The PCMT 8000 uses less harnesses to test the same amount of monitor types as previous tester models, has integrated Port1/SDLC testing capability, now has Flashing Yellow Arrow Tests and retains the ease-of-use of the Windows setup and operating software that has been enhanced to be even more user-friendly!
Where do you keep your big box of suspect BIUs; under your desk or tucked nicely out of sight on that dusty old shelf? No longer do traffic signal techs have to play the "BIU Swap Game"! Quickly and reliably check any BIU with the BIUT-820 which provides comprehensive, fully automated testing in the field or at the shop.
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The Virtual Cabinet (TVC-3800) The Graphical Intersection Interface allows the user to choose from existing layouts or to draw their own intersection layout. The TS2 Frame Grabber allows technicians to view, sort, and analyze all SDLC frames that were transmitted up to 30 minutes prior.
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The ATSI HILT-Kit is easy to use, with quick and accurate tools designed to test and measure the parameters of inductive loops used in the Traffic Signal, Vehicle Data Collection, and Parking industries.
The LST-650 NEMA Load Switch Tester (Tester) is an automated tester designed to test Load Switches
used in traffic signal installations conforming with NEMA Specifications.
Our Online Training and certification courses cover the PCMT 8000.
Training qualifies for TARP Points for IMSA Members!
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The Test Manager Software Application for Desktop PC, Laptop, Tablets and Smartphones.
ASPT is compatible with USB or wireless connection.
And optional barcode scanning for fast entering of device serial numbers
The ATSI SST-450 Surge Suppressor Tester is designed to quickly and easily test all commonly used transient voltage suppressors: metal-oxide varistors (MOVs), gas-discharge tubes (GDTs), silicon avalanche diodes (SADs), thyristor surge protective devices (TSPDs), and hybrid devices.