The AAPS is the first of its kind to use web-based management, which enables traffic agency technicians to update and monitor the system remotely over network communication lines via traditional workstations, laptops or any device that is web browser compatible.
Accessible Pedestrian Stations
The Advisor (AGPS) is designed around flexibility and ease of use. Each Advisor is configured at the factory, but customization and data extraction are simply obtained by utilizing any laptop with a USB connection.
The 4 EVR is digitally controlled and virtually vandal proof. The 4 EVR utilizes a Piezo switch element that cannot be stuck in a constant call. An LED and audible tones are momentarily activated with the pedestrian call. The actuator is pressure sensitive and uses no screws or bolts in the functioning areas.
The Freedom Push Button is a no touch – no contact pedestrian detector. Calls are activated when the pedestrian places their hand in close proximity to the surface of the push button. Easy for children, senior citizens, and pedestrians with disabilities to activate with a mere slide of the hand.
This line of robust push buttons is all metal construction to offer a great value against direct abuse. The switch is a phenolic enclosed precision snap action, single pole, double throw type. A passive linear bearing is utilized to reduce the coefficient of friction in the functional components. All components are machined to precise dimensions [...]
Typical Movement (TM) push button is a spring actuated pressure sensitive Peizo switch that cannot be stuck in a constant call. It is designed to look and feel like a mechanical push button with the electrical specifications and life span of a solid state switch.
Stations and Hardware
Adapter plates are aluminum plates that mount to the base station to display crosswalk signs.
The APS Extension Bracket allows for a great deal of flexibility in mounting multiple pedestrian stations on smaller diameter utility poles. Its sleek design and modular assembly allows for a variety of extension lengths (up to 18”) that can be mounted on just about any utility pole diameter.
Campbell Company has state of the art engraving capabilities to produce the Raster(TM) Method of Braille ADA compliant signs. The domed shape Raster has a clean uniform appearance that is easy to read and can be used in almost any material substrates.
Campbell Company manufactures button cups for round and rectangle push buttons. These button cups are machined from solid stock and provide service entry from both back and bottom. Each button cup is supplied with a removable chase nipple and plug.
The cast pedestrian stations provide an integral push button mount and sign display platform. Each pedestrian station has adjustable mounting saddles to provide a snug fit to any pole, wire chase for service entry, and all hardware required for mounting the pedestrian station and sign.
The Enlightened Interface Module (ENIM) synchronizes multiple 4 EVR or Freedom Push Buttons on the same phase in a latching mode. One ENIM manages up to four phases, and 16 push buttons.
Ganged Mounting Brackets (GMB) allows for two pedestrian stations to be mounted adjacently on a four inch pole.
An H Frame can be extended away from the pole significantly. The H Frame Extension Bracket is attached to the H Frame and used in conjunction with 1 ½”threaded pipe the length of the desired extension and a pole plate such as the Traffic signal Hardware
The H Frame pedestrian station provides the pedestrian with the maximum amount of information available in a passive form. Instruction is presented from all approaches with a clear indication of the direction of the crossing.