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Visionsafe sheds some light on safety

31-08-2010
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Visionsafe sheds some light on safety

Traffic cones are frequently used on roads or footpaths to temporarily redirect traffic in a safe manner.

Cones are often used to merge lanes during road construction projects, mark off hazardous areas and a variety of other useful tasks.

But what happens if it is wet and raining, or dark on a moonless night?

Products such as VISIONSafe’s Traffic Cone LED Light can be used in conjunction with the traffic cones to make them significantly more visible.

Operating on 3C batteries, this compact unit delivers its bright light from a 1W LED, which is amplified by a cone shaped reflector in the lens.

The Traffic Cone LED Light is available in a manual on/off version, or with a convenient day/night function, which allows the unit to automatically activate in low light situations.

They have a selection of flash patterns built in and are available in a variety of colours to suit your application.

With an operating temperature range from -20°C to 80C, the ability to be hung from a lanyard with a convenient hanging hole, and epoxy potting for excellent water resistance, this is a very versatile little light. T

The Traffic Cone LED Light is an excellent portable hazard warning light for all applications.

Visit the VISIONSafe website for more information or to obtain a full product catalogue.

VISIONSafe
Ph: 08 9295 0624

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