A break-out flasher when it first hit the market in 2002, the SBF-90 heralded a new era of technology, reliability and affordability for school bus flashers. Dealers and distributors all over North America began using the SBF-90 to replace older styles of eight-lamp flashers. School bus manufacturers quickly adopted the SBF-90 and its companion, the SBF-94, realizing cost savings in both the short and long term.
The VCM-08 is a dual output 15 Amp alternating flasher. The flasher enable requires a ground input on pin 87, which when applied causes pin 85 and 86 to alternately flash at a rate of 75 cycles per minute with a 50% duty cycle.
The VCM-09 warning flasher is a solid state dual output alternating warning lamp flasher. When a ground is applied to the input, the outputs will alternately flash at a rate of 75 cycles per minute at a 50% duty cycle.