It is important to understand what your Portable Traffic Signal System (PTSS) is trying to tell you through its various warnings and alerts.
In case of any problem, the PTSS can notify you via the HRC by means of warnings and critical alerts.
Warnings are notified on the screen as ‘Alert’ and 3 quick beeps. They are non-critical issues that need to be investigated but do not result in an ‘all red’ state.
Critical alerts are more serious, and always result in an ‘all red’ state, which means that both PTSUs will be changed to red for safety. Most critical alerts also result in a system shutdown.
See the tables below; the HRC screen will also advise the operator if the following error has occurred:
|PTSU won't start||Battery is too low|
Fuse has blown
|Replace with fully charged battery
Replace fuse in junction box
|HRC won't start||Battery is too low||Recharge HRC battery|
|HRC not responsive||Firmware conflict||Power off and restart|
|One lantern LED aspect is not working||Cable connection issue|
LED lights are faulty
Replace LED aspect with correct colour
|PTSU is not responding||Fault or distance too great||Restart or move PTSU closer|
|Visual indicator light is not working||Cable connection issue||Restart or deactivate and contact support|
|Start of Self Test sequence errors||Many potential causes||Check error code tables below; contact support|
|PTSU moved alert||Inaccurate GPS fix||Realign PTSU and then restart. Refer to user manual|
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