Pedestrian warning light signal
The pedestrian warning light signal is a double flashing light system characterized by its thinness. In combination with signage it helps make dangerous spots safer. The pedestrian warning light signal is used above all at crossings over the aluminium sign 60x60 figure 303.
Pedestrian warning light signal: flashing lights for pedestrian crossings
The pedestrian warning light signal can be equipped with pairs of flashing lights with the following diameter: 100 mm and 200 mm, both in the single-sided and double-sided version. The structure is made in extruded and coated aluminium.
Pedestrian warning light signal UNI EN 12352 L8H
The UNI EN 12352 standard indicates the requirements of light devices – with fixed or flashing light – used to indicate or alert road users. As it has flashing optics, the pedestrian warning light signal is subject to UNI EN 12353 standard and more specifically it is included in class L8H.This class envisages an area of light emission per square centimetre that is higher or equal to 250 and a minimum diameter of light emission of 178.5 mm. Minimum daytime light intensity 1500 and maximum 5000.
Radio and Radar pedestrian warning light signal
The Radio pedestrian warning light signal is equipped with a sensor that can detect pedestrians near the pedestrian crossing. Once the user approaches the pole, the sensor is activated and detects the user, subsequently the flashing light system is activated on both sides of the road, so as to draw the attention of the vehicles on both travelling directions.
The Radar pedestrian warning light signal, on the other hand, detects the vehicles approaching pedestrian crossings. When vehicles exceed a given speed, the flashing lights are activated to signal to the driver that there is a pedestrian crossing ahead.