Robust and reliable: the new Langmatz basicguide

The perfect signal requesting device for any traffic light system

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, 30 April 2018 – Looking back: Langmatz developed the first traffic light acoustic signal indicator for the visually impaired/blind people back in the seventies. Further ground-breaking products from the patent forge in Garmisch-Partenkirchen followed. In the new basicguide EK 524, Langmatz has launched a new pedestrian push button which meets many requirements of local authority planning departments and signal engineering companies, while offering excellent value for money at the same time. The basicguide was designed as a pedestrian push button for traffic light systems for normal pedestrians and the visually impaired alike. Thanks to its design, it works in all weather conditions and is especially ruggedized against external influences and vandalism…

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