Benefits of Portable traffic lights

LDC Equipment’s portable traffics lights are TMR approved and built for Australia conditions, we have developed our traffic lights with safety in mind. The Department of Transport and Main Roads introduced new legislation to improve the safety of road users and all road workers on roadwork sites. As part of this commitment the department has …

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Australian Made Portable Traffic Light Gets TMR Tick of Approval

LDC Equipment today announced the Portable Traffic Light PTL3 Type-1 has been approved by the Department of Transport & Main Roads (TMR) for use on Australian roads. The PTL3 – T1 is a tripod mounted portable traffic light system that offers a new way for traffic controllers to safely manage traffic off the road with …

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Bluetooth battery monitoring app for Tripod Radar Speed Check Sign

Our tripod radar speed check sign already comes with a long life Lithium Iron Phosphate battery, but did you know there’s also an optional Bluetooth battery monitoring app upgrade? This lets you easily monitor the health and state of the battery from your smartphone. The app is available for Android and Apple IOS. Once downloaded …

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Safety and Security with a Solar Lighting Tower

Working machinery outdoors at night time can be a safety hazard, but a solar lighting tower can provide plenty of light to help mitigate the risk. Providing up to 30 metres of light (depending on model), the Solar Lighting Tower provides added safety and security for worksites, warehouses, factories, complexes and events. Help workers on …

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Radar Speed Check Sign – Pole, Tripod or Trailer Mounted?

Now that we’ve introduced our new Tripod Radar Speed Check Sign, you may be wondering which one is right for you? A pole, trailer or tripod mounted unit. It will depend on your needs, but here a few things to take into consideration. SPEED The portable unit is only suited to slower traffic areas, such …

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Avoid accidents during roadworks with pedestrian traffic lights

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If you consider that in 2018 alone there were 169 pedestrian fatalities on Australian roads, the importance of having adequate safety measures in place for roadworks, such as our Gold Coast portable pedestrian traffic lights, becomes readily apparent. Out of these pedestrian road fatalities, people aged 75 and over accounted for the highest number of …

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