LED signals installed in minutes

June 2010
Railway Gazette International;Jun2010, Vol. 166 Issue 6, p49
Trade Publication
The article reports on the structural trials of the respective light emitting diode (LED) signaling systems from Dorman and Variable Message Signs (VMS). VMS tested its Lightweight Signal system at Prees on the Shrewsberry-Crew railway route while Dorman has installed its Integrated Lightweight Signal (ILS) at two sites in South Wales. Readability trials of the two systems are being undertaken by Network Rail before the start of live structural trials. Both products share similar characteristics in terms of size and weight.


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