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Forklift Training RZ-1 Red Zone Danger Area Warning Light

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Forklift Training RZ-1 Red Zone Danger Area Warning Light
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Forklift Training RZ-1 Red Zone Danger Area Warning Light
  • The Red Zone puts a bright red line on the floor, near the forklift, to show pedestrians where they are not allowed.
  • Ensure pedestrians stay a safe distance away from the forklift with the Red Zone Warning Light. 40% of all forklift accidents involve a pedestrian.
  • This zone is called the HALO ZONE and can be adjusted to the distance of your choice. This helps prevent foot injuries and collisions from rear end swing, as well as, showing the NO GO AREA around the rear of any mobile equipment. Each company can set their own NO GO ZONE or HALO ZONE distance, typically between two and five feet from the forklift.
  • Mounted to the sides of the forklift and can also be mounted on the rear and/or front. One Red Zone light is required for each side of the forklift you want to protect. They come with a tool free bracket so that you can quickly and easily mount them to the forklift’s overhead guard without modifying or damaging it in any way.
  • They are mounted slightly in back of where the operator sits so as not to interfere with their progress as they get on and off the forklift. Heavy duty zip ties hold the lights firmly to the overhead guard. The Red Zone lights are then adjusted with the swiveling mounting bracket to the distance of choice.
  • Installation of each light bracket should take only a few minutes on most makes and models of forklifts. Once all the lights are mounted, a qualified maintenance person or forklift technician can wire the lights into the forklift’s power. Exactly where to connect into the truck’s power will depend on each make and model, see your local dealer or contact the manufacturer if you have any questions on how to connect them. You will want the Red Zone lights to be on all the time the forklift is on, even when it is stopped; when the forklift is shut off, the Red Zone lights should also turn off. If wiring them into electric forklifts with regenerative braking, ensure you are connected to a circuit that will not expose the lights to high power surges, this could damage them and would not be covered under warranty.
  • The Red Zone lights were designed for any forklift used primarily indoors. They can be used on any type of forklift including sit downs, stand ups, tuggers and more.
  • While the Red Zone lights are weatherproof and can be taken outside, they are not bright enough to be effective outside on sunny days. They will be more effective outside during dusk, dawn or night times.
  • Currently the Red Zone lights are UL rated for regular types of forklifts as well as EE and LPS rated forklifts. This means they can go on any regular forklift and also on EE and LPS forklifts, but not on EX rated forklifts. They will never be rated for EX trucks used in very high hazard locations.
  • Features:
    • Powered by the forklift
    • Operating voltage 9-64 volts DC
    • Fast and easy installation
    • Includes mounting bracket and wiring
    • Compact size 6” x 2.25” x 2.75”
    • PC lens material and aluminum body
    • IP67 rated, fully weatherproof
    • Six 3 watt LED’s, 1,200 lumens
    • CE rated and UL rated for EE and LPS forklifts
    • Lifetime warranty, 100,000+ hour rated life
Red Zone Danger Area Warning Light

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