Sequential Barricade Warning Lamp
Pi-Lit® Sequential Barricade Warning Lamps enhance safety for work-zone personnel as well as motorists entering the work zone. Much as a pilot is guided to the runway by the sequential flashing strobes (“rabbit”), sequential warning lamps aid the driver by guiding them safely through the work zone.
Drivers approaching the work zone are often confused by the number of flashing lights, vehicle light bars, and “flood lamps” located in the work area. The Pi-Lit® Sequential Warning Lamp is designed to help prevent work zone accidents due to driver confusion. These lamps mounts on any drum, vertical panel, or barricade, and communicate with one another to form a smooth and calming pattern that guides motorists safely through the work zone.
A number of studies have shown that the use of sequential warning lamps at the entrance of a work zone reduces vehicle speed and enhances driver compliance. Drivers approaching the work zone see the visual warning and guidance which results in earlier merging and slowing, thereby reducing the chance of incident.
BARRICADE AND BARRICADE S
5 button version with all features programmable by buttons on the lamp and by remote control
3 Button version with simplified membrane-switch for ease of use on the roadway. all features are still active and controlled via remote.
BARRICADE MESH NETWORK
SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES LIST
Using Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) we can offer a “tail-off” that provides a more calming effect. Looks smooth and greatly enhances guidance. Uses a bit more energy; ~3 months (or more) of continuous flash time.
Want to get the drivers attention? The Pi-Lit “Fast” pattern emulates the airport runway “rabbit” demanding the drivers eye. They can’t miss it, and this pattern quite effectively slows traffic. You will hear drivers exclaim, “What is that?” as they slow down. Uses the least energy; ~5-6 months continuous flashing.
More of a tool to designate a barrier or delineator marking the edge of a road way, the simultaneous flash mode can be seen from great distances and paints an edge to the intended path. Battery consumption similar to pattern 3, the “Wave.” Expect ~3 month of continuous flash.