SoundOff Signal UnderCover Strobe (Push-In) User Manual
Undercover, Push-in strobe head, Etup0(x)-p and etupw0(x)-p
PUSH-IN STROBE HEAD
ETUP0(x)-P and ETUPW0(x)-P
"COMPOSITE" AUTOMOTIVE HEADLIGHT, CORNER LIGHT
OR TAIL LIGHT INSTALLATION USING AN UNDERCOVER
STROBE LIGHT HEAD.
Since the Undercover Strobe Light Head will share the
same reflector as the headlight, brake light or corner light,
make sure the Undercover Push-In Strobe Tube does not
interfere with the proper operation of the currently existing
After taking the "Composite" reflector assembly from the
vehicle, select a surface in the rear or bottom of the "Compos-
ite" housing which is as flat as possible and cut a 1" hole. Push
the Strobe Light into the housing.
After selecting the best location for the Strobe Power
Supply (refer to the Power Supplies Instructions), string the 3
conductor cable (Figure A) from the Power Supply location to
the remote Strobe Light Head.
High Voltage on the surface of the glass tube. The Undercover
Strobe Light Head is a open flash tube with NO protective lens.
Proper installation is required. DO NOT TOUCH STROBE TUBE OR
THE STROBE TUBE ASSEMBLY WHEN IN OPERATION!
The end of the 3 conductor cable with the
closed tip terminals (male pins) are to be
connected to the Strobe Power Supply and
the open ended terminals (female sockets)
are to connect to the Strobe Light Head
Make sure the strobe cable is secure along the chosen cable
routing inside the vehicle to prevent it from damage by chafing
or stretching. When used to connect Strobe Lights located in
the front of the vehicle, such as head lights, be sure to keep the
cable away from engine HOT spots.
Strobe Tubes generate HIGH heat. Be certain
to install Undercover Tubes into a light housing
of sufficient size to dissipate the heat.
AMP 3 POSITION