SynchroGUIDE™ 6 Volt Sequential Barricade Light

SKU CCW-20-021-00136
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  • Available in Amber, Blue and Red Cone Case Color
  • For smooth and gradual traffic movement on lanes
  • Wireless signal transmission
  • Durable
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Product Overview

The Dicke WSCD SynchroGUIDE 6 Volt Sequential Barricade Light is the product you need for separating motorist from work areas and drop-offs. The light system with a wireless signal transmission keeps motorist in their proper path, which increases their safety, as well as the safety of workers! Easy to use and transport, with a carrying handle on each light, these lights will provide for smooth and gradual traffic movement from one lane to another. Check it out!

WSCD - SynchroGUIDE 6 Volt Sequential Barricade Light


  • Separates motorists from work areas and drop-offs
  • Sequential channelizing devices provide for smooth and gradual traffic movement from one lane to another
  • Steady-burns in low intensity mode and pulses momentarily to higher intensity, keeping motorists in their proper path and protecting workers
  • Wireless signal transmission
  • Carrying handle on each light
  • Standard package: 10 devices per carton
  • Operates on one or two 6 volt batteries (not included)
  • Sequential devices now referenced in the new 2009 MUTCD


Information Sheet



  • Type: Steady burns and pulses
  • Package: 10 per carton
  • Battery required: 2 or 4 6 volt batteries


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