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JUN 2014

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58 < m ETRO m AGAZINE JUNE 2014 new products Transit Cooperative Research Program Solutions for Transit Professionals The Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) is sponsored by the Federal Transit Administration. Whatever your challenge, whatever you want to know, chances are The Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) has already studied and researched it. We've compiled over 500 reports and products on a broad range of subjects in public transportation. Get the information you need to make your critical decisions. The resources are here. Use them. Have TRANSIT Questions? ? ? ? @ Get FREE Research Reports E SOLAR-POWERED HAZARDOUS LOCATION LIGHT Larson Electronics' solar-powered, explosion-proof LED light fx- ture and solar panel combination includes a day/night sensor, manual on/of switch, and a motion sensor to maximize battery life. The HAL-LED-SOL12 is an ideal lighting solution for remote areas and stand-alone applications where connection to external power is either impractical or unavailable, company ofcials said. This 10-watt, 1,050-lumen output LED lamp fxture is a powerful yet compact hazardous location lighting solution that will improve overall illumination levels and light quality while reducing operat- ing costs. Larson Electronics E OBSTACLE DETECTION SYSTEM Mobile Awareness' MobileTRAQ Vue now includes the Sens- eStat Obstacle Detection Backing Sensor System. The low-cost SenseStat hardware add-on feature works with the MobileTRAQ Vue by displaying four zones behind the vehicle to help feets and drivers prevent backing accidents. The system automatically de- tects when the vehicle is in reverse and changes the display from monitoring the TireStat tire sensors to displaying the SenseStat backing sensors. The waterproof sensors work in all weather con- ditions. The MobileTRAQ Vue monitor displays all zones in real- time, indicating the specifc area closest to an object. Mobile Awareness

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