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Solar Green LED Marker Centerline Taxiway Marker

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Part# 11-09394
MFR Model# BSL-05DCL

Overview

  • Emits green LED light from both sides.
  • Poly Carbonate, Poly Crystalline Silicon
  • Maintenance Free
  • LED visibility over 1/2 mile
  • Nickel Metal Hydride Batteries
  • Secured to asphalt or concrete w/epoxy
  • Approximately: 4 x 4 x
   
California Prop 65 Warning Symbol

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Features

  • Designed to withstand 20 tons PSI
  • Built for extreme weather conditions
  • Three (3) to five (5) year life span
  • Maintenance FREE
  • Batteries charge in approximately four (4) hours using the suns energy
  • Markers operate all night (8 or more hours on a full charge). Once cycled, units operate for several days without additional charging
  • LED lights are super bright: LED brightness equates to 35 lumens, Visible over mile, Visible from 2000 at 3 miles out
  • Application Areas: Airport Runways (Asphalt, Concrete, Turf, Dirt), Airport Taxiways, Airport Fueling Stations, Airport Hangers, Fire Hydrants Indicators, Airport Roadways (Bypasses / Bridges, Traffic cluster sites), Dock markers
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Reviews

I purchase d 7 of these light 4 of that took six month to get and the some of the leds on most of these are all ready extinguished, waste of money. The $15 ones from Amazon will last longer

Max B
December 16, 2023

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