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BlinkerBeam® wireless communication, BlinkSync™ synchronization & chevrons function dynamically to warn and guide motorists through a dangerous curve once activated; by directing the chevrons to flash sequentially - delivering the "pull-through" effect. The system flash pattern and timing are easily programmed wirelessly from the Windows-based software using a PC or laptop, enabling the user to tailor the flash sequence to match the speed of traffic and the size of the curve.
The day and night curve warning & guidance solution
A flashing LED Curve Warning BlinkerSign® warns drivers that they are approaching a curve early given them more time to react at critical areas like cliff drop offs.
TAPCO's Dynamic Curve Warning Systems, or DCWS. These DCWS feature TAPCO's flashing LED BlinkerSign, which are solar-powered traffic signs enhanced with brilliant LEDs. The BlinkerSign provide advanced warning of and guidance through the curve, and are ITS-compatible.
Monitor BlinkerSign® and other ITS device status from any web-enabled computer. Comprehensive management of all device settings, schedules and messages. Real-time information allows you to respond immediately to changing situations.
A low power draw Digital Signal Processing (DSP) based K-band radar for ITS sign activation and traffic calming. It is the premier product in its class, the world’s smallest and lowest power usage OEM K-Band Doppler radar, up to 25X lower than some other industry offerings. 300+ feet typical detective range for a compact vehicle.
24/7 is the always on setting.
The purpose of the High Risk Rural Roads Program (HSIP) is to achieve a significant reduction in traffic fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads.
Do you have a unique problem requiring a custom activated BlinkerSign® system? For years TAPCO has been providing custom stand-alone solar solutions. These electrical grid independent systems provide reliable warning when needed most-in harsh environments, dangerous areas and remote locations.