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Nova Universal LED Flasher

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Nova Universal LED Flasher
Nova Universal LED Flasher

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The new LED FLASHER from Nova is a versatile LED flasher designed to fit a variety of warning signal applications. The LEDLFASHER1 is designed to flash 12 Volt LED heads. Halogen or Incandescent bulbs may also be used, however the faster flash patterns will not function correctly due to the long turn-on time of the standard lamps.The LEDFLASHER1 was not intended to flash any of the factory installed lamps or bulbs on a vehicle. Modern automobiles use indicator lamp wiring to carry control signals to the other critical systems such as the transmission. Flashers which directly control the vehicle’s existing lamps can interfere with these signals and cause severe problems.We no not recommend altering the factory vehicle wiring!

The LEDFLASHER1 features 12 flash patterns including two state-of-the-art random modes, and comes in two versions: a removable control harness version and a direct wire unit. Both models are encapsulated for years of trouble-free service.


  • Input surge protection
  • Reverse polarity protection
  • 100% solid-state MOSFET design runs cool
  • Waterproof design
  • Two random pattern selection modes
  • On/Off control wires
  • Single wire flash pattern selection
  • Encapsulated Electronics


  • Output Voltage: 12.8 VDC
  • Input Voltage: 12.8 VDC
  • Number of Outputs: 2 Alternating
  • Amperage Rating: 6 Amps per output wire (15 Amps max)
  • Flash Rates: 1.3 FPS, up to 1200 FPM
  • 12 Flash Patterns
  • Connect through a 15 AMP fuse to Battery (+)

5 Stars
So far so good. This was easy to install and works well. There is a little bit of a lag on the random 4 pattern every now and then. It appears the flasher can't decide which pattern to switch to and hesitates for a second. It doesn't happen often and doesn't seem to hurt the overall operation of the flasher. Assuming it continues to work, I'm really happy with the pattern options on this flasher and the way it works.
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