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Luminator debuts full-color display sign system, stairwell light for transit

Posted on May 8, 2017

Luminator Technology Group's new LED full-color stationary display sign system for bus and rail mass transit systems.
Luminator Technology Group's new LED full-color stationary display sign system for bus and rail mass transit systems.
Luminator Technology Group (LTG) today introduced it’s full-color LED 5mm pitch stationary display sign system. Available in single or double-sided versions in NEMA 4X enclosures, this fine-pitch model is rugged, reliable, and readable.

Some of the key features of the mass transit display system include:

  • Built-in audio broadcast capabilities for prerecorded and real-time messages.
  • Text-to-speech capable
  • IP-based using wired or cellular connectivity
  • Software can interface with multiple transit agencies (bus and light rail transit) for more robust travel plan communication to passengers
  • Seamless integration to GTFS and GTFS real-time data. If the real-time predicted vehicle arrival data stream temporarily fails, then the display system will default back to scheduled arrival time data
  • Customized service updates can be created and immediately sent to the remote displays through the System User Console Message Studio software.
  • Software is remotely upgradeable in the field
  • Diagnostics monitoring is locally stored and reported back to the central server
  • Brightness – 3500 nits
  • Viewing angle – 160 (H) 120 (V)
Luminator Technology Group's new high-brightness LED stairwell light ideal for paratransit bus lifts and ramps.
Luminator Technology Group's new high-brightness LED stairwell light ideal for paratransit bus lifts and ramps.

Additionally, LTG will introduce a high brightness LED stairwell light for applications such as wide door lifts and ramps. Paratransit bus lifts and ramps require more light than a standard bus stairwell to ensure suitable vision and safety for paratransit passengers as they enter and leave the vehicle during dark conditions.

To meet this need LTG has created a stairwell light that produces a stunning 236 foot-candles of white light and it is significantly brighter than many standard stairwell lights.

LTG will feature this new, high brightness stairwell light and the full-color display sign system at the upcoming APTA Bus & Paratransit Conference Products & Services Showcase on May 9, 2017. For more information and to view this new product, stop by booth # 431.

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