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TraffiCalm Systems Introduces Driver Feedback Sign

July 13, 2012  | 

TraffiCalm Systems' 9-inch matrix display Radar Driver FeedBack (DFB) sign is a lightweight traffic speed sign with highly visible LEDs. Set to be the most affordably priced electronic traffic calming solution on the market, the 9-inch DFB is suitable for a variety of speed reduction applications.

The fully-featured and affordably priced DFB sign features a fully enclosed electronic control system (ECS) that can be easily removed from the mounting frame as a complete unit for simplified installation and repair, making it a labor efficient and cost effective solution.   

The display shows the speeds of approaching vehicles using amber LEDs and is designed for use in areas where speeds are expected to be 35 mph or less; however, the sign is capable of showing and recording a wide range of speeds from 5 mph  to 99 mph. 

The 9-inch display Radar Driver feedback sign with "slow down" message measures 18-by-24 inches, and has two 9-inch high LED highway gothic numerals to clearly display the speed.

The new 9-Inch Display Radar Driver FeedBack (DFB) can also display a "SLOW DOWN" message in two lines of 3-inch high characters, or a 9-inch high 'happy' or 'sad' face emoticon.

All of TraffiCalm Systems' DriveBrite radar driver feedback sign products feature a selection of available intelligent power options that make the signs ideal for use in a wide variety of settings along with solar options for areas of installation where direct power is not available or is cost prohibitive.

With TraffiCalm's SafetyCalm custom data collection software, information such as traffic volume, peak traffic hours, vehicle speeds, and more can be quickly downloaded directly via a wireless Bluetooth link that allows local officials, law enforcement agencies, and transit authorities to make informed planning and enforcement decisions based on timely access to valuable traffic data.


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