Mailing Address:

    K&K Systems
    P O Box 1065
    Verona, MS 38879

    Shipping Address:

    K&K Systems
    687 Palmetto Road
    Tupelo, MS 38801

    Phone:

    662-566-2025
    888-414-3003
    Fax: 662-566-7123

    Sales Contact:

    Sales@k-ksystems.com

    Technical Contacts:

    For technical support questions, contact: Support@k-ksystems.com

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    Application and Details

    Other Contacts:

    For invoice or billing issues, contact: accounting@k-ksystems.com
    For shipping inquiries, contact: shipping@k-ksystems.com
    For other product inquiries, contact: Sales@k-ksystems.com

General Specifications

Trailer Dimensions

  • Length with tongue: 90”
  • Length without tongue: 55″
  • Width with fenders: 68 ½”

Trailer Specifications

  • Frame: 2” x 2” x 1/8” tubular steel
  • Paint: Powder paint, orange with zinc primer
  • Salt spray fog: 1,000 hours
  • UV Resistance: 500 hours
  • Axle and Springs: Straight tubular steel 3500 pounds
  • 15” Wheels and Tires: 5 lug – P205-75/R15
  • Fenders: 16 – gauge steel
  • Tongue and Safety chains: 2” hitch, ¼” safety chains with hooks
  • Jacks: Adjustable 10” jacks (2000 lbs. capacity) on each corner of the trailer.
  • Tail lights: Dual combination reflective lights with stop, tail and turn signal. License plate bracket.
  • Lift winch: Gear ration -4:1, Load Capacity-1200 lbs. Reel Capacity 58 ft.
  • Wiring: Enclosed in jacketed cable or conduit.
  • Battery/Controller box: Steel fabrication, lockable, hinged, vented.

Sign Display

  • Height: 48”
  • Length: 96”
  • Width: 3 3/8″
  • Material: .080 Aluminum frame 48″ x 96″ w/(2) 47 3/4″ cross members
  • .063 Aluminum front panel 48″ x 96″
  • .063 Aluminum back panel 48″ x 96″
  • Back skin: constructed of .063 aluminum
  • Viewing Window: 125 thick polycarbonate with UV matte finish
  • Paint: All powder coated
  • Flat black finish to reduce glare
  • Salt spray fog: 1,000 hours
  • UV resistance: 500 hours
  • LED bulbs: (15) yellow/amber Par 46 LED’s with 360″ high impact plastic visor
  • Push on type connectors to prevent separation due to vibration during travel and operation.

Photocell Assembly

  • Monitors ambient light conditions and adjusts brightness accordingly

Power and Charging

  • Battery bank:
    • Typical installation is one pair (225 amp) 6-volt batteries wired for 225 combined amps maximum output.
    • Electronic Circuitry:
      • Solid state, reverse polarity protection, properly fused, disconnects on all cables.

Solar Panel

  • Typical Electrical Characteristics 40 W
  • Voltage at Pmax (V mp) 17.3 V
  • Current at Pmax (IMP) 2.31 A
  • Short-Circuit Current (Isc) 2.57 A
  • Open-Circuit Voltage (Voc) 21.6 V

Solid State Regulator

Electrical Specifications:

  • Voltage: 12/24V
  • Rated Solar Input: 10A
  • Rated Load Current: 10A
  • Equalization Voltage: 14.8V
  • Boost Battery: 14.4V
  • Float Battery: 13.6V
  • Low Voltage Disconnect: 11.1V
  • Low Voltage Reconnect: 13.1V
  • Self-Consumption: 6 mA
  • Operating Temp. -35 to +55ºC

15 Light Control Box:

  • Auto – automatically adjusts the power to the lights from 100% (daytime use) to 50% (nighttime use) depending on the ambient light. The auto dimming is controlled through a photocell mounted in the bottom of each arrow board where it will be protected from vehicle headlights and street lamps.
  • Bright – maintains 100% power to the lights regardless of the ambient light.
  • Dim – maintains 50% power to the lights regardless of ambient light.
  • The Control Box has (7) flashing modes to choose from:
    • Single flashing arrow Left
    • Single flashing arrow Right
    • Double flashing arrow
    • Caution center bar
    • Caution four corners
    • Stem arrow Left
    • Stem arrow Right

Control Functions:

  • Power Switch – Provides power from the control box to the Arrow Board
  • Power Indicator Light – The LED indicates the Control Box has power and is ready for operation
  • Fuse – Protects the wiring from damage in the event of a malfunction
  • Mode Selector – Provides selection of the warning modes.
  • Manual Dim Switch – Provides the user with the ability to override the photocell used for the automatic dimming when an unusual situation occurs (such as the vehicle being parked under a streetlight at night).