B4DH High Intensity D-Cell

SKU CCW-20-021-00131
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  • With Detachable Base
  • Dim mode dims light to 50% at night to extend battery life
  • Operates on two or four alkaline "D" cell batteries
  • Lightweight
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Product Overview

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Have a look at the Dicke B4DH High Intensity D-Cell Traffic Light, which exceeds I.T.E. and MUTCD standards! It comes in three modes (flashing/dim, flashing/no dim, or off), while the light dims 50% at night, extending battery life! Check out its other features and get your light today!

B4DH High Intensity D-Cell


  • Visor eliminates sun glare
  • Three modes: Flashing/Dim, Flashing/No Dim, or Off
  • Light dims 50% at night which extends battery life
  • Operates on two or four alkaline "D" cell batteries (not included)
  • Lenses molded from UV stabilized polycarbonate
  • Case is high impact polypropylene
  • Exceeds I.T.E. and MUTCD standards



  • Type: 3 modes: Flashing/Dim, Flashing/No Dim, or Off
  • Lens: UV stabilized polycarbonate
  • Lens Color: Amber
  • Case: High impact polypropylene
  • Battery required: 2 or 4 alkaline "D" cell batteries


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