Maximum Visibility

Wide Angle LED’s are specifically aimed towards giving up to 180 degree light output. Our range includes; Arc, One Eighty & Identification.

9LED Corner Warning Lighthead,  ECE R10 & ECE R65 Class 2, 180 degree spread of light with single unit; installing a pair of two (in a correct setup) for 270 or 360 degree warning coverage. Available in amber, blue or red.

Choose from 6 or 12 LEDs, with the addition of 180° wide angle light output, achieved by the wrap around optic design and outward facing LEDs, ECE R10 & ECE-R65, 12~24VDC. Available in amber or blue.

9 LEDs specially designed to provide true, certified 180º Wide Angle Lighting output. These 9 LED Surface Mount ECE R10 & ECE-R65, 12~24VDC. Available in amber, blue, red, green or white.

Versatile surface or universal side-mirror mount, suitable for vehicle bodies, mirrors and motorcycle storage boxes, 6 LEDs, ECE R10 & ECE R65 Class 1, 16 flash patterns, 12~24VDC. Available in amber, blue, red or white.

Which wide-angle module is best for you?

When it comes to choosing the ideal wide-angle module there are three options: The Arc, The Identification and The One Eighty. All designed and manufactured to fulfil different purposes, however all equipped with the optics to provide over 120° of light output.


Super wide-angle 120° light output, certified with SAE & ECE R65 Class 1 approvals.
Available with universal side-mirror mount adaptor.
6x LED module, available with 16 flash patterns.


180° wrap around side optic for wider visibility.
6x LED Modules, available with 15 flash patterns.
Low profile for discreet mounting.

One Eighty

True 180° wide-angle light output, certified by ECE R65 Class 1.
9x LED Modules, available with 16 flash patterns.

Just how wide is wide?

Ranging from 120° to 180° of visible light output, our collection of wide-angle modules are specifically designed and manufactured to demonstrate a clear warning signal that is easily visible all around you. These products are designed to emit a wider spread of light that that typically emitted by Directional Warning Lamps, these can be used where it’s beneficial to give a stronger signal towards the sides of vehicles when fitted on the front or rear, or to give an all-round signal if used in an array.