Flashing board with twin LED lamp

Twin LED lamp guarantees a 24-hour operation with any kind of power supply

Flashing board is a traffic sign with a signalling twin lamp to be placed primarily inside towns to highlight critical places (e.g. pedestrian crossing, dangerous road curve).

  • twin LED lamp ø200mm EN 12352 L8H
  • lamps flashing in an asynchronous mode
  • electronics automatically reduce lamp luminous intensity at night
  • moreover, the electronics include reverse polarity protection and protect the battery from deep discharge
  • 2m power supply cable
  • traffic sign with the dimensions (WxH) 1000x1000mm
  • the flashing board can be attached by standards brackets for traffic signs on a pole of at least ø60mm or via a "street light bracket" on the poles of public lighting by a steel band (not part of the delivery)
  • examples of traffic signs on the flashing board of retroreflective sheeting (class RA1): Slippery road, Watch out for children, Tram, Pedestrian crossing (to be specified in the order)
  • other dimensions (WxH) of the traffic sign are 1000x1500mm, which enables to place additional boards with text (e.g. SCHOOL, WATCH OUT FOR CHILDREN)
  • standard colour of the background of the board with the traffic sign is white, but can also be supplied with a fluorescent retroreflective sheeting
  • power supply options are listed under Accessories: by a rectifier transformer, from street lighting or solar cells

Technical data

Power supply 12/24V=
Current consumption 12V= day 0,22A     night 0,05A
Average consumption 12V= 3,1Ah / 24 hours
Flashing frequency 60/min.

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