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All light bars used for Temporary Traffic Management must comply with Section B14.1 of the COPTTM (Code of practice) as it states below or refer to the COPTTM:

B14.1 Flashing beacons

Flashing beacons refer to roof-mounted devices.

Note: Vehicle hazard warning lights are not beacons.

Flashing beacons consist of a amber light, encapsulated in either clear or amber casing that may either flash (strobe) or appear to flash when circled by a rotating reflector.

Flashing beacons must be clearly visible to road users and seen to be flashing in all of the following situations:
• In all light conditions including, but not limited to, bright sunlight, unlit darkness and lit darkness (for example, in an urban environment).
• From a distance in the range from 10m to not less than 800m unobstructed sight distance from the vehicle.
• From driver eye height for all approaches to the beacon. Driver eye height is taken to range from 1.1m to 2.4m.
• For any given viewing position from driver eye height to the beacon, the beacon must flash or appear to flash at a rate in the range of 90 cycles per minute to 180 cycles per minute.
Beacons must appear to flash with an amber coloured light.

 

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