PowerFlare® Consumer Products
PowerFlare® Beacons for Personal Safety
Get the same technology that police and fire crews use on the road. Invented by a police officer, the PowerFlare® electronic beacon is a simple and extremely rugged traffic safety device that is designed to be used instead of old-fashioned flares. The product features the latest in LED light technology, intelligent electronic circuitry, and unparalleled physical durability to outperform competing products at all levels. Each PowerFlare® unit is about the size of a hockey puck & strong enough to withstand being run over by trucks.
In addition to being a traffic safety device, PowerFlare® units can be used in ways only limited by your imagination. Some of the many uses include:
There are two versions of the PowerFlare® beacon: the rechargeable version and the new Model PF-200 which features a user-replaceable CR123 lithium battery. The rechargeable units are designed for daily use (smart charger; no "memory effect"), while the PF-200 model is ideal to keep in the trunk of your car or a first aid kit, etc.
All of our products share the amazing ruggedness and brightness that make PowerFlare® Safety Lights popular with public safety agencies, companies, and individual consumers alike.
NOTE: The new PF-200 model is currently in production. More information on this exciting new product will be posted here soon!
Our products are in use by agencies including the Department of Homeland Security, the Santa Clara (CA) County Sheriff's Office, fire departments, the U.S. Military, as well as commercial organizations and safety-minded consumers. Click here to see our product testimonials.
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