Posts Tagged ‘Applications’


Posted by Lisa on July 30, 2018 in Uncategorized

Are Beacons a Safety Solution For The Construction Industry?

Today, most people are using technology in their everyday lives. In fact, technology makes our lives much easier and more efficient, without us even realising a lot of the time. If you’re walking in the street, you will notice lots of people holding their smartphones, listening to music using headsets, and checking their everyday fitness […]

Posted by Lisa on July 9, 2018 in Uncategorized

The Best Colour for Beacon Safety Lights & Signals

To help the public in being aware in their surroundings, beacons are intentionally made to notify, warn, and attract attention to a specific location. They carry the message of the viewer while giving signals on how they should respond. Using beacons is essential to ensure the safety of people. The messages implied by colours along […]

Posted by Lisa on April 19, 2017 in Uncategorized

Obstruction Lights for Cranes

In science, you can’t create something in an instant. There is a specific process or a fixed sequence of steps in order to build or create something. This also applies in our world today especially in the field of construction. Tall structures like large buildings and towers aren’t built in a single week or month. […]

Posted by Lisa on September 8, 2015 in Uncategorized

Rotating Mirror Beacons – Upside Down!

Our rotating mirror beacons have been part of our range for many years, and as an effective warning signal, have become extremely popular. After continued improvements over time, along with vigorous testing, we are pleased to confirm that our Series G, H, J & K rotating mirror beacons can be mounted in an upside down […]

Posted by Jo on November 19, 2014 in Uncategorized

Dimmable IPN Indicator Panels

  Following a customer request, we have begun offering many of our IPN Indicator Panels with a dimmable option – ideal for applications where the lights are to be installed in staff working areas and can be too bright and distracting. Units can be either set to one of five pre-set intensity levels (100%, 50%, 25%, 10% or […]

Posted by Jon Whiten on July 31, 2014 in Uncategorized

techNOTE – LED Status Signals

  The latest in our 2014 techNOTE series is published today aiming to help you select the very best product for your application.  The series unpacks some of the product differences across our range and outline the pros and cons of some of the individual options. This techNOTE discusses some of our LED Status Signals – used to signify […]

Posted by Jo on July 4, 2014 in Uncategorized

Case Study – LaserZone

LaserZone operate two leisure facilities – one is Castleford, Yorkshire and one in Brighton, Sussex. LaserZone is a space themed, hi-tech game of tag using electronic vests and phasors. The experience begins with a mission briefing, then the players get kitted up with their laser gear and play the game in a 3000sqft darkened labyrinth filled […]

Posted by Jon Whiten on September 12, 2013 in Uncategorized

techNOTE – Low Intensity Obstacle Warning

The second of our new techNOTE series is published today aiming to help you select the very best product for your application.  This series will unpack some of the product differences across our range and outline the pros and cons of some of the individual options. This techNOTE discusses our range of ICAO Annex 14 Low Intensity […]

Posted by Jon Whiten on August 11, 2009 in Uncategorized

deegee beacons out in the wild – Simples!

Another application idea from deegee – we saw this advert on the box last week and just needed to share it with you – simples!   Do drop us a line or send us a photo of any other deegee beacons you find out in the wild!

Posted by Jon Whiten on January 16, 2008 in Uncategorized

EuroLED 2008

Whilst preparing for this year’s EuroLED show, 4th-5th June 2008, I fell over a video summarizing last year’s event.  Of particular interest to us is the number of times that our products were shown.  This is confirmation that our range is indeed innovative and of interest to the wider electronics community. The video is only […]