Solar Powered Signs combine flashing LEDs and 3M DG³ reflective sheeting, resulting in the most visible signage available. Powered by an eco-friendly solar panel, BlinkerSign LED signs deliver the message day and night alike. Ideal for high-incident areas or where new traffic conditions exist. The patented AutoBright circuitry measures the available light and adjusts the LED flash brightness accordingly. Every BlinkerSign is backed by a one year warranty (extended warranty available). We can make any MUTCD (or non-MUTCD) sign into a Solar Sign: please call a Perma-Line today to discuss your project needs. Installs easily onto any new or existing sign post.
- Can be integrated into an ITS (Intelligent Transportation System)
- Optional programming available: around-the-clock operation, off time clocks, push buttons and/or vehicle motion detectors
- Multiple signs can be synchronized
- Heightens driver awareness
- Anti-graffiti film overlay
- Easy installation
- Proprietary AutoBright circuitry
- Fully encapsulated wiring protects against inclement weather, tampering and vandalism
- Day-Viz daylight visible high intensity LEDs are visible in bright daylight, fog, rain and snow
- No AC is required. The low power allows for a smaller panel and a cleaner look
Pedestrian Crosswalk Systems
Pedestrian-activated rectangular rapid flash beacon (RRFB) systems produce 80-90 percent driver compliance in yielding to pedestrians at high-risk uncontrolled crossings. When activated by push button or motion detection, LED arrays flash a Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) specified alternating wig-wag pattern.
LED Flashing Signs
BlinkerStop® yielded 52.9% reduction in blow throughs, by increasing visibility at high-incident locations that are able to be noticed day and night. The lighting is visible up to 2 miles away, and features a 30 day autonomy (flashing 24/7)
Radar Feedback Signs
Radar Driver Feedback Signs offer solutions that alert drivers of their speed to promote road safety via reduced speeds. A range of character display height models and other options provide for temporary and permanent traffic scenarios, including residential, city, rural streets and highways, school and pedestrian zones, construction sites and speed enforcement zones.