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Protected: Pedestrian Activated Signal System (PASS)

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Wireless Communication

The Pedestrian Activated Signal System (PASS) provides agencies with a way of lighting up various signs that have LED lights installed on them after a pedestrian (or cyclist) has actively pressed a push button (either APS or standard pedestrian push button). The PASS provides drivers and other road users that pedestrians are actively crossing the street or interacting with the road in a similar fashion. PASS sends a wireless radio signal to a sign and that lights up after a pedestrian has pressed a push button.

PASS can be used with R10-15 signs that already have LEDs or any other various road sign that has LEDs installed by sending a signal from a Signal Node to a Sign Driver installed to a sign. PASS is the main component of the TLPI. The Signal Node identifies that a push button has been actuated and sends a wireless signal to the Sign Driver, thus lighting up the sign it is attached to.

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Protected: Turn Lane Pedestrian Indicator (TLPI)

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Alerting Drivers

The Turn Lane Pedestrian Indicator (TLPI) (patent) is the newest product from PedSafety. The TLPI gives drivers making a left or right turn a visual indication that a pedestrian is entering the intersection. When a pedestrian presses a crosswalk push button or waves at our touchless APS, a signal is sent to an R10-15 sign fitted with LEDs that will flash to warn drivers the crossing may be active with pedestrians. The lights on the TLPI will not become active unless actuated.

The TLPI consists of a R10-15 sign fitted with LEDs, a Sign Driver & Signal Power Interface (SPI not needed if being paired with a solar engine), and a Signal Node and SPI (SPI not needed if being used with a PedSafety Guardian or Guardian Wave APS). See TLPI specs of solar engines that can work with the Sign Driver. The Signal Node resides in a Ped Head and uses radio signals to communicate to the Sign Driver (which resides on the back side of the R10-15 sign) that a call has been placed. After a call has been placed the R10-15’s LEDs will light up to alert oncoming vehicles of a pedestrian’s intent to cross.