TAPCO restricts the sale of this item to Wisconsin customers only.
This unit features a black body with a 9" x 12" Crosswalk Signal Pedestrian Instruction Sign.
The EZ Communicator Navigator Two-Wire Push Button Station is the pedestrian interface to the EZ Communicator Navigator Accessible Pedestrian System. The EZ Navigator Two-Wire Push Button Station provides valuable information and cues via both a vibrating arrow button and audible sounds, making the intersection accessible for all pedestrians. All sounds emanate from the back of the unit. A sunlight-visible red LED latches “ON” to confirm the button has been pushed. The EZ Navigator Two-Wire Push Button Station includes the body, sign, ADA-compliant push button and mounting hardware.
By interfacing with the Central Control Unit for Navigator EZ (2505-00022) installed in the traffic control cabinet, the EZ Navigator Two-Wire Push Button Station provides:
- Button push confirmation via latching LED, sound and tactile bounce
- Direction of travel (with extended button push)
- Standard locating tone during Don’t Walk (clearance if desired)
- Cuckoo, Chirp, Rapid Tick, Verbal or customizable voice messages during walk; a total of 10 walk sound options are included with an additional 2 locations for custom voice messages/walk sounds
- Vibrating button during walk
- Choice of 4 locating tones, custom sound or verbal countdown during PED clearance
- All sounds automatically adjust to ambient over 60dB range
- Most sounds have a minimum and maximum volume independently set
- Sounds are synchronized across all Push Button Stations
- Extended button push can turn on, boost volumes and/or mute all sounds, except those on the activated crosswalk
- Can provide pre-configured messages played throughout entire intersection upon central system activated signal (preemption)
- Custom audio messages easily changed via USB port
- Firmware updates provided through USB port
- Independent ambient adjustment setting for the locate tone, which allows fine adjustments for low ambient conditions
- 2 separate program configurations with all options available, which can be switched via external input