8 Multi-purpose Switch / Control Panel, available with Power Module. All Backlit Rubber Touch Buttons. 35 Selectable Icon Stickers to Clearly Label the Panel. 10 LED Signal Indicators for the Lightbar or Traffic Director.
7 switches control panel with outputs for auxiliary device power or function activation. 1 Programable Short Cut Button for quick activation of pre-set buttons. All Backlit rubber touch buttons. 35 selectable icon stickers to clearly label your panel. 10 LED signal indicator for your lightbar or traffic director. European Siren Interlock compatible.
8 button control panel with two-colour backlight, built-in buzzer and 10 indicator LEDs for traffic arrow. Programmable function for European siren interlock, traffic arrow or scene buttons for quick activation.
Which Control System is best for you?
There are two main types of Control Systems; analogue Switch Panels consisting of mechanical switches which make and break the current supplied to the system,
and those employing solid-state relays controlled by a remotely mounted compact Switch Panel.
SW830 Control Panel
Multiple program functionality.
8 momentary or latching switches.
Easy installation with suction mount included.
SW610 Control Panel
Designed for Lightbar or Directional Advisor control, with 10 LED indicators for signal display. Available with 6 tactile & click feedback buttons.
Which Size Control System is best for you?
The SW830 is a multi-purpose switching control panel linked to a remotely mounted power module. It can switch 3 x 10 Amp circuits and 5 x 0.2 Amp circuits. All 8 backlit, rubber touch buttons are programmable, and the functions can each be identified by the supplied icons. There’s a row of 10 LEDs above the switches to indicate to the driver how a connected Traffic Director is operating.
The switches can be programmed to switch a group of functions, useful if you want to for example activate a group of lights and siren when responding to an emergency call.
The SW610 range is designed specifically to control our Traffic Directors or Traffic Director equipped lightbars.
The functions are clearly labelled on the panel and there’s a row of 10 LEDs above the switches to indicate to the driver how the connected Traffic Director is operating.