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SLOW DOWN! Keep operators safer with leading alert radar system

Thursday, 7 May 2015 ( #717 )
Safe-Speed System Close Up
When forklift operators travel too fast in a high pedestrian traffic area, safety is in jeopardy.

Safe-Speed is a radar detection system that alerts the operator to "SLOW DOWN" when they have exceeded the safe speed limit of a particular area. The Safe-Speed has been specifically designed for industrial equipment; it can detect traffic movement as low as 3 mph. A warning buzzer can also be installed (buzzer included).

See the Safe-Speed is a radar detection system in action!

The system can also be used in your outside areas to control semi truck speed, warn speeders in your parking lot, etc.  It is weatherproof and can be used inside or outside.
  • Speed Range: 3 mph (4 kph) to 120 mph (199 kph). Set by dip settings up to 30 mph or 50 kph
  • Accuracy: +/- 1.5 kph
  • Driver Feed Back Sign Housing: Weatherproof 370 x 420 x 90 mm 14.5" x 16.5" x 3.5"
  • LED Display Characters: SLOW DOWN, 4" (100 mm) high Super Bright white LEDs
  • Weight: 3 kg or 6.6 lbs
  • Power: 110 volts
  • Display Brightness: Auto adjusts to light conditions
  • Sensor Range: 160 feet (50 m)
  • Beam Width: 30/40 degrees
Please visit our website to view a brief video on the Safe-Speed System or to purchase on line.  It is only available for sale in the US and Canada at this time.

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