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This popular version of our SL Series Light features a three part sequential directional arrow. Combined with the Safety Cone Bracket (SCB) the SL-193 is perfect for directing traffic at stadium events, for road construction sites or any application where traffic flow is an issue. Completely portable and simple to use, the SL-193 is an outstanding tool and inexpensive asset!

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  • Marpac Portable Signal Light - Flashing Arrow

    PT#: SL193

    Marpac Portable Signal Light - Flashing Arrow

    :: Specifications

    • Dimensions: 6 1/2 in. long, 4 in. high, 1 1/2 in. thick
    • Net Weight: .420 lbs (6.72 oz.) without batteries
    • Available Colors: Red, Amber, Hi-Intensity Green

    :: Features

    • Applications:
      • Roadside emergency signal - Direct traffic around stalled or disabled vehicles
      • Temporary barricade, Stadium events, Highway detour, Accident site, Crime scenes, Utility work, Traffic obstructions etc.
      • Marine use - Direction signal on buoys/floats
    • Super luminous LEDs (light emitting diodes)
    • LED's form a "flashing arrow" to direct traffic safely
    • High visibility - Up to 1.3 miles
    • Magnetic backing for attaching to vehicles or other metal surfaces
    • Slide out stanchion - Self supporting road stand
    • Weather resistant design
    • Compact size
    • Completely portable
    • Environmentally friendly alternative to safety flares
    • Non-Hazardous alternative to safety flares
    • Cost effective alternative to safety flares (24 hours on four "AA" batteries)
    • Batteries: requires four (1.5V) AA batteries (not included)

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