Solar-Powered Road Safety Products For Greener & Safer Roads

Last weekend, the clocks went back. The days are now significantly shorter and we’re starting to see the first frosts of the season. Now, more than ever, it is essential to invest in traffic products that will help to keep our roads safer.

With the world’s leaders currently discussing climate change at COP26, we’re continuing to develop our solar-powered range and take measures to monitor our impact on the environment. Combining our passion for designing solutions for safer roads, we have developed a selection of solar-powered traffic safety products that guarantees to deliver an excellent performance, whilst simultaneously focusing on a greener future for safer roads.

Solar-powered Belisha beacon


Raising awareness of upcoming pedestrian crossings via the use of solar power, our Solabel Belisha beacon is the perfect solution to encourage drivers to reduce their speed and allow pedestrians to cross roads safely.

Solar-powered sign lights

Solar LUA

As one of our most energy efficient products, the Solar LUA is a solar-powered sign light that illuminates signs up to 600mm and helps to instantly alert drivers and pedestrians to important road information.

Solar LUB

A similar product, our Solar LUB is a thoroughly tested solar-powered sign light for illuminating signs up to 1500mm.

Solar-powered warning lights

Solar Pulsa

Our Solar Pulsa is a bright LED school crossing signal, efficiently assisting children and other pedestrians to cross roads safely. It utilises an extremely robust enclosure and fixing system with a long-life, zero energy LED light source.

Solar Pulsa 4×4

The Solar Pulsa 4×4 is a solar-powered school crossing warning light with a reflective sign and flashing high intensity LED corner signals. Designed to alert drivers, it encourages them to be more aware of their surroundings and, subsequently, reduce their speed accordingly.

If you would like to find out more about our solar-powered road safety products, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our team.

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