Monday, April 16, 2018

Monday, April 16, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, April 16, 2018 - Cranford, New Jersey

Exceeds Caltrans Requirements with Eberle Design Inc.’s Model 242L DC Isolator

For more than 38 years, Eberle Design Inc. has provided technicians and engineers with reliable, high quality mission critical component products that improve the performance and lifecycle of traffic control systems. The Model 242L DC Isolator meets and exceeds all requirements of Caltrans QPL, TSCES January 1989 and Caltrans QPL,TEES March 2009 plus Errata #2 (December 2014). The Model 242L is powered by the cabinet 24VDC and is backward compatible with the Model 242. Jumpers for 100 millisecond minimum pulse output and input polarity are provided. To learn more about EDI’s Model 242L DC Isolator, contact Jon Muilenberg, EDI Sales Manager, at


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