with Metro Master controller
Our Metro Master Traffic Signal is part of a new temporary traffic signal system, designed for large construction projects, haul route crossings and HS2 sites. It features our entry-level Metro Master controller, providing 5 vehicle phases and 1 pedestrian phase.
Reliable. Wireless. Safe.
The Metro Master Traffic Signal forms part of a modular temporary traffic signal system designed for applications where permanent signals are being replaced, repaired or upgraded as well as special applications such as Haul Route crossings.
A battery powered system, Metro uses the latest radio communications which enables it to be quickly deployed and decommissioned without the need for complex infrastructure, and boasts up to 6 weeks run time.
The Metro Master Traffic Signal is made up of three main components; the base unit, the signal head and master controller.
Conspicuous, white bases with high visibility red band and additional high visibility white band on the signal pole conforming to regulatory requirements. This increases safety when the signal may be deployed in part-time use.
It features adjustable legs for uneven surfaces and double-entry design for easy maintenance and battery access.
Metro is available with a Temporary LED Traffic signal head, fitted with the high tech AGD306 radar or the LED Pedestrian signal with a low-power AGD WAIT indicator and optional Radix tactile indicator. The system can accommodate multiple signal head configurations and precise adjustment can be made to the direction of the head to enhance visibility.
The Metro Master Traffic Signal is capable of 9 vehicle phases and 8 ped crossings, it is to be combined with up to 34 Metro Traffic Signals to form a complete temporary traffic control system. The base unit accommodates two controller models to allow for different head configurations.
|No of Batteries||6|
|Runtime on Single Charge (Days)||Up to 6 weeks|
|Total Weight without Batteries (Kg)||290kg|
|Total Weight with Batteries (Kg)||425kg|
|Auto-Recovery||Advanced Recovery Protocol|
|Max Traffic Phases||9|
|Max Pedestrian Phases||1|
|Max Vehicle Heads||18|
|Max Pedestrian Heads||16|
|Max Heads Per Vehicle Phase||4|
|Max Heads Per Pedestrian Phase||8|
|BS EN 60068-2-2:2007|
|BS EN 60068-2-1:2007|
|BS EN 60068-2-30:2005|
|BS EN 60068-2-31:2008|
|BS EN 62262:2002 & BS EN 60068-2-75:2014|
|Random Vibration – Transportation|
|TR2130E Sect 5.1|
|Random Vibration – Operational|
|TR2130E Sect 5.2|
|BS EN 60068-2-64:2008|
|BS EN 60068-2-27:2009|
|BS EN 60529:1992 + A2:2013|
|Drop and Topple|
|TR2130E & BS EN 60068-2-31:2008|
|Wind tunnel test||>30m/Sec|
|Client Specific Coding||No|
|Keyed alike option?||Yes|
|Active Channel Management||Yes, with ACM Upgrade|
|Compatible Controllers||Metro Master, Metro Signal|
|Interchangeable Traffic and Pedestrian Heads||Yes|