Lightbars

Galls is the complete source for lightbars from the brands you trust, Whelen, Code 3, Signal and more. We offer a wide selection of mini lightbars and full size lightbars featuring halogen, strobe, rotating or LED-based lights in various configurations and offering programmable flash patterns.

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#LB461 | $491.00
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#LB437 | $145.12
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#LB242 | $173.99
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#LB441 | $598.75
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#LB058R | $43.59
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#LB483 | $1,119.00
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#LB640 | $213.19
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#LB494 | $1,320.57
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#LB435 | $131.82
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#LB470B | $2,437.00
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#LB465 | $610.00
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#LB567 | $341.49
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#LB670 | $369.77
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#LB654 | $1,199.52
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History of Lightbars

Originally, lightbars were a simple metal bar on the roof of the vehicle upon which agencies would mount two rotating beacons, as well as other components such as sirens and stationary "lollipop" lights. Soon the beacon manufacturers began producing off-the-shelf complete "light bars".

Later, the individual components of the lightbar were integrated into a single contiguous unit, with two elongated domes on either side of a siren enclosure. The extended domes allowed for more rotating beacons, additional mirrors, and fixed-beam lights toward the center to replace the "lollipops".

Some lightbar variations are specialized to meet certain desires of the agencies utilizing them, such as those using multiple rotating beacons in a "V" pattern to provide additional illumination to the sides of the vehicle, and those designed to hug the roof of a vehicle to minimize air resistance or present a lower profile for "stealth" purposes.