Saulsbury, Alan
October 2003
Fire Chief;Oct2003, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p66
Trade Publication
Suggests that proper selection and balance of scene lighting can improve effectiveness and save money in lighting costs. Importance of fire apparatus-mounted scene lighting in safety and operations; Improvements on the system; Lighting requirements; Considerations for apparatus scene lighting without a line voltage generator. INSET: GOOD RULES FOR 12-VOLT SYSTEMS.


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