Perfect for short-term jobs, the Flagger-Mac Lite automated flagger (AFAD) is operated by a wireless controller and can be quickly mounted on all types of trucks. Its robust, compact design makes it easy to transport, store and deploy. The Flagger-Mac Lite attaches directly to the truck and is operated by the intuitive V-Touch Controller. It’s an essential device to protect your flaggers from road hazards.
ROBUST WIRELESS REMOTE
CAN TRANSPORT ADDITIONAL UNIT
PERFORMANCE & EASE OF USE
ECO-FRIENDLY BATTERY PACK
CAN COMBINE WITH A FLAGGER-MAC
VER-MAC CONNECTED (OPTION)
CONNECTED TO WAZE (OPTION)
Flagging out of Harm's Way
Ease of Use
Telescopic mechanism for lamps and rotation mechanism for the final position.
The Industry's Most Innovative and Easy-to-Use Controller
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Connect and Collect Data
Unit equipped with modem, GPS and cell plan. Connected to JamLogic Fleet Management Software.
Equipped with a hitch receptacle that can also transport a standard trailer-mounted Flagger-Mac, part of our automated flagger line.
For quick and user-friendly deployment.
Connect to the truck’s 7-pin light socket.
Save on fuel
The unit operates without running the truck engine and recharges while driving.
Superior Powder Coating Finish
Back Indicator Lamp
Gas Shock Lift Mechanism
Combine with a Flagger-Mac, our trailer-mounted AFAD. Ideal for fast-moving flagging operations and makes storage easy.
This unit is equipped with a modem and can be part of the Connected Work Zone Notification System.
This system communicates essential work zone information via the Work Zone Data Exchange (WZDx) to motorists, Departments of Transportation, the Traffic Management Center (TMC) and other relevant parties to make roads safer.
This unit communicates work zone information to Waze, allowing motorists to be aware and adapt their driving before entering the work zone.
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DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
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Safely off the road, a worker manages an AFAD with a remote control.
A hitch-mounted AFAD in action while a team tackles utility work.
A trailer-mounted AFAD guiding traffic through a highway construction project.