Code 3 Introduces C3VUE--Visual User Environment

Code 3 Introduces C3VUE--Visual User Environment

Press Release Dec 21, 2011

C3VUE is Code 3’s next generation, visual web-based product configurator. C3VUE allows you to create, visualize and specify your own lightbar (presently the Defender®, RX 2700CC, RX 2700™, 21TR™, and 21TR Plus). This includes among many things, specifying placement of modules within the lightbar, color combinations, additional upgrades and features, estimating cost and ordering.

C3VUE employs an intuitive step-by-step approach to help you create the perfect lightbar specification and the visualization to accompany it. With this tool, you can create a customized ready-to-build lightbar! This also provides you with the ability print, save, or email a color copy for your records. It also allows you to view a detailed list of options selected and an estimated price.  A unique configuration ordering number is generated with each configuration, for ease of ordering your bar.

C3VUE offers you a whole new experience in building a lightbar. You can even save your lightbar designs for future use. Try it out online at www.code3pse.com or contact Code 3 at 314/426-2700.

Code 3’s new lightbar configurator is designed to build lightbars for vehicles in the police, fire and warning industries. All configured lightbars meet applicable SAE, NFPA and California Title 13 specifications when properly configured.

About Code 3 Inc.

Established in 1974, Code 3 Inc. designs and manufactures, in St. Louis, Missouri, a complete line of emergency lighting and warning products for police, fire, emergency response, utility and industrial applications. Code 3 Inc. is a Public Safety Equipment Company.

 

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