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  • Ordering Note for Dual-Mode iLED’s: The iLED has the ability to be programmed to four distinct functions, using the red;blue;red and blue; and white wires as triggers. The white wire is a steady-burn only function, and defaults to the last color ordered (color 2 on dual-color lamps and color 3 on tri-color lamps). If the iLED is being used for both Warning and Scene Light Functions, white should be selected as the last color, to save programming time.

  • Ordering Note for Dual-Mode iLED’s: The iLED has the ability to be programmed to four distinct functions, using the red;blue;red and blue; and white wires as triggers. The white wire is a steady-burn only function, and defaults to the last color ordered (color 2 on dual-color lamps and color 3 on tri-color lamps). If the iLED is being used for both Warning and Scene Light Functions, white should be selected as the last color, to save programming time.

  • Ordering Note for Dual-Mode iLED’s: The iLED has the ability to be programmed to four distinct functions, using the red;blue;red and blue; and white wires as triggers. The white wire is a steady-burn only function, and defaults to the last color ordered (color 2 on dual-color lamps and color 3 on tri-color lamps). If the iLED is being used for both Warning and Scene Light Functions, white should be selected as the last color, to save programming time.

  • Ordering Note for Dual-Mode iLED’s: The iLED has the ability to be programmed to four distinct functions, using the red;blue;red and blue; and white wires as triggers. The white wire is a steady-burn only function, and defaults to the last color ordered (color 2 on dual-color lamps and color 3 on tri-color lamps). If the iLED is being used for both Warning and Scene Light Functions, white should be selected as the last color, to save programming time.

  • Ordering Note for Dual-Mode iLED’s: The iLED has the ability to be programmed to four distinct functions, using the red;blue;red and blue; and white wires as triggers. The white wire is a steady-burn only function, and defaults to the last color ordered (color 2 on dual-color lamps and color 3 on tri-color lamps). If the iLED is being used for both Warning and Scene Light Functions, white should be selected as the last color, to save programming time.

  • Ordering Note for Dual-Mode iLED’s: The iLED has the ability to be programmed to four distinct functions, using the red;blue;red and blue; and white wires as triggers. The white wire is a steady-burn only function, and defaults to the last color ordered (color 2 on dual-color lamps and color 3 on tri-color lamps). If the iLED is being used for both Warning and Scene Light Functions, white should be selected as the last color, to save programming time.

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