By definition, portable signals have to cover a variety of road conditions and this has to be balanced by a flexible means of setup and operation. The following examples offer a glimpse into the wide range of junction layouts supported by the EVO series controllers.
Example road layouts
TWO PHASE SHUTTLE WORKING
Two Phase Shuttle working – The most commonly used signal configuration.
SHUTTLE WORKING SHOWING A SINGLE PEDESTRIAN CROSSING POINT
The most commonly used signal/ pedestrian configuration. System can be expanded with more crossing points.
FOUR PHASE CROSSROAD JUNCTION
Junction with up to four pedestrian crossing points. Also includes two opposed vehicle phases.
FIVE-WAY STAGGERED JUNCTION PLUS PED
A staggered junction with multi vehicle phases with 2 signal heads per approach. Allows up to 4 pedestrian crossing points.
INDEPENDENT DUAL CARRIAGEWAY LAYOUT WITH A STAGGERED PEDESTRIAN FACILITY
Independent pedestrian crossing phases, for sites with a central refuge. Multi headed options on vehicle approaches.