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Guardian APS

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Value & Reliability

Easy wiring access and configuration are at the heart of the Guardian, the latest independent system from Campbell Company. This complete APS solution has a simple and flexible configuration, and delivers safety, simplicity, reliability, and cost-effectiveness at any intersection.

Touchless actuation is now available with the new Guardian Wave.

As a testament to its simplicity, the Guardian is a cabinet-free, completely independent pedestrian system. Encompassing everything agencies know and trust about the AGPS, the Guardian now offers greater sound quality and control, and still provides an ambient gain compensation locator tone, extended press options, vibro-tactile walk indications, and optional clearance phase indications; all adjustments and settings can be made at the pedestrian station via USB connection or Bluetooth.

Guardian Wave

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Value & Reliability

Pedestrian Safety and decreasing the spread of germs are at the heart of the Guardian Wave, the latest touchless independent system from Campbell Company.  No longer will pedestrians have to push the same button as countless others.  With easy wiring access and configuration, the Guardian Wave APS has a simple and flexible configuration, and delivers safety, simplicity, reliability, and cost-effectiveness at any intersection.

As a testament to its simplicity, the Guardian Wave (like its predecessor the Guardian) is a cabinet-free, completely independent pedestrian system. Encompassing everything agencies know and trust about the Guardian APS and AGPS, the Guardian Wave offers greater sound quality and control, and still provides an ambient gain compensation locator tone, specific to the Guardian Wave, extended press options, vibro-tactile walk indications, and optional clearance phase indications; all adjustments and settings can be made at the pedestrian station via USB connection or Bluetooth.

WiAAPS

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Overview

Fully compliant with MUTCD and agency specifications, the Wireless Data Transfer Advisor Advanced Pedestrian Station (WiAAPS) communicates through a secured network and utilizes field wires for power. The simple set-up and web-based management capabilities make this solution a truly innovative part of any intersection.

Secured Network Solution

The Advanced Pedestrian Coordinator (APC) is in continuous communication with each Advanced Pedestrian Button (APB) in a network based, distributed control system. Direct Ethernet access or remote network connection allow real-time system monitoring and control of operating parameters, while also providing the capability to upload files directly to individual pedestrian stations or download reports generated by the APC. Now equipped with greater sound quality, this innovative solution still offers an ambient gain compensation locator tone, extended press options, vibro-tactile walk indications, and optional clearance phase indications.

VIEW: WiAAPS Data Sheet

Guardian Mini

Guardian Mini

A full APS solution in a compact package, the Guardian Mini provides important cues to assist all pedestrians to cross the intersection safely by providing audible, tactile, and visual indications at the crosswalk. Ready to install out of the box, the Guardian Mini utilizes existing mounting holes from an ADA button and a four conductor cable to connect to the Signal Power Interface (SPI) in the pedestrian signal head.

VIEW: Guardian Mini APS Data Sheet

APS Beacon & BBU

APS Beacon & BBU

Pedestrian beacon communication has reached a whole new level. Campbell Company’s APS Beacon provides intelligent communication to pedestrians crossing the intersection by utilizing audible indications. Please see the Beacon Data Sheet for information on parameters, installation, and features.

Destination Communication

The APS Beacon provides a beacon tone to the pedestrian from a second speaker location near the pedestrian display, aimed towards the center of the crosswalk. The pedestrian is at the initiation point where they place a call at the push button, and the APS Beacon is located at the pedestrian destination point, about 10 feet high where it can broadcast “Walk” and “Clearance” phase tones to the final two-thirds of the crosswalk. Several different “Clearance” phase tones are available including: destination target, alternating (ping pong) tones, audible countdown, and other specifically designated tones.

Independent Station

The Beacon can also function as a Base Broadcast Unit (BBU) to provide important information to assist all pedestrians in crossing the intersection with audible indications when the “Walk Display” is active. The BBU is designed to work in areas where there is no pedestrian activation. In traffic applications, the BBU is mounted to the underside of the pedestrian display. Audible walk indications are broadcast from a position above the pedestrian initiation point during the visual walk display.

Signal Power Interface (SPI)

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Product Information:

NOTE: You MUST use the SPI XC if powering an APS Beacon/BBU from the same SPI as an AGPS or Guardian unit.