Speedcom Two Person Intercom
SpeedCom Communications Speedcom Two Person Intercom $129.95
SPEEDCOM 2MPI driver coaching intercom brings features from $300+ intercom systems and offers simple, rugged and reliable driver to passenger communications. SPEEDCOM Two Person Intercom Details: Manufacturer: SPEEDCOM Manufacturer part number: SCC-2MPI Power source 1: 4 AA Batteries Power source 2: 12V DC vehicle power cable with cigarette lighter adapter Can be dual powered: Yes Independent volume control: Yes Helmet connection 1: IMSA female Helmet connection 2: IMSA female Headsets Sold Separately HERE Power Source: Actually the SpeedCom SCC-2MPI has two independent power sources. For the instructor going from car to car, the 4 internal AA batteries provides multiple weekends of power. For a driver who mounts the SCC-2MPI in their car a 12V DC flying lead (open wires) can power the intercom anytime vehicle power is available. Mounting: A incredible simple and secure roll bar "V" notch is built into this communicator. Just add 2 worm drive clamps, and you are secured beyond anything we hope you do to your car, even Rally racers. Helmet Connections: Built in are dual IMSA protocol (4C) female connectors on a lead. These dual IMSA cables are built in and ready to connect to your Roux integrated electronics or any other helmet with an IMSA helmet kit. If your helmet is not wired, simply add 2 SpeedCom SCC-SEIH Single Ear Intercom Headsets. This device requires headsets sold separately here. Volume Control: Dual independent volume controls are mounted on the front for easy control. The driver knob on the left has the main power control built in elemenating the need for a secondary master power switch. Clean, simple, powerful sound control. Size: The SCC-2MPI is compact and rugged. The main unit is 9 cm wide and the roll bar mount ears are 2.5 cm longer on each side. Cable Lengths: If you have ever had to purchase a race car electronics extension cable, you know how frustrating that is. Why did an engineer who makes a product think a 3" lead is what a racer wants. 12V DC Power Lead: 4 ft 3 in Helmet Connections: 7 ft 2 in
Lifeline FIA 8874-2019 LED Rain Light
Lifeline Lifeline FIA 8874-2019 LED Rain Light $199.99
Lifeline FIA LED Rain Light The Lifeline FIA 8874-2019 LED rain light was developed for the highest levels of international and national motorsport use. Holding the FIA MSA/RWL/36/14 homologation for competition use by the MSA and FIA, you will see this Lifeline FIA LED rain light on various LMP2 and GTE vehicles in WEC to Prototypes, GTLM, and GT3 vehicles in IMSA. Lifeline FIA LED Rain light Details: Manufacturer: Lifeline Manufacturer part number: 421-100-011 FIA Homologation Standard: 8874-2019 FIA Tech List 76 approved Display: Light Emitting Diode Number of LEDs: 11 Number of Circuits: 3 View Angle: +/- 20 deg Light Output: 3269Cd Average Operating Temperature: -25 to + 60 degC Fixing: M6 Bolt Dimensions: 62 c 100 x 21.5mm Weight: 230g Power Supply: External 9 to 14 Vdc Power Consumption: 8.4W, 700mA @12v Flash: 4Hz The Lifeline 421-100-0011 LED rain light has a light output of 3269cd (more than 3.5x the competition), this light is intensely bright and extremely visible. The 4Hz flash mode meets the latest FIA standard, flashing between full power and 40% to ensure constant visibility. With a working voltage of 9 Vdc through 14 Vdc at with a miniscule 700mA draw, this rain light has become the rain light of choice of racers with very small alternators or racers running off the battery alone. Lifeline FIA LED Rain Light Benefits: Extremely high brightness Lightweight Energy efficient Robust Submersible / Waterproof Vibration resistant Overheat protected Replaceable protective screen The Lifeline LED Rain Light has an estimated 35,000 hour life - approximately 3.5 times more than the typical competitor. Made with an engineered aluminum heatsink base and 100% weatherproof connectors, this piece is designed to last in the most demanding conditions. Flashing rain lights are now mandated by several North American racing series and are highly recommended when stalled on the grid, driving slowly with a misfire or puncture, or during a safety car or red flag period to aid in visibility and prevent impact.