Was just wondering what the light setup was, I wasn't gonna go on about if they were legal or not.Before anyone starts in on the warning light debate please note: I am a licensed Paramedic and I use my emergency warning equipment to respond to calls in my jurisdiction ONLY! I do not use my warning equipment for storm chasing as that would violate multiple laws governing emergency vehicle operations.
The SVP box is a Southern Vehicle Products (now Carson) SA-430 remote head 100 watt siren.
Kenwood TK-790 VHF (remote head)
Kenwood TK-890 UHF (remote head)
Kenwood TM-D710a Dual Band APRS
AvMap G-5 GPS / APRS display
GRE PSR-600 Digital Scanner (will replace with Uniden 996XT eventually)
SVP SA-430 Siren / PA
4 Whelen Vertex hidden LEDs in the corners
4 head Whelen Dominator on a GoRhino Road Defender push bumper
2 LED converted Whelen Dash King foreward
7 head LED Arrowstick in back glass
2 Axxitech low profile LEDs mounted to bottom of liftgate to provide visual signal when gate is raised
Jotto computer desk
attachment A holds the Toshiba Thrive running Pykl3 RADAR
attachment B holds the laptop running GR Level 3 / Spotter Network)
5 volt USB charging ports front and back
Cradlepoint mobile hotspot
Wilson cell phone amp
My apologies if I come off sounding terse. Nothing personal, and the comment was in no way directed AT you, just a pre-emptive strike. The worst flaming I ever had in my life was here in RR concerning storm chasers with lights. I now fully expect to go to a special corner of hell reserved for baby killers, serial murderers and storm chasers with warning light setups. I just wanted to establish up front that I am not the "Sheriff Beauford T. Justice in high speed pursuit of the storm" type.Was just wondering what the light setup was, I wasn't gonna go on about if they were legal or not.