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Light Arrows

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Highway Care offer a full range of Light Arrow systems from those used with lorry mounted crash cushions and traffic management lorries to versions for use on smaller vehicles. Large Light Arrows can be ‘folding’ or ‘vertical lift’ in operation and can be permanently installed or demountable. Small Light Arrows are available in motorised or manual versions and are used by many traffic management and road maintenance contractors to ‘highlight’ the presence of their smaller vehicles. Supplied with cab control boxes and battery leads. All Light Arrows can be installed by the customer or by Highway Care Ltd.

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ConiLamp

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Ref. No. 130331-1 * Single 6V battery LED Lamp with automatic switch ON when cone mounted * Built-in solar switch for daytime energy saving * Quick and easy deploy; no keys or tools required * Integrated cone bracket for firm cone grip * Robust design to meet harsh operational requirements * Superior light output with special polycarbonate lens * Long operating times with min. power consumption (up to 400 hrs) * BS EN 12352:2000 & Chapter 8 Compliant

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TaperLamp

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Ref. No. 129083-1 * Innovative and robust LED sequential lamp with automatic switch on when cone mounted * Self-synchronising lamp is designed for taper applications and incident management * Each single battery lamp is fitted with a Super LED and an integrated state-of-the art infra-red transmission * All lamps are identical; any lamp can be placed in any position * A static amber backup light stays on during the sequential flash to provide continuous guidance to motorists at night * A red LED at the rear of each lamp provides clear indication when the lamp is synchronised * Quick and easy to deploy lamp with low power consumption * Long operating times (up to 300 hours on a standard 6v battery) * No keys or tools required to activate the lamp or to replace a battery * Integrated cone bracket ensures a firm and stable cone grip * Designed with special “parking” position to place the lamp over a cone when not in use * Robust lamp with polycarbonate lens to withstand harsh working environment and weather conditions * BS 3143 and EN 12352 compliant and meets chapter 8 requirements

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Mini-light Arrow

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Ref. No. 129478-33 * Amber LED lamps (13) forming a mini light arrow (left or right) and 4-fold hazard warning * Lamps are fitted on a grey backing board * Visible over a long distance * Ideal for use on routine maintenance and ISU vehicles * Automatic day and night adaptation of light intensity * 12 V or 24 V system with easy to use cab-fitted remote control * BS and EN compliant; authorised by HA and DfT * Available in halogen and LED versions either as “Fixed” or as “articulated” versions

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LED Lamps

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Ref. No. 122314-101 * Designed for mounting on works vehicles and works appliances, for securing works under live traffic conditions and especially for hazard warning sign boards (e.g. mobile warning boards and crash cushions) * Excellent hazard warning with minimal power consumption * Low maintenance cost due to LED technology * Automatic day/night adaptation with manual override facility * Large light emitting surface makes these lamps ideal for use on motorways and other fast speed roads – particularly in dangerous spots * Robust lamp construction which withstands any level of vibration * Synchronized operation as a standard with an internal switch for non-synchronized operation * Supplied as 2-fold or 4-fold system * Each set comprises of main (master) lamp and secondary (slave) lamp(s) * Main lamp fitted with 5 m cable; cable length between lamps approx. 6m * Available for dual 12/24 V rechargeable battery or 230 V mains operation * BS & European Norm EN 12352 compliant, incl. Chapter 8 and Lantra specifications

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WeNiPol - Roof Mount

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Ref. No. 129502 * WeNiPol is specially designed for emergency services and road services * It displays any static and or dynamic signs, symbols or texts in any language to suit all requirements by using Nissen remote control with LCD display for cable/radio operation * The remote control could be permanently mounted inside the driver’s cabin * Highly legible signs, texts or symbols even during bright daylight conditions with patented technology (no phantom light) * Automatic brightness adjustment for day and night time conditions * The remote control always indicates the sign which is displayed on the VMS matrix * High quality steel frame with lifting and lowering motor * On exceeding pre-set speed limits, WeNiPol folds down to closing position preventing any damage to the system (GPS system – optional) * All photometric values are BS & European Norm EN 12966 compliant

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Solar Powered VMS Trailer

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Ref. No. 229237-11 * Designed for public event, incident & traffic management * Using the latest LED technology, VMS 35k board displays clear and concise information * Suitable for all purpose roads * Highly legible even during bright day light with patented technology * System consumes minimal power and offers long operating times * Trailer mount system can be powered by solar panels, 230 V mains or Fuel cell * Messages can be displayed locally using Nissen remote control or via NiNa- Nissen Navigation system * Signs and messages are stored on a memory stick placed in the battery compartment which can easily updated. Alternatively, signs or messages can be sent via NiNa * Photometric values in accordance with BS EN 12966 * Available in Amber, Red and White LEDs

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LZA 500

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Ref. No. 145562 * Equipped for quartz and cable operation as standard * Available for radio operation and with radar sensors for traffic density response or for maximum "green“ time * Available for crossings or T- Junctions * 12 V battery operation or 230 V mains operation * Easy to operate * Program selection by table or alternatively by inserting length of building site, speed and traffi c volume (low, medium, high) with automatic calculation * New small pilot without battery for data transfer * Multilingual display and country-specific programs and languages available * Lighted display * Available in Halogen and LED versions Options * Multi-frequency-technique for radio operation * Equipped with radar sensors for traffic density response (KVA/FVA) or for maximum "Green" time (KVG/FVG) * "Imitator“ operation by bluetooth * Remote operation by bluetooth * GSM-SMS capability * NiNa capability * Weekly timer for different sequences * GPS mouse for real time operation (necessary for weekly timer) * Pastic battery box * Contrast shield Operating Times LZA 500: Rechargeable battery 12 V, 180 Ah 288 hrs LZA 500: Rechargeable battery 12 V, 230 Ah 360 hrs LZA 500 LED: Rechargeable battery 12V, 180 Ah 550 hrs LZA 500 LED: Rechargeable battery 12V, 230 Ah 700 hrs

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Advanced Motorway Indicator

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Advanced Motorway Indicators (AMIs) are primarily designed for installations crossing motorway gantries and slip road entry sites, for the display of variable speed restriction and lane control aspects. The display comprises a central dual colour LED matrix and surrounding red ring, both of which may be equipped with full optical and electrical monitoring for use with associated speed enforcement equipment. Four dual colour LED lanterns are fitted as standard to all AMI. The sign has a status indicator window at the side giving a quick glance view of power, data (send and receive) and fault indication enabling maintainers basic fault diagnosis from the ground. The slim and light-weight design of the enclosure, coupled with a quick release mounting bracket design, ensures that the time required for installation and removal of an AMI is kept to the absolute minimum. Communication and control electronics for up to 16 AMIs are housed within a 19” rackmount roadside controller fitted with integral display. This is known as an RCV2 (Roadside Controller version 2). By keeping all of the 'intelligence' within the RCV2, installation and maintenance engineers may carry out the majority of system commissioning, upgrades and fault finding processes without the need for high level access. Additionally the RCV2 allows the sign to be interrogated over IP. Further information on the RCV2 is available.

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Intelligent Display Systems

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Colas IDS are market leaders in the manufacture, supply, installation and maintenance support of Variable Message Signs. With over 20 years experience Colas can provide bespoke solutions to meet industry requirements as well as being able to offer solutions from our tried and tested product range. Currently a supplier to the UK Highways Agency under their framework 1/179 contract, Colas products are rigorously tested to ensure compliance with the latest standards. All of our HA products are “type approved” for use on the motorway network and have proven to be best in class for reliability in the field. As well as the manufacture of signalling equipment, Colas are able to offer a first class, fully flexible installation and commissioning service to suit our clients’ works programme. All of our products come with a 12 month warranty from the date of installation, and full product maintenance support and training is offered for end users / maintainers.

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