Solar Power Barricade Light

Solar Power Barricade Light

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Help eliminate the cost of replacement and disposal costs with this solar powered light

  • Solar capabilities allow this light to run off solar power once the battery is used up
  • Cost effective and end up saving money in the long run because of its solar technology

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<br><i>Power up Barricade Lights with the sun.</i>

Solar Barricade Lights activate nightly from a few hours of indirect sunlight - even on a cloudy day - to recharge the batteries.  Eliminate the maintenance, replacement and disposal costs in batteries and bulbs in standard barricade lights.

The solar photovoltaic cells are on top of the 7" dia x 3 3/4" dp high-impact polycarbonate lens.  The durable polypropylene case has universal mount bracket and 360° swivel.  The on/off and steady-on/flash switches are secured inside small holes.  The high-intensity light - emitting-diode (LED)has brightness of 2000 mcd for steady-on and 4000 mcd with flash rate of 60 times per minute.  The batteries operate up to 3 nights on a single charge, and photocell activates the light when ambient light falls below 215 lux.  Available each.

<i>Meets MUTCD and the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Purchase Specifications.

Note: Do not use under cover or bridges and trees, indoors, or any locations where the unit will not receive at least 4 hours of direct sunlight per day.</i>


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