The Traffic Signal Museum

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  Here is a McCain pedestrian signal with a count down LED insert made by Dialight. I was unable to make an animation of the count down feature due to the hand and numbers not flashing together. So I made a video instead and just posted a couple of pics here of the man and hand lit up. To see the video, go to the video page.


Here is another McCain pedestrian signal with a count down LED insert made by Tassimco. I was unable to make an animation of the count down feature due to the hand and numbers not flashing together. So I made a video instead and just posted a few pics here of the signal working. To see the video, go to the video page. This signal has the ability to count down during the WALK portion of the cycle. This can be turned on or off via a DIP switch inside the unit.

Here is a ICC ped body with a Dialight LED insert. This design is supposed to have an incandescent look to it, but if you look close, you can still see the individual LED's behind the plastic lens. The hand was flashing in the third pic with the countdown lit up, I just caught it between flashes.
ICC 15 inch Glass lens Ped head ICC pedestrian signal with symbolic commands on a glass lens. A visor is not needed because of the "egg crate" visor in front of the lens. Aluminum Pedestrian Automatic Signal from LFE Corp 12 inch lenses LFE 12 inch aluminum pedestrian signal with plastic lenses. This signal was originally green. Click on the picture for more pictures of this and other LFE/Automatic Signal signals.
Econolite 12 inch ped head with round Canadian style lenses Econolite 12 inch pedestrian signal with symbolic commands lenses. Most modern pedestrian signals in the United States have square or rectangular lenses. This signal came from British Columbia, Canada. It is all plastic, including the lenses, but the lenses are round. They also have Canadian style HAND MAN symbols. The hand is an outline rather than a solid hand as seen on US signals. The Canadian style walking man has a longer stride than the US version. Durasig LED ped head Durasig 12 inch pedestrian signal with a LED insert. The maker of the LED insert is unknown since there are no markings on it. It has been speculated that the insert might be made by McCain. This pedestrian signal is similar to what is currently being installed in the Detroit metro area. It was put together by obtaining the LED insert and the Durasig body separately. 

 

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