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Product Code: SORM20
Product Availability: In stock

20 ton rated solar road or lane markers


  • Trafficable, self-contained, rechargeable

  • Visible over 800 metres

  • Single or dual sided

  • Static or flashing modes

  • Embedded spigot installation method

  • 20 Ton load rating

  • > 5 year expected lifespan

  • Cast aluminium and polycarbonate construction

  • Zero maintenance or ongoing costs

  • Various colour options available

  • Automatic dusk to dawn lighting

  • 2 year warranty for faulty workmanship or component failure not influenced by external mean

Solar Road Markers or lane markers are a low-cost, self-contained, rechargeable, LED illuminated marker. Visible up to 800 metres they are used to reduce speed or signal driver attention to common features, hazards and dangerous bends on our roads. Commonly used on sharp corners, pedestrian refuges, traffic islands and dividing lines. The aluminium casings are rated to 20 tons, single or dual sided in static or flashing modes providing clear and visible traffic guidance in all weather conditions. Multiple colour options are available. The inground spigot ensures the road markers remain located under constant traffic movements. These units require no maintenance and generate no ongoing operational costs.

 

SKU

SORM20

Solar Panel Wattage

0.3W

LED Output

0.2W

Lumen Output

48 lm

Battery Type

Nickel–metal hydride

Battery Specifications

0.6AH 1.2V (0.72 Wh)

Autonomy

> 5 nights

Correlated Colour Temp (CCT)

6000K

Fixture Size

130mm x 118mm x 23mm

Light Source

Epistar F5 LED

Recharge

5 hours

Mounting Height

23mm

Mounting

Surface mount, spigotted

Finish

Aluminum/polycarbonate

Warranty Period

2 years

 

Additional Information
Operational Modes

Automatic dusk to dawn lighting. Flashing or static. multiple colours options available.

What is a Lumen?

In simple terms, Lumens are a measure of the total amount of visible light from a lamp or light source. The higher the lumen rating, the “brighter” the lamp will work.

How does this compare with other light sources?

Familiar examples
• A typical 4 x D cell battery maglite will emit approx. 70 lumens
• *The PIR (passive infrared) sensor is activated by movement and acts as a power saving feature. The light will operate at 30% output until the PIR is activated where it will operate at 100% until no movement is detected, returnign to 30% output

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