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Assistive Product Taster Typ PiT | Taster Typ Plus

Product Type:

Orientation aids
Additional device for traffic light systems

Areas of Application:

  • for blind people
  • for severely visually impaired people
  • for orientation in road traffic

Description:

The combination of acoustics and request button offers a wide range of advantages, especially when equipping a traffic light system for the blind.

Pushbutton type PiT:
With the PiT pushbutton, the pilot tone is controlled via the central electronics of the acoustic. At the same time, users also hear the pilot tone from the pushbutton, making it easier to find the traffic light post.

Pushbutton type Plus:
With the Plus pushbutton, the vibration element of the pushbutton is controlled by the electronics of the acoustic. This allows the cost of equipping an LTA to be reduced even further.

Features / Components:

  • Sensor pushbutton for signal request at traffic lights combined with acoustic device

Price (without guarantee):

The price is available on request from the manufacturer / distributor.

Product Information from the Manufacturer / Distributor:

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Further Information

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Please contact the manufacturer or distributor.

Manufacturer:

RTB GmbH & Co. KG
Schulze-Delitzsch-Weg 10
33175 Bad Lippspringe
Germany Telephone: 05252 9706-0 Email: info@rtb-bl.de Homepage: https://www.rtb-bl.de/

Distributor:

RTB GmbH & Co. KG
Schulze-Delitzsch-Weg 10
33175 Bad Lippspringe
Germany Telephone: 05252 9706-0 Email: info@rtb-bl.de Homepage: https://www.rtb-bl.de/

Versions:

  • Type PiT - Pilot tone audible from the pushbutton
  • Type Plus - Vibration signal
Other:
Legal standards and guidelines are fulfilled, among others. a.o. DIN VDE 0832-100, DIN 32981, ISO 23600: 2007, ÖNORM V2100 and V2101

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Reference Number:

DIAS/130447


Source :

DIAS


Last Update: 3 May 2023