With over 200 years of combined experience, Rosenbauer and TOMAR bring innovative, high-quality solutions to the Fire Market than can be relied upon for years to come.
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TOMAR’s 970L Scorpion™ lightbar maintains the rugged structure of TOMAR’s previous line of lightbars but with a modern look. With extruded aluminum housing, cast aluminum end caps, and optical Lexan light modules the 970L lightbar is built to last. The 970L lightbar includes many scalable features such as 3 or 6 LED single color or 12 LED dual color front and rear warning modules, 6 or 12 LED single color or 24 LED dual color corner modules along with LED takedowns and alley lights. With this much versatility, you are sure to find a configuration that meets your budget and performance needs.
Go all out or don’t go out at all! But, since you have to go, you might as well bring the dominating performance of the TRX Series with you. Using the dual color capabilities TOMAR offers to the off-road enthusiast, we’ve combined an extraordinary warning light with the unbelievable power of performance to give you more light than you’ve ever had before.Typically specified as an Amber/White Fog-light Bar, the TRX Series is the perfect integration of Off-Road and Fire Safety.
TOMAR Revolution Series and Revolution Pre-Programmed Series really is a revolution in emergency vehicle lighting. With the ability to not only provide dual color but also Dual-Mode lights to a standard NFPA package, TOMAR has raised the lighting bar to the next level. While others may make dual and tri-color warning lights, TOMAR‘s unique and patented hermetically sealed, Clear Vision Optics (CVO) provide the light exactly where you need it for the safest environment around the emergency vehicle.
STROBECOM II is an Optical Preemption System designed and engineered to help emergency service professionals reach their destination quickly and safely. By communicating with the traffic control system located at each intersection, the approaching emergency vehicles are given a “green” light before entering the intersection, thus creating the ability to move through heavy traffic situations.