Adamson Industries Corp. Introduces Stick-A-LED™ warning light by Nova Electronics
Haverhill, Massachusetts - Adamson Industries Corp., a leading provider of public safety vehicle equipment and installation services is pleased to announce a new self-adhesive LED auxiliary light. Introducing, Stick-A-LED™ warning light by Nova Electronics.
Stick-A-LED™ warning lights are compact, high intensity auxiliary LEDs designed to provide a powerful warning signal with fast and easy installation. The Stick-A-LED™ requires only a single (wiring) hole and simple two wire connection to install, no fasteners are needed. The self-adhesive, peel and stick backing allows placement on any flat surface. Warranty period is for one year.
Pricing and Availability
The Stick-A-LED™ is available in three shapes; Oval (3 LEDs), Triangle (3 LEDs) and Rectangle (6 LEDs). Each model features a tough polycarbonate base and lens with integrated optics that provide enhanced light dispersion. Featuring a quad flash pattern and colorless when not illuminated, the Stick-A-LED™ lights are available in your choice of amber, blue, clear or red. Pricing starts at $39.95 each and quantity pricing is available. For more information, please call 800.232.0162 or visit us on the web at www.adamsonindustries.com.
About Adamson Industries Corp
Adamson Industries Corp. located in Haverhill, Ma, provides agencies with safe, reliable and user friendly vehicles and equipment. With more than 50 product lines, Adamson Industries Corp. offers a wide selection of equipment including vehicle lights, lightbar systems, prisoner partitions, siren systems, K-9 units, consoles, push bumpers and more. In addition, Adamson Industries Corp’s state of the art installation facility offers a one stop source for creating highly productive law enforcement vehicles from simple installs to more complex upfits. Adamson Industries is a multiple GSA Contract holder. For more information or to request a copy of the 2012 Fleet Manager Buyers Guide, visit us on the web at www.adamsonindustries.com.