Peek has announced that its ATC-1000 Controller has been approved for use on all Oklahoma State Highway projects by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT). The ATC-1000 is the first of the company’s new ATC line of ‘modular-build’, standards-based controllers. Designed for ease-of-use and easy adaptability, the traffic controller features: the company’s latest ATC engine board; a full line of communications options, including multiple serial ports, multiple Ethernet ports, a USB firmware and memory port; and a range of I/O and D modules.
The ATC-1000 controller uses NTCIP communications natively and is entirely compatible with Peek’s ‘IQ Central’ traffic management system. Interchangeable I/O modules and D Modules allow the ATC-1000 controller to be used in the latest cabinets, but it will also work as a plug-in replacement in older, non-standards-based cabinets that currently house Multisonics, Traconex, LMD 40, LMD 9200 and HMC-1000 controllers, which will provide an upgrade path for older intersection control hardware. Programmable from the front panel, via USB database download, via IQ Link direct connection, or via IQ Central’s sophisticated central system environment, the unit is a powerful new option that can be used wherever NEMA, NTCIP and ATC compatibility is required.
The ATC-1000 features: a 40 character x 16 line backlit LCD display; Linux Operating System, with memory management for process isolation; 2070 or 3000E compatible modem slot, with full modem flow control support; 300MHz Freescale Power Quix 2 processor; two 100Base -T Ethernet ports; high speed USB port; 32 key soft-touch keypad for front panel programming; and CIC (Critical Intersection Control), which allows the unit to support most adaptive central systems. David Clark, Peek’s traffic product manager, noted, “We are pleased to have Oklahoma’s approval of our ATC-1000 controller, giving their agencies the most advanced controller, loaded with the most powerful features in the market today.”
24 July 2012
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