What is the safety standard EN12352?
Maybe you have seen it before, safety standard EN12352, but what does this standard mean? This European standard specifies the requirements for LED flashlights. LED flashlights are not allowed without safety standards EN12352 and EN12352. performance test EN50293 not be used on public roads. The safety standards have been drawn up by CROW. CROW stands for Centre for Regulations and Research in Ground, Water and Road Construction and Traffic Technology.
Most people participate in traffic every day, and without any rules, road safety will deteriorate enormously. That is why it is important to have requirements and rules for public roads. These rules improve road safety.
What are LED flashers?
As mentioned earlier, LED caution lights need a safety standard EN12352, but what exactly are LED caution lights and what are they for? LED caution lights are warning lights that emit a continuous or intermittent light of a single colour. The purpose of LED caution lights is to inform, warn or guide road users. Caution lights are often used in action frames and action windows which are often used in situations where work is being carried out on the road. Slow moving vehicles also sometimes use LED caution lights. In this situation the signs indicate that you can pass on the left or what the upcoming situation will be. The signs are for safety and must therefore be conspicuous, which is where the flashers come in handy with their bright light.
LED caution lights from TRALERT®
TRALERT® offers you a wide range of high quality products in LED flashers on. All caution lights are equipped with the appropriate certificates and meet all requirements, including the safety standard EN12352 and the performance test EN50293. The caution lights are available in sizes from 80 mm to 300 mm. In these various sizes, there are also various options available. For every situation, there is a suitable LED caution light available.