2000 Series Strobe Light

The DFS-2000 and Q-2500 strobe lights from North American Signal Co. stand out as the most powerful in their range, boasting impressive candela/second ratings of 1500 and 2500, respectively. These lights are specially designed to provide advanced warning and increased visibility in adverse weather conditions. They feature a black powder-painted aluminum base (or an anodized aluminum base, noted with “SP” in the part number) along with a tall fresnel lens and a clear outer dust cover, resulting in a high-profile, high-performance lighting solution.


  • Lens Color: Choose from a selection of lens colors, including Amber, Blue, Clear, Green, and Red. You can designate your choice by replacing the last “X” in the part number: A-amber, B-blue, C-clear, G-green, R-red.
  • Operating Voltage: These lights are engineered to operate seamlessly with both 12V and 24V power sources, offering flexibility in their application.
  • Rated Current: The lights have a rated current of 3.5 Amperes, indicating their power consumption.
  • Flashes per Minute (FPM): These strobe lights deliver an impressive 80 quad flashes per minute (QF), ensuring highly effective signaling.
  • Light Output: With a remarkable light output of 2500 candelas per second, they provide exceptional visibility in all conditions.
  • Joule Rating – Output Energy: These lights offer a high joule rating of 25 Joules, resulting in compelling and powerful illumination.
  • Mounting: Designed for pipe mounting, ensuring a secure and stable installation.
  • Dimensions: These strobe lights have a 7-inch diameter and stand at a height of 8.75 inches, offering a balance between size and performance.
  • Bulb Part #: The bulb part number is L7-77, ensuring compatibility.
  • Series: Belonging to the 2000 series, known for its top-tier performance and durability.

The DFS-2000 and Q-2500 strobe lights are the ultimate choice when seeking powerful and high-visibility lighting solutions. To select the appropriate lights for your needs, consider factors such as lens color, operating voltage, and mounting options to meet your specific requirements.