Ice Warning Flashing LED Safety Sign - add your logo


Our Ice Warning safety sign can be printed with your own corporate logo.

  • Energy Efficient
  • No Mains Supply Needed
  • Advanced Temperature Sensor
  • 350 x 500mm

Using the latest PIC chip technology with no moving parts, the sign is in the form of an ISO standard ice crystal warning logo with ultra-bright blue LEDs located at the 6 points. These flash when the air temperature approaches freezing.  The ice warning sign has built-in batteries so requires no mains power connection. The patent protection design also allows the batteries to last approx. 2 years. Easy installation – no wires, no mess, no fuss.

The Ice Warning safety sign is manufactured in such a way that it can be easily mounted on both a post and on a wall, depending on the client’s requirements.


Upload your logo using the orange button above the blue "Add to Cart" button. We recommend you upload a jpeg or eps file at a 300dpi but don't worry, if you need help, our Customer Service Team will be in touch to arrange your proof before print.  


Using super bright LED technology the Ice Warning sign, grabs attention by enabling the flash to be seen in the users peripheral vision. The unit utilises internal batteries to flash bright blue LEDs whenever the temperature falls below 3°C. it is fully automatic and has no moving parts. No mains power is necessary and the sign unit is manufactured from 3mm recyclable polycarbonate.

The Ice Warning unit can be delivered switched on, in which case just placement is required. When switching on the sign self-tests all functions by first flashing the ambient temperature, then there is a 5 minute demo sequence followed by the operational mode. The patent-protected design uses state-of-the-art PIC chip technology, with ultra-low power consumption requiring no mains supply. It has no moving parts and is fully weather sealed, making it both robust and reliable. Minimum maintenance is required just replace the batteries every few years depending on the harshness of the winter season.

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