Polycarbonate Vertical Signal

Orange Traffic sells polycarbonate-framed vertical traffic signals with three to six 300-mm sections. 


Traffic signals are crucial for safety at intersections. Being made in polycarbonate has many benefits:

  • Lighter to increase lifetime of infrastructure supporting 
    • 4 sections: 27.6 kg (60.7 lbs) compared to 33 kg (72.6 lbs) in aluminum 
    • 5 sections: 32.2 kg (70.84 lbs) compared to 39 kg (85.8 lbs) in aluminum 
  • Increasing safety of technicians at installation and maintenance 


  • Rigid moulded polycarbonate signal head compliant with the ST-017B standard. Blemish-free parts (no cracks, burrs, pits, etc.)
  • Signal head coated with black enamel at the front and grey enamel at the back (unless otherwise specified)
  • 100-mm background plate around the signal’s edge. May be covered with an optional yellow reflective foil
  • Stainless steel exterior hardware


  • 3 to 6 optical units (LEDs or incandescent lamps) compliant with the latest version of the ITE standard
  • Optical units comprising an enclosure with access door and visor
  • Access doors equipped with swing-away augers and thumb nuts that are easy to open without requiring specialized tools
  • LED or polycarbonate lens, round, prismatic and convex, of green, yellow or red colour in compliance with the latest versions of ITE standards
  • Lined access door and lens that are fully dustproof, waterproof and weatherproof
  • Cap-type one-piece visor in round or square polycarbonate depending on the signal
  • Optical unit set mounted to the frame at both ends


  • Terminal block set in the enclosure adjacent to the sleeve colour-coded to identify each supply wire
  • 18 gauge AWG 105.C wire


  • Adjustable sleeve with built-in straps
  • Equipped with 2 mounting bolts and 2 levelling bolts allowing for an adjustment of ±5% with the tongue’s axis outside of the cap
  • May accommodate a tongue measuring 100 mm in diameter by 300 mm in length

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