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Transportation Network NTCIP Device Compliance

Comtrol Comtrol’s DeviceMaster® device servers and RocketLinx™ Industrial Ethernet switches enable interoperability of transportation control system devices compliant with NTCIP standards while providing essential real-time control between traffic management centers and those devices.

In order for a complete traffic control system to effectively operate using different manufacturers’ devices within the same system, the devices must be able to communicate through set communication standards. In 1996, the United States Federal Government deployed the National Transportation Communications for Intelligent Transportation Systems Protocol, (NTCIP) establishing standard protocols necessary to allow traffic control equipment from different manufacturers to operate with each other without complications. The transportation industry enabled traffic control system manufacturers to produce devices, equipment and applications compliant with NTCIP requirements that can “mix and match” with products made by a variety of other manufacturers.

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REACH Compliance

All Comtrol products are compliant with REACH regulations, which help prevent potentially harmful chemical effects

REACH: Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation, and Restriction of Chemicals. Read how all of Comtrol’s products are compliant with these regulations, to address the safety and protection of the environment and human communities from potentially harmful chemical substances.

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RocketLinx ES7110-VB

ES7110-VBThe RocketLinx ES7110-VB is an unmanaged IEEE 802.3af compliant PoE switch designed for connecting a wide range of industrial PoE equipment such as IP surveillance cameras, wireless access points, point-of-sale systems, and other devices utilizing 12/24V vehicle power sources or 24V standard industrial power.

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PULS ML60.242

ES8509-XTThe PULS ML60.242 is a compact, industrial-class DIN rail power supply designed for harsh environments where inrush current limitation and wide temperature capabilities are required. The ML60.242 features high immunity against electrical disturbances and operates in an extended temperature range to reliably function in even the most demanding environments. Standard features include low no-load losses, excellent partial load efficiency, and an operating temperature range compliant with the NEMA TS2 traffic standard.

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