Langmatz’s EK 533 signal requesting device will lead you across the road safely
These highly modular devices from Langmatz incorporate built-in acoustics as well as exchangeable upper-half housing parts incorporating either a push-button or touch-sensor for operational use.
Operator controlled software setups permit mixed environment installations in conjunction with older or modern traffic-light control systems. With older signalling systems it is possible to retrofit acoustics for the visually impaired without interfering in the traffic control system itself.
The traffic-noise dependent acoustics with orientation and enable signal can be software-customised as per given country-specific requirements. Changes are possible whilst in fully operational mode and without opening the device itself.
Voice prompts (acoustic request acknowledgement) can be configured individually and adapted to every traffic environment.
Tactile relief symbols, which are configurable on site, provide visually impaired people with a detailed description of the pedestrian crossing. These tactile sysmbols can be re-customised at any time following the original installation.
Tested mechanical stability and compact design offers outstanding protection against vandalism.
Drilling templates and an adjustable traffic light pole adaptor ensure fast and accurate mechanical fitting to all standard sized traffic light pole diameters including flat surfaces.
Visually impaired people can utilise the concealed push-button to issue a separate request, activating a longer green phase and triggering an acoustic enable signal as well as a vibration tactile feedback. The tactile crossing symbols incorporated in the push-button indicate the crossing direction and are simple to replace and adjust in case of site reassignment.
35 years of market experience has provided us with a wealth of expertise required to build advanced signal requesting devices.