LED Hi Flux Traffic Light Arrow is a cutting-edge solution designed to enhance road safety and efficiently manage traffic flow. With its high flux LED technology, this traffic signal arrow provides optimum visibility even in harsh weather conditions.

The intelligent features of this product set it apart from traditional traffic light arrows. Its advanced algorithms enable intelligent traffic management, ensuring a smooth and organized flow of vehicles. The arrow’s brightness adjusts automatically based on the ambient lighting conditions, providing optimal visibility at all times.


  • Waterproofing, without screws, Silicon rubber is fixed to casing door for water proofing
  • Perfect precise measurement of casing dimension
  • Easy to assemble. Fit body-to-body stacking assembly



Diameter 300mm

Luminous Intensity acc.

to EN12368

Red        >   400cd

Amber   >   400cd

Green    >   400cd

Optical performance acc. to EN12368 B3/1, Type W
Color acc. to EN12368

Red        >   616-624nm

Amber   >   586-592nm

Green    >   499-507nm

LED Type High Power
Design Arrow
Material UV-Stabilized Polycarbonate
IP Rating IP65
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) > 0.90
Weight < 1.5 KG

What is traffic light and its function

Traffic lights, also known as traffic signals, traffic lamps, traffic semaphore, signal lights, stop lights, robots (in South Africa), and traffic control signals (in technical parlance) are important signaling devices that normally located on road intersections, T-junction, pedestrian crossings, and other locations so that it can be used to control the flows of traffic and reduce the occur of road accident. Beside that, traffic light also act as a safety device that appear on the road in vast majority of country in the world. Traffic lights are very important on the traffic safety management to maintain safety on road for all the pedestrians and drivers across the road. Increasing accidents and fatalities occur on the road have cause the growth of the traffic lights market, as traffic lights provide drivers control on road and improve the flow of traffic. Another factor that has driven the growth of the market is the improvement in traffic flow regulations by the respective traffic safety organizations by constantly upgrading and maintaining them and creating various pedestrian facilities, extra-street lighting, traffic signal modifications, and signage marking improvements. The operation of traffic lights requires sophisticated control and coordination to ensure that traffic flow is as smoothly and safely as possible and ensure that the safety of pedestrians and protected them when they drive or walk cross the roads.

Traffic light color meaning

There are 3 most frequently color that we can see on the traffic light in vast majority of country. The 3 color are red, green and orange. Red color in the traffic light is to alert the driver to stop their car. Orange color in the traffic light is to alert the driver to proceed with caution. Green color is to tell driver to go.


Hi-Flux Traffic lights, also known as traffic signals, traffic lamps, traffic semaphore, signal lights, stop lights, robots (in South Africa and most of Africa), and traffic control signals (in technical parlance), are signalling devices positioned at road intersections, pedestrian crossings, and other locations to control flows of traffic.

The world’s first traffic light was short lived. It was a manually operated gas-lit signal installed in London in December 1868. It exploded less than a month after it was implemented, injuring its policeman operator. Traffic control started to seem necessary in the late 1890s and Earnest Sirrine from Chicago patented the first automated traffic control system in 1910. It used the words “STOP” and “PROCEED”, although neither word lit up.

Traffic lights alternate the right of way accorded to users by displaying lights of a standard colour (red, amber (yellow), and green) following a universal colour code. In the typical sequence of colour phases:

  • The green light allows traffic to proceed in the direction denoted, if it is safe to do so and there is room on the other side of the intersection.
  • The amber (yellow) light warns that the signal is about to change to red. In a number of countries – among them the United Kingdom – a phase during which red and yellow are displayed together indicates that the signal is about to change to green. Actions required by drivers on a yellow light vary, with some jurisdictions requiring drivers to stop if it is safe to do so, and others allowing drivers to go through the intersection if safe to do so.
  • A flashing amber indication is a warning signal. In the United Kingdom, a flashing amber light is used only at pelican crossings, in place of the combined red–amber signal, and indicates that drivers may pass if no pedestrians are on the crossing.
  • The red signal prohibits any traffic from proceeding.
  • A flashing red indication is treated as a stop sign.

In some countries traffic signals will go into a flashing mode if the conflict monitor detects a problem, such as a fault that tries to display green lights to conflicting traffic. The signal may display flashing yellow to the main road and flashing red to the side road, or flashing red in all directions. Flashing operation can also be used during times of day when traffic is light, such as late at night in Malaysia.

New trend traffic light

Engineers is already developed the new trend traffic light to reduce the average power consumption of a traffic light, which is the average power consumption 3-colour traffic light to just one to two watts. For the conventional traffic light which is based on the incandescent bulbs, its average power consumption is around 60 watt. The new trend traffic light, with the use of highly efficient LED and digital modules, is expected to benefit city budgets as well as the environment due to its low power consumption. The new 1-watt-technology is branded as ‘Sitraffic One’ is already  introduced to the traffic system and netwok in some places, such as in Bozen, Italy and in Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany. If replace the conventional traffic light that use incandescent bulbs to the new 1-watt technology, after as little as five years, a converted intersection begins paying for itself. Even updating conventional 230-volt LED technology pays off: at an average intersection with about 55 signal lights, the new 1-watt signals can save about 1,600 kilowatt-hours per year and reduce carbon emissions by about 960 kilograms. We can seen that the conventional traffic light that use incandescent bulbs behind colored diffusion disks are still in operation in many traffic lights around the world. By converting these to the new 1-watt technology, it can reduce power consumption on that traffic light by up to 98 percent. So, all the cities are persuade for replacing the incandescent bulbs traffic light with the new 1watt-technology traffic light.