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Larson LED forklift traffic sign boosts safety of busy warehouse ops

Oct. 16, 2017
Larson Electronics LLC has released a new LED traffic sign with a Class I LED strobing beacon and motion detector that produces illuminative notifications when movement is detected.

Larson Electronics LLC has released a new LED traffic sign with a Class I LED strobing beacon and motion detector that produces illuminative notifications when movement is detected. This traffic sign is ideal for busy warehouses and industrial facilities where forklift safety needs enhancement.

The IND-FKLT-WS-24.24-MS is an LED traffic sign for forklift operations in industrial facilities, delivery bays and other high-activity locations where forklifts must move around safely. The Class I rated LED beacon located above the sign produces 1,440 lumens at just 14.4 watts of draw. The LED strobe light is activated when movement is detected by the motion sensor, which supports a minimum sensing range of 25 feet. Sensitivity of the sensor can be adjusted to meet each work area’s specific notification requirements. The powerful LED beacon is equipped with 30 flash patterns, including four simulated rotating patterns, so operators have a variety of options to create a system tailored to their worksite.

Measuring 2 feet by 2 feet, the sign is coated with a reflective material to ensure visibility when viewed from all angles. The die-cast LED beacon is coated in black powder and contains a fully potted circuit board. Protecting the LED beacon is a clear polycarbonate lens and a waterproof, shock-resistant housing that ensures durable, reliable operations. The strobe light is also equipped with auxiliary LEDs on top, helping to make this a Class I rated beacon. This forklift traffic light is offered in 120-, 220- or 240-volt AC versions. The LED beacon provides more than 50,000 hours of lamp life, and lights come in green, amber, red, white or blue.

“This forklift traffic sign has a two-in-one notification feature,” said Rob Bresnahan, chief executive officer of Larson Electronics. “A reflective sign and a motion-sensor LED beacon makes this unit a versatile and dependable solution for safety in heavy-traffic locations.”

See www.larsonelectronics.com for more details.

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