You can find a variety of strobe light kits both for decorative as well as for emergency lighting purposes. These are used for a large number of reasons. Firstly, you can combine any number of these light heads depending upon your requirement to get high intensity, bright lighting. They give you maximized output and bright lighting with lower power wattage especially when you use LEDs as the chief lighting source. You can either go for individual light heads or go for full length light bars which have 4 or 6 of these in all directions. You can mount them in a staggered fashion, for efficient lighting and that too, in all directions.
The strobe light heads can be easily mounted as they are manufactured for easy installation and maintenance. In some cases, you can fit them in 1 inch diameter holes in the front end as well as the rear end of the vehicles. You can not only mount them on the roofs of vehicles but also on the bumper, grille or over the tail and brake lights depending upon where you need them to be. These light heads can also be installed as part of composite headlamps when you need maximum lighting on dark highways or for search and rescue missions. In fact, a single light heads can be configured to have 6 to 12 or even more high intensity, super bright LEDs each with a power rating varying from 1W to 10W or even more. This is because LEDs provide maximum luminosity with the lowest wattage and hence last longer on a simple power supply during crisis situations.
The strobe light heads use patented technology and advanced mechanisms such as multiple unit synchronization. You can have several light heads flashing in sync with each other.