13W Solar Cabinet Is Self Contained

(Traffic and Parking Control Co. (TAPCO))

Traffic and Parking Control Co. (TAPCO) launches its 13W self-contained solar cabinet for powering a range of intelligent warning systems. The unit weighs one-third as much traditional cabinets and features a universal mounting bracket and intuitive wiring, making it fast and easy for one person to install. Its compact size and contoured black finish also allows this solar cabinet to blend inconspicuously with its environment.

 

Traditional cabinets with batteries can weigh more than 30 pounds. TAPCO eliminates two-thirds of that weight by using Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries, which weigh a small fraction of traditional lead-acid batteries. Further weight reduction was achieved by employing a durable polycarbonate housing instead of aluminum.

Sponsored by Infosys

Infosys positioned as a Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant for IT Services for Communications Service Providers, Worldwide 2020

The Gartner Magic Quadrant evaluated 12 vendors and Infosys was recognized for its completeness of vision and ability to execute.
Infosys leverages its global partner ecosystem, CSP-dedicated studio, design tools, and 5G Living Labs to boost service delivery. Innovative solutions such as the ‘Infosys Cortex2’ are driving business value for CSPs.

 

Other features include:

  • Multiple possible battery configurations, to deliver autonomy of up to 30 days
  • Operability with three different kinds of warning devices:
  • BlinkerBeacon
  • RRFB-XL2
  • BlinkerSign
  • Support of both active and passive activation methods

Programming the unit is also fast and easy, using TAPCO's backlit, intuitive controller with joystick interface. For more details, visit TAPCO.

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