The Tomar 804 is about the most common strobe light used today, starting in the 1980’s. It is a very compact light, with a basic lens. An entire slew of mounting options exists, from directly to the roof, on top of older beacon mounts, on top of switcher headlights, etc. Amber, clear and red were the common railroad colors used by railroads, but also available in blue, green and purple for industrial and automotive. This strobe light is mounted on a basic 2.4mm square base.
4 unpainted clear parts per sprue with 1.3mm mounting pins.
*Part #1008 is this same strobe light with no base.
Instructions for lighting are provided on the packaging. We will have a blog post on how to use our strobes and beacons in the near future.