Warning Lights

Warning lights can come in different types and shapes. They are commonly used as a term for automobiles. For example, vehicle instrument panels are positioned inside the vehicle and consist of text, symbols, or signs that inform the driver.

In order to answer the question "What do warning lights mean?", it is necessary to first determine what type of warning light is being referred to. 

Car Warning Lights

Armas Electronics produces warning lights with different features. Our mini warning light products can be listed as follows:

  • MiniBug headlight warning light
  • MicroPulse – Shutter
  • MiniPulse – Shutter
  • MidiPulse – Shutter
  • MaxiPulse – Shutter
  • Pulse
  • Pulse – XL
  • Linear – Interior warning light
  • Linear-C – warning light

Our products generally have different flash types. They include a Fresnel lens that emits light. They are made of polycarbonate plastic material resistant to ultraviolet (UV) rays and impacts. LED colors are quite diverse, such as red, blue, amber, green, and white. For example, the Micro Pulse shutter warning light has three different LEDs. It is a product with a length of 100 mm, a width of 28 mm, and a height of 20 mm.

The shutter warning light is a surface mount type product. It is used with an external electronic circuit. In addition to different flash types, it has a lens that strongly emits light. A specially designed lens has been used to increase the light intensity.

  • Pulse warning light
  • Cylindrical warning lights in MCL, SCL, BCY, and Pulse-T models
  • Magnetic cylindrical and portable warning light
  • ALF series LED fixture (interior)
  • ALS-0911 – LED Spot (interior)
  • Single and double-sided intercom
  • Custom design warning light
  • Headlight warning light

We also have products that can be listed in this way.

Warning Lights Exclamation Mark

The topic of instrument panel symbols is directly related to vehicle warning lights and their meanings. For example, "What is the yellow warning light?" is frequently asked. The answer to this question depends on the vehicle's manufacturer, model, and which light is flashing in this color.

The exclamation mark, on the other hand, is more common in newer vehicle instrument panels as a warning format in the shape of an exclamation mark. It indicates that there has been a loss of pressure in any of the tires. This warning also helps to eliminate the need to constantly check tire pressure.

Returning to lights outside the panel, Armas Electronics recommends turning to quality and guaranteed products. All warning signs and lights are essential helpers for road safety, vehicle health, and comfortable driving.

You can contact us for the types of warning lights you need. You can examine our products through our website or send your questions to us.