warning beacon

warning beacon

[′wȯrn·iŋ ‚bē·kən]
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The folding warning beacon should be carried as a complementary means of use in radio patrol cars and the road users.
But he was arrested and prosecuted for the unusual offence of using 'a warning beacon' illegally on a car.
Driven by a single, powerful Luxeon LED, the Skybolt STLP mini-strobe warning beacon for lift truck and industrial signaling is built with fewer parts than other devices, making it rugged and low cost.
Four other people were injured, including two seriously, when the boat the group were in struck a warning beacon.
AMONG the cases dealt with by Teesside Magistrates' Court on February 13 were: Andrew Hall, 25, of Rosthwaite Avenue, Stockton, ned PS115 with PS170 costs for using a vehicle tted with a device resembling a blue warning beacon. Stephanie Addison, 33, of Guisborough Road, Moorsholm, jailed for 12 weeks suspended for two years and ordered to pay PS165 costs for drink-driving.
Under its Road Vehicles Lighting Regulations 1989, no vehicle other than an emergency vehicle shall be fitted with a blue warning beacon or special warning lamp or a device which resembles a blue warning beacon or a special warning lamp, whether the same is in working order or not.
That is, some companies perceive value in having the insurer serve as an adjunct to their own internal credit management function and an early warning beacon about problems associated with their customers, in addition to helping manage and avoid potential losses.
The lighthouse, which opened in 1898, beamed its warning beacon for 86 years until it was taken out of service by Trinity House in 1984.
"We sees this massive attack in Asia with millions of packets per second as an early warning beacon of the increasing magnitude of DDoS attacks that may be on the horizon for Europe and North America in the next 6 to 8 months," Sop said.
As reported in the Examiner last month, Brook is banned for three years from using a vehicle fitted with a blue warning beacon or siren.
"The need for an effective detection systemis clear, and Metrasens have used Smallfry's design and intuitive warning beacon display to help realise the full market potential of their technology."
Thanks to this early warning beacon, the supernova (dubbed SN 2008D) secured a place in history as one of astronomy's best-studied cosmic explosions.