Amberon now stock semi-permanent temporary signals. An ideal alternative to using “poles in barrels”. Download our Pdf for more info.
NEW Development! We can now add a bolt-on CCTV system to our Temporary Traffic Lights! Please contact us for further details of this exciting innovation.
We at Amberon embrace all of the latest developments with Cordless Radio Traffic Lights which is one of the reasons that we are experts in our field, frequently doing jobs that others said couldn’t be done!
2 Way Radiolights!
3 and 4 Way Multilights!
5,6,7 and 8 Way Eurolights! Click Here
Pedestrian Crossings! Click Here
We can provide fully qualified and experienced staff to manually operate systems on Traffic Sensitive Roads
We can add a REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM to 2, 3 or 4 Way Traffic Lights
An option to run the lights from a mains supply if in location for extended periods of time.
The temporary traffic Radiolight has no moving parts and so is very efficient, silent, easy to transport, move and set-up.
The new development of LED lights means that each temporary traffic Light lasts 150hours!
The temporary traffic lights product have been widely used in Europe over the past 25years and has proven its reliability.
2-Way, 3-Way, 4-Way, 6-Way and even 8-Way temporary traffic light operations can be set-up meaning that most eventualities can be handled wirelessly.
There are no cables on the temporary traffic lights! The traffic Lights communicate via Radio, with our radios having a guaranteed range of 500m between signal heads.
As the temporary traffic lights are battery powered it means that they are the most environmentally friendly lights available. The lights can contribute to your ISO9000 requirements.
The traffic lights manufacturers have gone to great lengths to use only the best components, ensuring that there is not another traffic light that will perform as well as ours.
We always recommend a full site Risk Assessment, Method Statement and Site Drawings. These are tailored to your particular needs.
For more technical information on the temporary traffic lights that we use please visit: www.radiolight.co.uk