Traffic Light

Estimated processing time of ~5 days (higher quantities may increase lead time) prior to shipping

SKU CCW-12-021-00078
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  • Traffic Light
  • Ideal for low lighting or nighttime scenario
  • Three modes: flashing, steady burn, and off
  • Uses two or four "D" cell batteries
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Product Overview

The barricade light is designed to increase worksite or construction visibility to drivers in a low lighting or nighttime scenario. It easily attaches to many of our traffic control products and will last up to 8 months with 4 batteries. It offers an impact absorbing break away candle and will work under any weather conditions.

PLEASE NOTE: There is a 5 pc. minimum order for Barricade Lights.


  • (1) Traffic Light


  • NCHRP-350 Accepted, Meets MUTCD Standards
  • Made in the U.S.A

Type A, C, and 3-way light for nighttime use. (steady burn, flashing, or off)
3 Volt high efficiency LED light. Uses two or four "D" cell batteries (two "D" cell batteries will last approximately 4 months flashing, four "D" cell batteries will last approximately 8 months flashing) Change batteries with ease (Batteries drop into light base, then snap into case)


Buying in large quantities? Contact us for a volume discount! or (847)-991-9900



  • Batteries: D Cell
  • Weight: 2 lbs 


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