Synchronously Flashing Barricade Light-Two

- Jan 18, 2021-

    Good day, everyone, this is Mia. We will continue the discussion of the last synchronized flashing roadblock light, and this time we will explain in more detail how the product works and how it is similar.

    There is a big difference between the two products in appearance, because they use different ways of input and output of the light source, one is the battery barricade lamp, the other is the solar barricade lamp. So the place of work is different.


    There is no difference in the working mode between the two products, both of which are synchronous flashing and continuous flashing. Change of working mode can be adjusted by toggle switch. Battery barricade light switch is set in the back, up and down, solar barricade light switch is set in the side, left and right to move.

    When placing the products, the distance between each product should be adjusted to 6-10 meters, not too far or too close, so that the induction facilities of the products will be unstable, and the work will be affected, so it is very necessary to choose the appropriate distance.

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    There are a lot of lamp beads in the two products, so the light source is super bright when working, which can work well at night or where there is a need. A group of four products can quickly attract the attention of pedestrians and drivers when working together, so as to ensure safe travel at night.

    There is no difference in the use of the two synchro flashing barricade lights, but the battery barricade lights can be operated in the tunnel or during the day without light control. The solar barricade lamp should be used in the place where the light source is sufficient to ensure that it can receive the light source, charge, and work normally at night.

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    The explanation of the two roadblock lights is basically these contents, if you can not understand these, you can leave a message to tell me. Thanks for listening to Mia explain the products, see you next time!