Light Line by DSTA

July 1, 2011

Catch the attention of pedestrians at the ground level.

The Light Line is a pedestrian warning system with LEDs that increases safety when crossing the street.

It works in sync with a standard traffic light but at a pedestrian’s feet, showing red or green signals.

The LEDs provide operating times in the nanosecond range, so there are no delays in switching over. The robust lights are weather resistent and offer a flat profile.

For more information, visit www.dstatech.com

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