New generation traffic light controller designed and developed on Linux operating system for managing medium and large traffic light systems: up to 64 groups of 192 outputs. Its hardware and software flexibility allows it to be used either as a single controller or divided into reduced controllers in a single unit. Composed of modular cards, standard format, it allows the controller to be easily adapted to the hardware requirements of the systems. The logic is developed with the aid of interconnected processors with a highly reliable multi-bus system and high functional performance. It allows controlling the intersection both in stand-alone and subjected to a remote centralized system. MAXIMUM CAPACITY 64 groups (192 power outputs) 64 loop detector 28 digital inputs 144 digital outputs 20 relay outputs 32 semaphoric plans TECHNICAL DATA Power supply: 230Vac/110Vac -20% + 15% (42Vac available on request) Consumption (lamps excluded): 80VA Maximum controller load: 6000 W. Max. load for each output: 800 W. Output fuse: 4A type EF Hold time: 100 ms Operating temperature: -40°C +70°C. CONNECTIVITY Serial ports RS232-422, USB Ethernet Port Wi-Fi & Bluetooth Modem 2G, 3G, 4G VP COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS NTCIP 1202 MODBUS STCWEB (SCAE) UTOPIA (SWARCO MIZAR ) PASPA SIGMA+ (ELSAG DATAMAT) USER INTERFACE APP for Smartphone and/ or Tablet (Android & iOS) Local panel with TFT display and Touch panel as an option Remote local panel emulation CONTROL CAPACITY Two single intersections Centralized and/or Local Adaptive algorithms for Plan and/or Plan Selection Generation Calendar clock synchronization via GPS ACCESS AND CONFIGURATION Integrated Webserver APP for Personal Computer Windows DATA COLLECTION Generation of local files and transmission to other systems of di: Statistics data Traffic data Environmental data Diagnostics and operating data DIAGNOSTICS Diagnostics of correct functionality of inside and outside parts through offline and online diagnostics routine CONFORMITY CE certified in conformity with European norms EN50556:2011, EN50293:2012, EN12675:2000