We’ve combined the functionality of a traditional speed display and flashing LED speed limit sign to create an effective tool that brings driver attention to the posted speed limit when needed.
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The radar is configured to activate flashing beacons when the measured vehicle speed exceeds the preprogrammed threshold to brings driver attention to the speed limit sign. LR-15L remains almost invisible in standby mode reducing driver’s habituation and light pollution
Typically, a Radar Feedback Sign is not capable to make a difference between multiple vehicles that are traveling close one to another. The LR-15 can help eliminate the confusion. It will activate in cases if at least one vehicle in a group moving faster than the programmed speed threshold.
It happens very often – multiple signposted on the same pole. As a result, there is no space to install a Radar feedback sign without obstructing other important information. Thanks to extremely low profile and small footprint, the LR-15 can help in this situation.
Commonly used light signpost is not capable to support the weight of a full-sized radar feedback signs. At the same time, the installation of a stronger wooden or steel post may not be an option. In this case, you may consider using LR-15 as an efficient alternative to a Radar Feedback Sign.
The LR-15 is the most affordable non-intrusive traffic calming measure on the market. It costs considerably less than a typical radar feedback sign including the installation cost.
Drivers are unaware of the speed limit and consistently underestimate their speed. A person can miss a speed limit sign or may not remember the last passed sign.
Study shows - most drivers had failed to notice the speed limit change (58.3%) and 6.25% still to be unaware that the speed limit changed after passing all consecutive signs.
Of those drivers who stated that they knew the temporary Speed Limit, 76% identified the speed limit correctly. The limited sight distance in work zones increases the possibility that a driver may be unable to see the temporary speed limit.