OpticOm™ GpS SyStem Vehicle equipment

OpticOm™ GpS SyStem Vehicle equipment
Opticom™ PRIORITY CONTROL SYSTEM
Opticom™ GPS System Vehicle Equipment
Opticom™ System Components for Environments with GPS Technology
Description
The Opticom™ GPS System assists authorized
priority vehicles through signalized intersections by
providing temporary right-of-way through the use of
common traffic controller functions.
The Opticom™ GPS System consists of the
following matched components:
Vehicle Equipment
• O
pticom™ Model 2100 High Priority
Radio/GPS Control Unit
–OR–
Opticom™ Model 2101
Low Priority Radio/GPS Control Unit
• Opticom™ Model 1050 GPS/Radio Antenna
• Opticom™ Model 2171 Vehicle Interface Cable
Intersection Equipment
• O
pticom™ Model 1010 GPS Radio Unit
containing a GPS receiver with antenna
and a 2.4 GHz spread spectrum transceiver
with antenna
–OR–
Opticom™ Model 1012 GPS Radio Unit
containing a GPS receiver and a 2.4 GHz spread
spectrum transceiver, with Opticom™ Model
1050 GPS/Radio Antenna and Opticom™ Model
1072 GPS Cable Assembly
• Opticom™ Model 764 Multimode Phase Selector
Global Traffic Technologies, LLC
(GTT), formed in 2007 from
3M’s pioneering Intelligent
• O
pticom™ Model 760 Card Rack or Model 770
Gate Opener Card Rack
• Opticom™ Model 768 Auxiliary Interface Panel
Opticom™ GPS System vehicle equipment is
mounted on the priority vehicle. Its GPS receiver
obtains information from the constellation of global
positioning satellites. This information is used to
compute the location, speed and heading of the
vehicle. This information, along with a priority
request and the state of the vehicle’s turn signal,
is broadcast using the 2.4 GHz spread spectrum
transceiver.
Opticom™ GPS System intersection equipment
receives the radio transmission from the vehicle
equipment. The intersection equipment then
compares the information being received from
the vehicle with the parameters stored in the
intersection equipment’s memory. If the vehicle
is heading toward the intersection in a predefined
approach corridor, is requesting preemption
or priority and has met all other programmed
parameters, the corresponding phase selector
output is activated. This output is connected to
the traffic controller.
When activated, the controller cycles to grant a
green light to the requesting vehicle or holds the
green, allowing the vehicle to pass through the
intersection.
The Opticom™ Model 760 Card Rack or Model
770 Gate Opener Card Rack provide the power
and logic wiring for the Opticom™ Model 764
Multimode Phase Selector, which plugs directly
into a slot in the unit. The Opticom™ Model 768
Auxiliary Interface Panel provides connections for
monitoring green phases and provides additional
priority control outputs as well as additional outputs
for time synchronization and confirmation lights.
• Opticom™ Model 1070 GPS Installation Cable
Transportation Systems business,
is the manufacturer of Opticom™
priority control systems and
Canoga™ traffic sensing systems.
Building critical
traffic connections
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Opticom™ GPS System Vehicle Equipment
Opticom™ System Components for Environments with GPS Technology
Features
Operating Parameters
Opticom™ GPS System vehicle equipment is intended for use on
priority vehicles. The vehicle equipment kit consists of the compact
Opticom™ Model 2100 or 2101 Radio/GPS Control Unit containing
a GPS receiver and a 2.4 GHz spread spectrum transceiver, used with
the Opticom™ Model 1050 GPS/Radio Antenna and the Opticom™
Model 2171 Vehicle Interface Cable.
• Temperature: -34°C to +74°C (-30°F to +165°F)
• High or low priorities selected by model
Opticom™ GPS System vehicle equipment has the following features:
– 15 vehicle classes
•Operates on 10-36 VDC
– 9999 vehicle IDs
•Vehicle interface inputs 10-36 VDC
– Over 38 million combinations per priority level
•Less than 2 amps peak current draw
•User-programmable reference vehicle name (up to 40 characters)
•Configurable turn signal sense inputs with multiple
activation options
•Self-diagnosis
•Speed pulse sense (future)
•Turn signal monitoring transmitted to intersection
•Reverse/Neutral sense (future)
•RS485/J1708 serial interfaces
•4 configurable outputs (future)
•GPS data output
•2 configurable inputs (future)
•Ethernet port
•Status indicators
•USB Port
– On/Off switch
•RS-232 serial port
• Humidity: 5% to 95% relative
• User-programmable vehicle ID code, which is transmitted to
intersection equipment
– 254 agency IDs
•Non-obstructed transmission at least 2,500 feet (762 m)
– Status
– Radio
– Link
– Priority
Opticom™ Model 1050 GPS/Radio Antenna
– Disable
Opticom™ Model 2100 High Priority Radio/GPS Control Unit
• Brightness level of indicators is photosensor controlled with
separate settings for day and night
Opticom™ Model 2101 Low Priority Radio/GPS Control Unit
•Capability to control an Opticom™ Infrared emitter through a single
control module
Physical Dimensions
Opticom™ Model 2100 or 2101 Radio/GPS Control Unit
•Option to add dead reckoning unit (future)
Length: 7.25 in. (18.4 cm)
•Additional GPS output in NMEA format for other onboard uses
Width: 5.44 in. (13.8 cm)
•Vehicle identification encoding; selectable at installation
Height: 1.63 in. (4.1 cm)
•25-foot interface cable for installation flexibility
Weight: 1.2 lb. (0.5 kg)
•Available Windows™ Configuration and Maintenance Software
• Configurable operating mode of disable input
– Latching or non-latching
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– Disable trigger method
- +12 VDC to ground
- Ground to +12 VDC
• Configurable remote activation mode
Global Traffic Technologies, LLC
7800 Third Street North
St. Paul, Minnesota 55128-5441
1-800-258-4610
651-789-7333
www.gtt.com
Global Traffic Technologies Canada, Inc.
157 Adelaide Street West
Suite 448
Toronto, ON M5H 4E7
Canada
1-800-258-4610
Opticom™ Model 2171 Vehicle Interface Cable
•Meets FCC part 15 Class A specifications
•Adapter available for upgrading from previous generation
equipment without rewiring
Building critical
traffic connections
The following reference model numbers appear on the shipping boxes
and serial plate labels:
– Apply+ 10-36 VDC
– Apply + 5VDC
– Apply ground
• Configurable activation method
– Light bar and/or manual
Opticom™ Model 1050 GPS/Radio Antenna
Diameter: 2.85 in. (7.2 cm)
Height: 1.4 in. (3.5 cm)
Cable Length: 15.0 ft. (4.6 m)
Weight with Cables: 0.6 lbs. (0.30 kg)
Model 2173 Vehicle Interface Cable Adapter for using
previous generation harness
The Model 2173 Vehicle Interface Cable Adapter is available for
purchase separately if you are upgrading from a Model 1020 or 1021
Vehicle Control Unit using a Model 1071 vehicle interface harness to
a Model 2100 or 2101 Radio/GPS Control Unit. By using the Model
2173 Vehicle Interface Cable Adapter, you will not need to rewire
the vehicle. In this case, you will not need the Model 2171 Vehicle
Interface Cable that is included with your new vehicle kit.
For complete warranty information visit www.gtt.com.
Opticom and the GTT logo are trademarks of Global Traffic Technologies, LLC. Used under license in Canada.
Windows is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation in the United States.
Please recycle. Printed in U.S.A.© Global Traffic Technologies, LLC 2012. All rights reserved. 75-0301-1342-9 (C)
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