AC4D D-Cell LED Barricade Traffic Light (10 Pack)

SKU CCW-20-021-00117
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  • Available in Yellow, Black, Green, Blue, Orange body color
  • Amber and red lenses models available
  • Has a a light sensing photo cell
  • Lightweight
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Product Overview

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The Dicke AC4D D-Cell LED Barricade Traffic Light, powered on D-cell batteries and with a computer designed high-clarity lens, is aimed at achieving extra light intensity in three modes - flash, steady or off. With two lens colors and multiple body colors, you are able to get the perfect combination you require. Lightweight and practical, this Barricade Traffic Light is more than you could ask for!

AC4D D-Cell LED Barricade Traffic Light


  • Combines an LED light source and 3-volt photocell technology with the popular "D" cell battery (not included)
  • Extra light intensity is achieved via a computer designed, high clarity, polycarbonate lens
  • Features a light sensing photo cell to turn light on and off
  • Three modes are available - flash, steady, and off
  • Changing from a flashing type "A" to a steady burn type "C" and back is simple, with a push on the mode switch
  • Hardware included in each box of 10 lights:10 - 3-1/2" bolts, 2 - on/off keys, and 1 wrench; Cup washers available at extra costs
  • Optically correct polycarbonate lens and high impact case
  • Lightweight, may be self-certified for compliance with NCHRP-350 crash test standards
  • Will operate on 2 or 4 D-cell batteries
  • Meets the May 2001 ITE purchase specification



  • Lens: Polycarbonate
  • Lens Color: Amber or Red
  • Body Color: Yellow, Black, Green, Blue or Orange
  • Battery (not included): 2 or 4 D-cell
  • Battery Contacts: Corrosion Resistant Stainless Steel
  • Weight per Carton: 17 lbs.
  • Customizable? Choose among different models, body and lens colors


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