STC releases wall mount fire station flasher control unit
TEMPE AZ 04/30/2007 - STC has released a new radio activation unit for fire station flashers. The 80FSXTAC-1 is a wall mounted unit designed to be mounted in the fire station's truck bay. It includes a red mushroom button assembly to allow easy activation of the flashers located on the roadway in front of the fire station. It has status lamps for power, a 27Mhz license-free radio transmitter with a 5W RF output, and audio feedback when the button is depressed.
The unit can be powered from an AC source of 100-240VAC and includes 20 feet of RF cable along with a special no-ground-plane antenna assembly with an additional 18 feet of RF cable. Digital coding for system security is included as well as a supervisory function to ensure operational readiness. This transmitter is designed to work with the XSR series of solar flashers.
About Solar Traffic Controls, LLC
Solar Traffic Controls (STC) designs and manufactures solar-powered traffic control systems for city, state and federal DOTs. Its primary products are solar-powered flashing beacon systems used for school zones and 24-hour applications. What sets STC's systems apart from its competitors: technical merit. For more information, please visit www.solar-traffic-controls.com