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SolarFlasher System

Solar
LED Lighting System
The SolarFlasher system is a complete system used for school zones, traffic areas, and warning lighting projects. The flasher fixture is a standard DOT style fixture available in red or amber. Single and double system setups are available for single flash or wig-wag configurations.

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Years Maintenance Free

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Features

  • Grid Free Lighting Systems
  • High-Powered LED Light Fixtures
  • Easy Installation
  • Environmentally-Friendly Lighting Solution
  • Zero Electric Bills
  • No Trenching or Disturbing Surrounding Areas
  • Minimum 5 Night Backup
  • Sized According To Installation Location and Project Specifications
  • Light Where and When You Need It
  • Poles To Meet AASHTO Wind Load Requirements
  • Marine Grade Aluminum & Stainless Steel Fasteners For Harsh Environments
  • Manufactured in Stuart, FL Since 1994

About SolarFlasher

  • The SolarFlasher high-powered LED solar lighting system comes complete with solar power assembly, fixture, bracket, and all mounting hardware. SEPCO can also provide a pole to meet wind load specifications.
  • The SolarFlasher solar power assembly ranges from 30 Watts to 150 Watts, with the size of the battery assembly allowing for a minimum of five days autonomy. The solar power assembly is sized according to installation location and takes into consideration local weather conditions.
  • The flasher fixture is a standard warning flasher fixture and comes complete with LEDs and drivers used to operate the fixture from the solar-charged batteries. The SolarFlasher comes in red or amber with a standard yellow housing finish.
  • Signs are often needed with flasher systems; therefore, we can offer signs for any of our flashers.
  • The SolarFlasher system mounts to any round pole with a minimum diameter of 4", allowing the solar to face south while not restricting the direction of fixture installation. The SolarFlasher can be purchased complete with a pole for mounting the solar lighting system. Poles are available in aluminum, steel, fiberglass composite, or concrete and are anchor base or direct burial. All poles provided by SEPCO meet local AASHTO wind load requirements.

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