Vehicle Equipment

Designed and engineered to help emergency service professionals reach their destination quickly and safely, Traffic Products offers priority and pre-emption equipment offered by our vendor partners Tomar and Applied Information. By communicating with the traffic control system located at each intersection, the approaching emergency vehicles are given a “green” light before entering the intersection, thus creating the ability to move through heavy traffic situations.  Contact Traffic Products for more information.

 
500-086 Applied Information Controller

500-086 Applied Information Controller

Applied Information 500-086

The AI-500-086 Glance Preempt & Priority FMU series of controllers provides a cost-effective, easy to integrate means of adding priority & preemption as well as monitoring traffic intersections status and helath. The unit has a build in Cellular, GPS and 900MHz radio to make priority and preemption easy to configure and simple to set up. The 19-inch rack mounted device is capable of remotely switching NEMA 5-15 power outlets inside the ITS cabniets. It is designed for extreme temperature applications and has low power requirements, making it suitable for solar powered applications. The unit comes standardard with a build in Ethernet, Cellular Modem, GPS and 900MHz radio. All units come with multiple digital and anlalog IO as well as 8 relay contacts to trigger preemption commands to the traffic signal controllers. The unit is also capable of sending priority requests directly to the traffic controller using ethernet communications. The unit works in conjunction with the Glance Platform, providing connectivity to the cloud-based Glance solution. Simply plug install into your traffic intersection to add Glance priority and preemption as well as monitoring to your traffic cabinets status and health.

Emittors from Tomar

Emittors from Tomar

Tomar Emitters

An Emitter is a Xenon strobe light system which is mounted on Emergency and Transit vehicles or within our Heliobe™ lightbars.

The Emitter generates an optical signal. This signal is received by a detectors located at the traffic intersection. The emitter is normally wired so that it automatically activates when the emergency lighting is active. TOMAR emitters also include an automatic shutoff, which can be connected to the vehicles parking brake or neutral safety switch. When the vehicle is in park or neutral, the emitter is automatically shut off preventing intersection lockup.