Tag: xenon

What Vehicle Beacons are Available?

Beacons are commonly used for industrial purposes. In fact, there are ranges of devices designed with vehicles in mind – they serve as a signalling device to easily identify moving equipment in the workplace. Vehicle Beacons Explained High-quality beacons must ensure safety and are an essential on moving vehicles for this reason. Vehicle beacons are often set up on forklifts, […]

What Are Stacking Beacons?

Up until now, beacon technology has not failed us, and continues to innovate products in promoting better business operations. The Stacking Beacon Light is no exception. What is a Stack Light? Stack lights feature illumination with an optional audible status signalling device. They are available in different colours and lighting systems, such as LED, and Xenon lighting. This device is […]

Warning Beacons in the Rail Industry

Beacons have played an important role in safety for so many years. These safety devices are also used as a signalling tool, which are used in a number of conditions, such as guiding vehicles, marine, defensive communication, aerial navigation, rail industry, and many more. What is The Rail Industry? The rail industry is all about moving products and people. For […]

Xenon Strobe Warning Lights

As time goes on, technology continues to improve and upgrade. Lighting technology is a perfect example of this. The xenon strobe is a device that produces light just like the LED (Light Emitting Diode), but the light is produced by a xenon flash tube. This lamps complex spectrum and colour temperature, combined with coloured lenses, are used to produce coloured […]

Warning Signals – Uses and Types

Have you ever noticed bright flashing lights on establishments, roads, or businesses? These are known as warning signals, and no matter what country or town you visit, you’ll always find these lights in public places for safety or security purposes. The reason why these devices are a necessity, is because they enable people to minimise the anticipated risks of hazard […]