Advanced Traffic Controller Cabinet
The ATCC is a Safer, smarter, greener, traffic cabinet that will future proof your intersection. The ATCC is the first cabinet architecture to utilize LED signals, offering up to 32 channels of output and 120 channels of detection. The ATCC provides both voltage and current monitoring of all signal outputs.
Econolite’s Blue Series traffic cabinets offer a variety of standard cabinet configurations with the most commonly asked-for features. With cabinets from ATCC and NEMA, the Blue Series provides ready-to-ship cabinets for every market. The Blue Series offers a standard platform for customers with simplified training and troubleshooting.
Econolite offers an extensive, high-quality line of NEMA TS1 and TS2 cabinets, built specifically for traffic applications. Econolite’s line of traffic control cabinets are designed and manufactured for rigid pole base or pedestal mounting – zero flex and completely weatherproof. Econolite cabinets are manufactured from high-quality, 5052-H32 aluminum. The design incorporates a door opening that is 80 percent of the front surface for easy access to the traffic controllers and racks. Econolite also accommodates a specified painted finish with a minimum 2 mm thickness powder coating process for extreme durability.
ITS Roadway Cabinets
Safetran provides an ideal combination of specification and customer-driven cabinet solutions to the traffic industry with unparalleled factory support and service.
Vehicle Traffic Signals and pedestrian signals represent the foundation of safety at any signalized intersection. They also represent the first, and arguably the most important, interaction motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians have with Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS).
For more than eight decades, Econolite has led the industry in both innovation and breadth of traffic and pedestrian signal solutions for virtually every application, helping transportation agencies and Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) efficiently and cost-effectively meet evolving traffic management programs.