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Tunnel Operators Forum – Brighton

Tunnel Operators Forum - Brighton 1

Coeval will be attending this year’s Road Tunnels Forum on the 6th and 7th of November in the city of Brighton & Hove. This is a great opportunity for Coeval to showcase their intelligent Overheight Vehicle Detection (OVD) system and their new Tunnel Lane Control signage.

They will be on hand to answer all your technical questions, addressing your issues and the problems faced in today’s complex bridge and tunnel systems. Coeval are at the forefront of combatting the problem of bridge and tunnel strikes, tackling tunnel lane control issues head on. Coeval continue to install and maintain intelligent road signs all over the UK to prevent such accidents from happening.

The Forum will have manufacturers and suppliers on hand to demonstrate their technology. Don’t miss this chance to talk and network with tunnel operators who are at the sharp end of the technological challenges that lay ahead in the industry.

Overheight Vehicle Detection (OVD) system

Key features

  • Wireless and GSM options available
  • Robust, vandal-resistant and purpose-built
  • Signs utilise one-piece face construction
  • Full range of character sizes available
  • Remote user interface and text message alerts
  • Option of an SMS alerting service

Specifications

  • UK Highways Agency specifications: TR2515 for detection systems, TR 2516 for signs
  • OVD system: UK Highways Agency type approved to TR2515
  • LED warning signs: type approved to TR2516/BS EN 12966
  • Working range: Up to 35 metres (50 metres optional)
  • Height accuracy: +/- 1mm in still air
  • Message duration: 1 to 99 seconds
  • Delay before sign activation: 0 to 15 seconds
  • Controller size: 460mm x 315mm x 160mm
  • Weak signal tolerance: Up to 80% signal loss tolerant
  • Sign case: Maintenance free, powder coated aluminium
  • Wireless radio link: Licence free. ETSI EN 300-200 compliant
  • Housing: IP66 Enclosure

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