MT4040 traffic controller is based on a distributed intelligence, composed by a central industrial type 386 microprocessor and by a series of peripheral microprocessors dedicated to the I / O management and control. This type of structure allows to realize a traffic controller directed to be a General Purpose peripheral unit, able to manage not only the signal plant itself but to be, once endowed with the proper transmission way (GSM, GPRS or Telephone line), a bi-directional collector of a series of information necessary to the city area managers, providing data concerning private and public traffic and environmental data such as atmospheric pollution.
In this way, the controller becomes sentinel of the area where it is installed, sending automatically requests for servicing interventions for fixing plant anomalies or for simply replacing a burned lamp, or for sending alarm messages in function of particular environmental or emergency conditions. The basic configuration of the controller, equipped with four RS232 serial ports, two 485 serial ports, a TTL and a parallel port, enables it to be easily interfaceable with other equipment; moreover the characteristics of General Purpose unit are furtherly highlighted by the fact that the CPU of the controller is predisposed for mounting standard peripheral modules of the family PC104 and PCMCIA, allowing therefore the conversion of the controller into a powerful and flexible industrial PC.
Certification and Test Report according to EN 12675 European Norm.
The MT4040 traffic controller has been designed to act, in any type of application, either integrated in a centralized and in an independent system, as a traffic control unit able to make autonomous decisions, to be an information collector and to allow in any case the control, the monitoring and transmission of the information to the supervising Authority.
The controller can achieve the following main standard features: