SOLAR LTN-LCD combines solar lighting (though that is optional), with real-time information display and audio announcement. A compact, real-time display and light.
SOLARIS REAL-TIME combines real-time public transport information and shelter lighting in one sleek design. Real-time information displays are a common feature in major cities such as London, Manchester, and Edinburgh, but users of public transport in more rural locations have generally been kept less well informed, until now.
SOLARIS REAL-TIME provides a single line LTN-LCD display capable of taking data from a variety of different sources. Its elegant, compact design incorporates all necessary communication equipment, making it extremely easy to install.
With its occupancy sensor and targeted high-bright LED technology, SOLARIS REAL-TIME provides quality illumination whenever required, and only when required.
Add to this up-to-date real-time public transport arrival and departure information and the local messaging provided by the real-time LTN-LCD display, and it’s easy to see why passengers at shelters with SOLARIS REAL-TIME are both better lit and better informed.
Controlling each SOLARIS REAL-TIME, is the incredible
HERMES UltraLite – our ultra low powered LPS-designed microcomputer. As HERMES UltraLite requires so little energy, SOLARIS REAL-TIME can run, powered only by a back-up battery, for several weeks should the main power source fail. SOLARIS REAL-TIME is supply-agnostic and can be powered by mains, night switched or solar sources, making it suitable for any location.
SOLARIS LIGHT is a cost-effective way to add lighting to a shelter where power provision is difficult.
Sleek and robust, it is solar-powered and includes a battery pack capable of keeping the light on in winter. SOLARIS LIGHT is designed to be expandable. You may choose to fit lighting then add the real-time module later – the real-time module linking to the existing power system (it actually uses very little power itself).
In fact the SOLARIS LIGHT module can act as a host and power supply for a range of hardware modules – LTN-LCD, audio and environmental monitoring.