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Solar Flasher Systems

Solar flashers are an efficient means to provide a traffic flasher with no utility lines. They provide cost savings by eliminating the need to trench wires and the recurring cost of power bills after installation. Solar flashers have been installed for many school zones, pedestrian crossings, vehicle over-height detection systems, and traffic hazard areas. The Solar Flasher systems provide security, sustainability, and an overall green image while also increasing the safety of drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists.

Solar Flasher Systems

Features & Benefits

  • Grid-free solar lighting for warning flashers for traffic areas, school zones, pedestrian crossings, etc.
  • Lower costs for installation and zero electricity bills
  • Multiple control options for various needs
  • 5 years maintenance-free and warranty up to 25 years
  • Rated to meet local AASHTO ratings
  • Made in the USA in Stuart, FL

 

Every SEPCO solar flasher system comes complete with a self-contained solar power assembly sized to run the specified flasher(s) as per the requirements set by the customer. Our team designs each system by the power consumed by the flasher and available sun provided by the geographical location of installation. The battery backup provides a minimum of five days of autonomy for extended battery life and considers local weather conditions.

 

Solar power assemblies range from 30 Watts to 550 Watts, and battery assemblies are available from 36 Amp-hours to 672-Amp hours. The complete system comes with the controller to operate the flashers per the specified operation profile set up with the solar specialist during project analysis. The solar and battery are selected to operate the load for the set period of time with plenty of backup power for times of inclement weather.

 

The flasher ball is a LED matrix sealed ball 12" round DOT style LED ball that comes in standard colors such as amber, red or green. The ball is either on or off and flashes at a rate of half a second on and half a second off. Wig-wag is available when using two flasher balls on a single pole.

Solar Flasher Projects

29 Palms Tank Crossing Solar Flasher Light

29 Palms

Tank Crossing Solar Flasher Light

Madison County Caution Solar Flasher Light

Madison County

Caution Solar Flasher Light

Palm Beach International Solar Traffic Flasher

Palm Beach International

Solar Traffic Flasher

Port St Lucie FL Solar School Zone Flasher

Port St Lucie FL

Solar School Zone Flasher

Vehicle Overheight Detection Solar Warning Flasher Light

Vehicle Overheight Detection

Solar Warning Flasher Light

Vehicle Overheight Detection Solar Warning Flasher Lights

Vehicle Overheight Detection

Solar Warning Flasher Lights

Solar Flasher Systems

Solar Flasher Quote

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