parts
  • Impact-resistant and UV-resistant polycarbonate lens
  • CE Certified to EMC Directives 2009/19/EC and ECE R10.03.
  • Meets the requirements of 89/336/EEC
  • Weatherproof to IP65
  • Dual Voltage 12/24V
*Blue Lenses are available for the Emergency Services only
The kit can be fitted to an ATV in approx 20 minutes and is supplied with a fused battery harness, cable ties, fixings and full instructions.

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ATV Flashing Beacon Kit
90002 ATV Flashing Beacon Kit

Flashing Beacons are essential for both the safety of the public and the vehicle operator. When used in public areas high visibility creates an early awareness of a moving vehicle, also visual awareness is paramount for the safety of the operator, for example on narrow twisting country lanes or fast open roads.
Farmeasy produce Xenon Flashing Beacon Kits specifically designed for use on ATV’s.

These provide a high output of flashing light for maximum visibility with the minimum power consumption, a major consideration on vehicles with limited electrical power output.

The main mounting bracket is designed to fit rigidly under the rear rack. This holds a 1 metre upright pole which carries the Beacon and integrated on/off switch. The beacon pole can be raised or lowered in the bracket to suit the operating requirement, or totally removed by simply loosening a hand tight knob.