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School Bus Amber & Red Warning Controller (RCT-01727-00000)

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Control provides outputs for four amber warning lights, four red warning lights and outputs for stop sign arm. All outputs are current monitiored for bulb failure.

Sequence of Operation:

Momentarily depressing, "MASTER" switch will arm system.

Momentarily depressing, "AMBER WARN" switch will begin operation of amber warning lights.

Momentarily inputting to J1-6, "DOOR OPEN", will switch to red warning from amber warning and provides an output for stop sign.

Momentarily inputting to J1-5, "DOOR CLOSE", will terminate cycle. 

RCT-01731, display. Can be remotely mounted so driver can monitor all outputs for bulb failure.

Required data cables; DAT-001348-00XX0 (8 conductor) and DAT-01349-00XX0 (10 conductor) (XX depicts length.)

V8D1WXXB-AFB00-000-XAM1 / C-00081 Carling Switch with Cap.

Document: RCT-01727-00000 School Bus Amber Red Warning Control Brochure.pdf

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R. C. Tronics has been an invaluable resource to our company. Their customized electronics has greatly reduced our costs, labor and space needed for completing police package and rescue vehicle installations on all of our fleets. We use R.C. Tronics exclusively to meet our installation needs. Since we started using R.C. Tronics in 2004, our customer satisfaction and approval has increased as well as our customer base. EVS recommends and endorses R.C. Tronics as a company that all up-fitters should use to produce the highest quality police and rescue vehicles.

Marcus N. Rice, Owner and Founder of EVS-Emergency Vehicle Systems, Denver Colorado.

All products manufacured by R.C. Tronics Inc. are warranted to be free of defects and material or workmanship. Liability is limited to repairing or replacing at our factory, without charge, any material or construction defects which become apparent in normal use within the warranty period following the date the equipment was shipped.