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Reflectors with raised honeycomb pattern

The innovation at the heart of these reflectors is that they produce flashes of light that arouse the attention of wildlife. Animals perceive the constantly shifting pattern as movement. The idea is to exploit the animals’ highly honed perception of and response to any movement. The time that wildlife take to stop and investigate the flashing lights gives drivers the decisive seconds they need to pass safely. The reflectors have a raised honeycomb design with reflecting surfaces placed at different angles. To further increase effectiveness, the backs of the reflectors are provided with a mirror coating. Each reflector can produce up to 156 unique flashes of light.

 
 
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Five fold increase in the effective radius

A multifunctional wildlife warning and protection system that combines a number of effective methods for keeping wildlife from crossing the road.

The Multiwarn Wildlife Protector acts like a crossing light for animals. It switches to “BLUE” when cars approach to prevent wildlife from crossing the road.

Our Multiwarn Wildlife Protector combines various functions within a single product. This makes it possible to increase the typical effective warning radius by five fold to 180° and optionally even further to 360°.
 
 

Blue body & light guides

Reised honeycomb pattern

Traffic safety

The body of the Multiwarn Wildlife Protector unites its various functions within a single assembly. To the animals, the body appears to illuminate blue.
The innovation at the heart of these reflectors is that they produce flashes of light that arouse the attention of wildlife.
The assembly was made slim enough to ensure that Multiwarn Wildlife Protectors are hardly noticeable to passing drivers.
 
 
 
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