TrafiLite™ Incandescent Barricade Traffic Light

SKU CCW-20-021-00122
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  • Offered in 6 volt flashing type "A", steady burn type "C", or combination "A" & "C"
  • Available with amber or red lens
  • Easy to remove circuits
  • Lightweight
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$19.00

Product Overview

Check out the Dicke TrafiLite Incandescent Barricade Traffic Light! Powered by a six volt battery! It is offered in a flashing type “A” model, steady burn type “C”, or in a combination of both. Together with the finger loop on the circuit, which makes removing the circuit case easy, this traffic light will meet all your requirements!

Includes:
TrafiLite Incandescent Barricade Traffic Light

Features:

  • Incandescent bulb powered by a six volt battery (not included)
  • Offered in a flashing type "A" model, steady burn type "C", or in a combination "A" and "C" version
  • Finger loop on the circuit makes removing circuits case easy
  • 10 - 3-3/4" bolts, 2 - on/off keys, and 1 wrench are included with each box of 10 lights
  • Meets the May 2001 ITE purchase specification

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Type: Flashing, Steady Burn or 3-Way (Flash-Steady-Off)
  • Lens Color: Amber or Red
  • Customizable? Choose among different models and lens colors

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