Strobes are warning lights which, in contrast to the rotating beacon, do not emit their light signal continuously but as a very short flash. There are both strobes with a classic light bonnet, which emit their warning signal in a 360-degree circle, and unidirectional strobes, which only flash in a narrow beam angle. Conventional xenon strobes usually flash in a uniform frequency, whereas modern LED strobes often provide several selectable strobe patterns. In addition, it is often possible to synchronise the flashing patterns of several individual strobes.

Strobes can be divided into three SAE classes according to the SAE standard.

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