Kurzbeschreibung Signal-Anforderungsgeräte_05

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Langmatz Signal Requesting Equipment As Quiet As Possible, As Loud As Necessary.
Langmatz signal requesting equipment ensures safety
Using Langmatz signal requesting equipment, pedestrians and the visually impaired can safely cross the street. Acoustic
and tactile signals assist in this regard.
The high-end device crossguide plus controls the signal volume depending on the time and the traffic noise. Voice
prompts and signals can be individually entered and played back.
These modular devices already incorporate acoustics and feature interchangeable upper sections with a push-button or
sensor for variable use. Individual software parametrisation permits installation together with older or modern control
units for light signal systems. With older traffic light controllers, it is possible to retrofit acoustics for the visually impaired
without interfering in the control unit. The traffic-noise dependent acoustics with guide signal and cross signal can be
adjusted on a country-specific basis using software. This is possible while in service and without opening the device.
We ensure safety!
Advantages
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Modular devices with interchangeable upper sections with a push-button or sensor
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Individual software parametrisation
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Adjustment of the acoustics with guide signal during operation
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Voice prompts (acoustic request acknowledgement) can be input individually
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Relief symbols configurable onsite
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Tested mechanical stability and compact design: Protection against vandalism
Signal requesting device
(EK 533)
Ensuring safe mobility for pedestrians and the visually impaired
The Langmatz EK 533 crossguide plus signal requesting device is an innovative product with
tried and tested properties. All requirements are incorporated into one device.
Traffic noise-dependant acoustics are integrated into the device. It offers protection against
vandalism due to its compact design. The signal requesting device has proven itself for use in
traffic situations. Our expertise includes 30 years of market experience.
EK 533 crossguide plus
Pedestrian Signal Requester EK 433
Signal requester EK 433 for pedestrians and the visually impaired
The Langmatz Signal Requester EK 433 for pedestrians and the visually impaired is an
innovative product with tried and tested properties. Its multifunctional configuration options
give you planning flexibility and keep your costs lower. With its functions, which can be used
by pedestrians as well as the visually impaired, the EK 433 device is the ideal “all-in-one”
solution. It is also approved by the TÜV and all major signal construction companies, having
performed brilliantly on the market for many years.
EK 433
Pedestrian Signal Requester EK 424 plus
Signal Requester EK 424 plus for pedestrians
For use with traffic signals with pedestrian signal requesting system
The Langmatz Signal Requester EK 424 plus for pedestrians is an innovative product
with tried and tested properties. Its multifunctional configuration options give you planning
flexibility and keep your costs lower. The equipment is designed
exclusively using capacitive sensors with a dynamic measuring principle. If any change occurs
in the sensor’s request zone, such as gum being stuck to it or a film of ice, it incorporates
the change into the resonant circuit when a pedestrian makes a request. The self-regulating
resonant circuit does not trigger continuous operation.
EK 424 plus
SOS / emergency call button EK 534
Increases safety and security for disabled traffic users
in road tunnels
The Langmatz SOS / emergency call button EK 534, designed to increase the safety and security of disabled traffic users in road tunnels, is an innovative product with properties that have
been tried and tested in action.
35 years of market experience has provided us a wealth of expertise in signal requesting
equipment. Tested mechanical stability and a compact design offer superlative protection
against vandalism. The button is already in use in road traffic situations and is therefore familiar to and accepted by traffic users.
EK 534
Acoustic signalling device doubLIC EK 098
Acoustic signalling device for the visually impaired
The Langmatz doubLIC EK 098 acoustic signalling device is an innovative product with tried
and tested properties. Following its motto “As Quiet As Possible, As Loud As
Necessary”, its range can be defined and limited.
The device is very easy to install: it can be easily mounted to the pole with a steel strap or
via screws. The signalling device also offers protection against vandalism due to its compact
design.
doubLIC EK 098
Traffic signal preemption device EK 098
Manual operation of traffic signal systems
The EK 098 traffic signal preemption device from Langmatz is a quality product with tried and
tested features. The device is used for the manual shut-down or start-up of road traffic signal
systems. It also also offers protection against vandalism due to its high mechanical properties
and compact design.
EK 098
tramway control devices Ek 224 und EK 433
Used for implementing acceleration measures in public transportation
The Langmatz EK 224 and EK 433 tramway control devices are innovative products with tried
and tested properties. These devices are used for implementing acceleration measures in public transportation. They offer protection against vandalism due to their compact
design.
EK 433
EK 224
Bicycle/pedestrian traffic signal EK 199
The Langmatz EK 199 bicycle/pedestrian traffic signal is an innovative product with tried
and tested properties. The bicycle/pedestrian traffic signal is the ideal auxiliary or additional
signal for traffic engineering.
Whether in road traffic, on bicycle paths or at garage entrances, the EK 199 is applicable
anywhere. It can also even be used for shipping or tunnel safety.
EK 199
| This is a smal summary of our large product range
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Langmatz GmbH
Am Gschwend 10
D-82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen | Germany
Telefon +49 88 21 920-0
Telefax +49 88 21 920-159
E-Mail [email protected]
Internet www.langmatz.de
Subject to technical modifications | As of 05.2016
Ideal auxiliary or additional signals in traffic engineering
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