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About R820 Solar Pedestrian Crosswalk Flashing Beacon

3-Part CSI specifications  

R820 Solar Pedestrian Crosswalk Flashing Beacon

The Carmanah R820 can be installed at marked, uncontrolled crosswalk locations as a pedestrian-activated signaling device.

If you're interested in the R820 we recommend you also consider the Carmanah R920 Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon. Also designed for marked, uncontrolled crosswalk locations, Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon technology is supported by extensive federal and state research on its effectiveness at increasing driver yield rates and is a recommended crosswalk solution in many complete street and urban design guidelines.

Benefits

  • Allows pedestrians to alert traffic to their presence at a crosswalk
  • Reduce install costs through simple installation
  • Easy retrofit onto existing poles and to relocate
  • Installation can be done by city crews with minimal traffic disruptions
  • No trenching, cabling, or in-ground wiring
  • No metering or electrical bills
  • No scheduled maintenance for up to five years

Features

  • Compact, self-contained solar engine
  • Top of pole mounting onto new or existing 2" inch sign posts and 4" poles
  • Push-button activated flashing beacon
  • Wireless link between beacons in a system

3-Part CSI specifications for R820 Solar Pedestrian Crosswalk Flashing Beacon

3-Part CSI specifications for R820 Solar Pedestrian Crosswalk Flashing Beacon
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R820 Solar Pedestrian Crosswalk Flashing Beacon
R820 Specification Sheet, User Guide, Crosswalk Brochure, Warranty
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