Custer Products Introduces new LITE*IT Brand Beacon Strobes

Tue July 10, 2012 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The new line consist of three LED beacons including a 16-watt LED rotator, a 3-watt LED equipment strobe and a battery operated LED rotator.
The new line consist of three LED beacons including a 16-watt LED rotator, a 3-watt LED equipment strobe and a battery operated LED rotator.

Custer Products LLC announced a product line expansion by introducing seven new LED, strobe and battery powered beacons. The new line consist of three LED beacons including a 16-watt LED rotator, a 3-watt LED equipment strobe and a battery operated LED rotator.

Four of the new LITE*IT beacons are powerful tube type strobes with up to 17 joules and SAE CLASS 2. One beacon in our new line is a magnetic suction cup with a 10 ft. cord cigarette plug and 12 joules of power as well as battery powered beacon that is perfect as a temporary warning light, according to the manufacturer.

The new LITE*IT beacons will provide safety and warning solution for a multitude of towing, agricultural, transportation and safety customers. Custer Products has plans to launch many more new or improved products this year.

Custer Products Ltd. has been supplying products to the towing, agricultural, trucking, trailer and safety industries since 1993, selling to a network of customers throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America and Europe.

For more information, call 800/490-3158 or visit www.custerproducts.com.




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