Reliable Traffic Control
The Econolite NEMA traffic cabinets are built upon decades of reliability and versatility. They are designed meet or exceed all NEMA specifications and carry UL, ISO, and IPC certifications. Robust, modular, and with plug & go capability, the Econolite NEMA traffic cabinet will ensure that the intersection is running reliably to promote enhanced safety and mobility.
What is NEMA?
At A Glance
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association, or NEMA, is the publishing entity from where the TS1 and TS2 traffic standards originate. Econolite manufactures traffic cabinets that fully meet or exceeds these NEMA specifications.
The Econolite NEMA Traffic Cabinet Line Includes: TS1, TS2-1, TS2-2
In form factors that include: G36, M49/M60, O67, P44/P52/P65, Super P, R77
- The most extensive lines of weatherproof NEMA traffic cabinets designed for ultimate ease in configuration and installation.
- Plug-N-Go assemblies for quick change outs and easy maintenance.
- Modular design and components for unparalleled flexibility.
- Single or double door available, with special access police door.
- High contrast and color coded labeling available.
- Up to 16 movement phases and 64 channels of detection.
- UL Listed
- ISO Certified
- IPC Certified
The Econolite Advantage
Often the first interactions that motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists have with ITS take place at signalized intersections – where the signals and traffic signal controller cabinet represent the front lines of signalized roadways. 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.