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If you thought that traffic light could not get any better, you were wrong! The new Dicke AC4DSL-NL is a dual Solar/D-Cell barricade light powered by an extremely efficient solar panel, D-Cell batteries, or a combination of both. The option to combine power supplies ensures longer operational life, reduces the frequency of battery charge and, as a consequence, increases worker safety while reducing battery disposal. Furthermore, the solar panel will charge the batteries during daylight, even in overcast conditions. The perfect solution is with Dicke!
AC4DSL-NL Solar D-Cell LED Barricade Traffic Light
- Equipped with a photocell which turns light on and off at dawn and dusk
- Three modes of operation, Flash (Type A), Steady-Burn (Type C), and Off
- Each light supplied with mounting hardware: bolts, switch pins, and wrench. Bolt protectors available at extra cost
- Standard package: 10 lights per carton
- Optically correct polycarbonate lens, high impact case, and stainless steel contacts
- Lightweight, may be self-certified for compliance with NCHRP-350 crash test standards
- Will operate on 2 or 4 D-cell batteries, solar charging cells, or a combination of both
- Operational life is about 5 years in optimal conditions with the combination of quality D-Cell batteries, solar cells, and our "Smart Circuit" technology
- Time required to fully charge solar cells: 23 hours in optimal sunlight
- Exceeds ITE standards and MUTCD visibility specifications
- Lens: Polycarbonate
- Battery (not included): 2 or 4 D-cell
- Solar Cells Full Charge Time: 23 hours in optimal sunlight
- Solar Cell Battery Life (from full charge): Flashing mode - 9 days; Steady-Burn mode - 7 days
- Weight per Carton: 19 lbs.
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