Scorpion 970 Series NFPA Modular LED Light Bars

Making NFPA vehicles safer and more reliable, for all those affected

With our standardized NFPA Light Bars, OEMs and Upfitters alike can enjoy plug-and-play solutions for apparatus builds.

When it comes to emergency vehicle safety, simply adding brighter lights is not synonymous with increased safety. Sometimes, more light output increases scene chaos and reduces visibility. TOMAR maintains that powerful solutions require responsible engineering, with all those affected in mind. That’s why TOMAR’s Clear Vision Optics in all of our lightbars ensure not only the light output meets or exceeds industry standard, but that the light is focused where it is needed: Down the road and away from the scene. This is one more way TOMAR is making NFPA warning solutions safer for first responders and motorists alike.


TOMAR is committed to Clearing the Way for safer environments, by bringing tested and well-engineered products designed with safety above all else to the Fire-Fighting Community. TOMAR NFPA bars should be optimized for the application and use of large apparatus.


First, TOMAR modified the programming to have two primary warning modes, instead of three: A mode for Calling for the Right of Way (“Calling” mode); and a mode for Blocking the Right of Way (“Blocking” mode). In 2024, dual-rate warning systems will be a requirement of the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) new vehicle standard – 1900.

Each of these modes is activated by a single trigger wire, which can also be progressive. This enables easy use of a park-kill (parking brake) feature to disable the Calling mode when the vehicle is on-scene, without the need for user-input. While the ability to have a third mode is present and can be programmed, out-of-the-box the third mode is set to “off”.

NFPA Modular LED Light Bars