Eflare

Eflare Design

eflare design diagramEflares are designed and built to provide the fastest and easiest way to be seen and be safe!

Eflare Features:

Numbers1Patented fresnel lens to maximise beam conspicuity, visible for more than 1km

Numbers2High-luminosity solid state LEDs rated for greater than 100,000 hour operating life

Numbers3Shatterproof polycarbonate lens to ensure maximum clarity, strength, durability and shock resistance

Numbers4Low battery indicator to show when the batteries need to be replaced (not included in 300 series)

Numbers5Failsafe positive activation microswitch to prevent accidental turning off or on of beacon

Numbers6Coloured pins indicate the beacon light colours

Numbers7Reflective strip and fluoro body to maximise visibility, day and night

Numbers8Advanced battery protection system to protect circuits and batteries from shock if the beacon is dropped

Numbers9High strength clips to permit attachment of beacon to cones, signs, belts or vehicle windows

Numbers10Most models have an operating life of more than 40 hours for each set of batteries

Numbers11Impact resistant ABS body and cap to maximise toughness and durability of beacon

Numbers12Precision o-rings to ensure beacon is waterproof, dustproof and safe to operate in hazardous areas


Applications

The variety of hazards and emergencies listed below are only a small number of situations when Eflare could be easily deployed to provide protection when you need it most. The possible applications are only limited by your imagination!

Emergency Services
  • Personal visual protection
  • Location alert
  • Traffic management
  • Accident or hazardous scene alert
  • Helicopter landing zone demarkation
  • Industrial & OH&S
  • Forklift area demarkation
  • Unusual hazards
  • Obstacle identification
  • Roadside skip alert
  • Cleaning & maintenance

 

Mining & Oil
  • Hazardous area demarkation
  • Directional markers
  • Maintenance
  • Vehicle breakdowns

 

Rail & Port
  • Overhead crane alert
  • Crane boom night light
  • Hazardous area demarkation
  • Maintenance

 

Trucking & Transport
  • Breakdown
  • Accident
  • Location alert
  • Vehicle loading & unloading
  • Automotive
  • Breakdown
  • Accident
  • Location alert

 

Aviation
  • Emergency landing strip
  • Directional markers
  • Location alert

 

Military
  • Landing zone demarkation
  • Location alert
  • Transport applications
  • Emergency services
  • Infrared applications

 

Marine
  • Breakdown
  • Man overboard
  • Accident
  • Location alert

 

Agriculture
  • Livestock crossings
  • Night harvesting
  • Vehicle loading & unloading
  • Location alert
  • Recreation
  • Location alert
  • Accident


How does the Eflare beacon compare? 

A comparison between Eflare and some of the other warning beacons currently on the market.

  Eflare Elite Turboflare VisiFlare Powerflare
Battery Type 2 x D Cell 2 x D Cell 4 x D Cell 2 x D Cell Lithium CR123
Battery Life up to 80 hrs on Consumer Model, up to 50 hours on Professional Model up to 120 hrs on Consumer Model 88 hours 16 hours 100 hours
Visibility 1 km 250 metres in favourable conditions Approx 5 miles 2 miles 900 metres
Brightness (Candela) Between 5 and 30 Candela depending on model Between 0.5 and 2 Candela depending on battery condition 18 - 30 at any given moment 9 - 15 per LED 30 3.4 - 15.7 depending on mode
Low Battery Indicator Yes on Professional Model Yes No No No
Waterproof to 30 metres N/A Weatherproof To 100 metres To 80 feet
Flash Rate (fpm) Single Flash 165 – 185 flash per minute depending on model.
Dual Flash 280 – 320 flash per minute
Fast (400 per min) or slow
(200 Per min) flask, or steady burn
90 flash per minute 60 - 75 flash per minute 50 – 120 flash per
minute dependant on flash pattern
Colours Available Single Flash or Steady on Red, Amber, Blue, Green or White. Various Dual Colour flash Red or Amber Amber or Red Various Red, Amber, Blue,
Green & White
Light Source LED's LED's LED's Xenon "U" tube
strobe
LED's
Mounting Rubber base, Cone Clip, Magnetic Clip, Magnetic/suction Base or Clip on the Body of Unit Rubber base Unit does not require a base as it lies flat on the ground Roadside, Suction or
Spike Base
Unit does not require a base as it lies flat on
the ground