Cone Light

SKU CCW-20-021-00151
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  • Three modes of operation: Flash (Type A), Steady-Burn (Type C), and Off
  • Has a light sensing photocell
  • Powered by a 6 volt lantern battery
  • Lightweight
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$33.00

Product Overview

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The Dicke Cone Light couples a mono-directional, computer designed, polycarbonate amber lens with an LED light source in a convenient cone-mount design! There are two different models, both of which feature a light sensing photocell. Designed to fit standard traffic cones, these Cone Lights are the perfect traffic lights solution.

Includes:
Cone Light

Features:

  • A mono-directional, computer designed polycarbonate amber lens with an LED light source
  • Two models: CCL6S/AA/P/N/LA - flashing, CCL2S/AA/P/N/LA - steady
  • Both models feature a light sensing photocell
  • Made of high impact polyethylene and designed to fit standard traffic cones
  • Powered by a 6 volt lantern battery (not included)

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Polyethylene
  • Lens Material: Polycarbonate
  • Lens Color: Amber
  • Battery Required: 6 volt lantern

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