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Solar Flasher Projects

Power for Traffic, School and Warning Flasher Projects Completed Using Sustainable Solar Power

Below are some of our solar flasher projects. These projects feature different configurations of traffic flasher fixtures for school zones, warning zones, crossings, and other hazard lighting projects. The fixtures can be configured in red or amber, single flash or wig wag flashing. Our systems are sized for a minimum of five days autonomy and require no connection to the electric grid; however, grid backup systems are also available. As demonstrated in thousands of existing projects around the world, our proven solar flasher systems feature rugged commercial-grade construction combined with unsurpassed quality, performance, reliability and the value of 25+ year system life expectancy - all backed by the best warranty in the business. Click on any image to learn more about the project.

 

Solar Traffic Flasher Palm Beach International Airport

Palm Beach International

Solar Traffic Flasher

PBI uses our solar powered traffic flashers around the airport's roadways. The primary benefit of the system was the elimination of the need to run AC power to the remote locations where the flashers are located. 

 

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29 Palms

Solar Crosswalk Flasher

29 Palms uses our solar warning flasher systems for cross walks and tank crossings around the facility.

Solar Warning Flasher Madison County LandfillMadison County Landfill

Solar Warning Flasher

Madison County installed two solar powered traffic flasher light systems to save the city money on power bills every month.

 

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Port St. Lucie, FL

Solar School Zone Flasher

Port St. Lucie uses our solar school zone flasher systems for school zones around the county.

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