Blue led forklift warning lightLight source：High LED 2pcs*3w
Operating Voltage:10-80V DC
Reverse polarity protected
Double insulated silicon rubberized wire,can bear very low&high temperature
Material:aluminium die-cast housing,PC cover,stainless steel bracket
Optional beam:Spot beam
trobe Lights, Blue Spotlights, and Red Side Pedestrian Lights: Strobe lights, blue spotlights, and red side lights are not required by OSHA, but adding these lights can help support good safety practices in some work environments.
Strobe lights can illuminate when a forklift is in operation or in reverse and serve as an additional visual indicator that a forklift could begin movement, change speeds, or alter directions quickly. While not useful for safe practices in all operations, different strobe light configurations can enhance safety in certain applications.
Blue pedestrian spotlights are also optional pieces of equipment that may enhance safety in some environments. Where blind intersections are prevalent in an operation, a blue pedestrian safety light can warn other operators and pedestrians in the facility of an approaching forklift.
The Red Side Pedestrian Light projects two red beams on each side of the forklift to illuminate lines that pedestrians need to stay behind when approaching the sides. The Red Side Light may lower the chances of getting hit by the rear end swing of a turning lift truck.
It’s important to note that strobe lights, blue spotlights, and red side pedestrian lights might not be the best choice for some applications. In fact, there are some instances where the use of these optional lights can actually reduce safety. This simply means that you need to take the time to carefully and accurately assess your working environment before deciding what lights should be placed on your forklift.
Regardless of what lights may be installed, operators should perform a daily check if you have any of these lights on your forklift. OSHA may not require you to have them, but if you do, they must be working properly.