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

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    K&K Systems
    687 Palmetto Road
    Tupelo, MS 38801


    Fax: 662-566-7123

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Equipped with a high water sensor that activates the hazard beacons when sensor detects high water level and system is deactivated once water level decreases below preset height. This system is ideal for those locations that are notorious for those moist conditions that could cause traffic accidents due to the roads being flooded. With this system accidents are kept to a minimum in those areas for the very reason the drivers are cautioned of road conditions

solarThe Solar School Zone only utilizes the most up to date solar and electronics to maintain power levels through rain, shine, sleet, or snow




LED technology increases life expectancy of the beacon and also burns less energy than conventional bulbs





Meets MUTCD (Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices)




NCHRP 350 Crash Tested and Accepted (National Cooperative Highway Research Program)



Meets ITE Standards (Institute of Transportation Engineers)



High Water Sensor

moisture sensor

Simple Design

PVC Construction




Our SPLasher device is a compact, all-in-one solar controller, flasher, and auto-dimmer for flasher beacons. The way it works is energy efficient and simple! The SPLasher uses Maximum Power point Tracking (MPPT) which extracts maximum power from the solar panel regardless of the environment. This is how it works with our High Water sensor activation: The SPLasher is inside the control cabinet of the beacon with the High Water sensor hooked up in the “switch”activation port. When the sensor senses high water level, it’ll tell the SPLasher, which will tell the flashers to activate. Once the sensor no longer senses the high water level, the flashers will cut off automatically.

SPLasher (2-27-14)



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