Advanced Transportation Controller Cabinet Component Overview
The Advanced Transportation Controller Cabinet (ATCC) is an open architecture traffic control cabinet that combines existing standards and the latest technological advancements to increase cabinet safety, functionality, ease of maintenance, and decreased size. The ATCC offers significant improvements to conventional cabinets in modularity and compact size, motorist safety, technician safety and diagnostics. It is intended to update or replace all cabinet types: NEMA TS-1, NEMA TS-2, Caltrans 33x, and ITS Cabinet v1. In this webinar we will introduce and review the basic description and operation of the cabinet device level products including the Cabinet Monitor Unit (CMU), High Density Switch Pack (HDSP), Auxiliary Display Unit (ADU), Serial Interface Unit (SIU), and Cabinet Power Supplies (CPS).
ATC Cabinet Advanced Functionality
Why is the ATC cabinet something to consider? The ATC cabinet is an open architecture traffic control cabinet designed to take advantage of ultra-low power LED signals, enhanced fail-safer design and diagnostics, and compact double-density size and modularity. Eberle Design, Inc. reviews the development and advanced functionality of the ATC cabinet that is being provided by several controller and cabinet manufacturers.
How to Make Your Inductive Loops Last the Lifetime of the Roadway
In this webinar presented by Dr. Bill Sowell, attendees learned how detectors and prefabricated loops work together as an accurate and cost effective solution to detect and quantify vehicles and bicycles. It’s a fact that prefabricated inductive loop detection is the most accurate and cost effective detection solution when properly installed and maintained.
iCITE® Data Aggregator DA-300®: Creating Smart Traffic Cabinets & Intersections with Reliable Data (Update on the G2 User Interface)
This webinar is a rebroadcast with an update on the G2 User Interface. It will show Traffic Operations Technicians and Traffic Engineers how the iCITE® Data Aggregator DA-300® monitors and reports on mission critical traffic cabinet or intersection faults via SMS or email. Presented by Eberle Design Inc. President of Business Development, Dr. Bill Sowell, and Manager of Product Innovation, Tim McCall, webinar attendees will also learn how the iCITE® Data Aggregator DA-300® provides cabinet interface for Cloud-based remote access to real-time performance measures and traffic data from isolated or networked intersections or arterial roadways with cabinet monitoring functions.
Access Control & Vehicle Detection Solutions
This 45-minute webinar covers Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E Access Control & Vehicle Detection Solutions for parking structures, controlled access facilities, gated communities, warehouse facilities with transportation door(s) access, and drive-through retail locations. We will present an overview of DEFLECTOMETER® Series Loop Detectors; Anti-Tailgating Inductive Loop Vehicle Detectors, Directional Logic Inductive Loop Vehicle Detectors; and Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) & Ingress/Egress Systems. Participants will also learn more about the new PLA Saw Cut Prefabricated Loops that are ideally suited for all access control applications.
Technical Advances in 33X Signal Monitors (2010ECL/2018ECL) Using Flashing Yellow Arrow
Programming CMUs for Flashing Yellow Arrow operation has been difficult without standards in place to ensure interoperability with CUs and interchangeability between CMUs. The new NEMA TS-2 Standard Amendment 4 has defined the operational modes that an MMU shall provide to effectively monitor the FYA operation in full compliance with the Final Rule edition of MUTCD 2009. This webinar will show traffic signal engineers, technicians and supervisors the setup and operation of a 2010/2018 type monitor in a 332 cabinet with FYA.
Technical Advances in NEMA Signal Monitors Using Flashing Yellow Arrow
Many technical advances have been made to the cabinet signal monitor (conflict monitor) over the years that have improved their reliability and effectiveness in detecting and diagnosing cabinet and field wiring malfunctions. Advances in the built-in tools have made initial set-up programming both quick and accurate, reducing the possibility of programming errors that could allow unsafe operation of the intersection. Built-in tools now also provide expert assistance in diagnosing the source of cabinet malfunctions. Programming MMUs for Flashing Yellow Arrow operation has been difficult without standards in place to ensure interoperability with CUs and interchangeability between MMUs. The new NEMA TS-2 Standard Amendment 4 has defined the operational modes that an MMU shall provide to effectively monitor the FYA operation in full compliance with the Final Rule edition of MUTCD 2009.