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Model-X Crosswalk Button Station

The Model-X push button station (PBS) is designed for use at a pedestrian crosswalk with in-pavement or overhead flashing yellow lights.

Polara Model X Crosswalk Button Station

The Model-X push button station (PBS) is designed for use at a pedestrian crosswalk with in-pavement or overhead flashing yellow lights. Working in conjunction with a control unit, the Model-X provides an instructional sign, a push button with directional arrow for activating the flashing lights, a voice message, and a group of yellow LEDs which flash in sync with the street lighting. The Model-X uses the same rugged and reliable push button station and housing as Polara’s EZ COMM Navigator PBS.

The Model-X is a hi-reliability, state-of-the-art signal system which provides the following features:

  • High-reliability, full-featured push button with raised directional arrow.
  • Installs easily and operates using either a 120 VAC or DC powered Control Unit.
  • Features a locating tone and voice-on-location message, with ambient sound compensation.
  • In-unit LEDs are synchronized to crosswalk sign, in-pavement, or overhead lights.

XAV2E-LED Push Button Station:

  • Full-featured station designed for use at pedestrian crosswalk with in-pavement or overhead flashing lights.
  • Works in conjunction with multiple option control units.
  • Provides instructional sign, push button with directional arrow for activating flashing lights, group of 3 LEDs which flash in sequence with crosswalk lighting, a locate tone (optional), and voice message.
  • Same rugged, reliable push button and housing as Polara’s EZ COMM Navigator.
  • Automatic volume adjustment to ambient sound level via noise monitoring microphone, 10watt RMS audio amplifier, and built-in speaker.
  • The XAV2E-LED is supplied with an 8 position terminal block ready for connection to a Control Unit.
  • Supplied with stainless steel mounting hardware and installation instructions.
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Cut Sheets & Related Documents
XAV2E LED Cut Sheet

Model XAV2E-LED Push Button Station

This is the specification/cut sheet for the Model XAV2E-LED Push Button Station.

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XAVCU2 Cut Sheet

XAVCU2 Model X Control Board - 120 AC Powered

This is the specification/cut sheet for the 120 VAC powered Model X control board.

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Control Units
XAVCU2 Control Unit

XAVCU2

The XAVCU2 is a control unit that works in conjunction with Polara’s XAV2E-LED Push Button Stations, and provides a system for playing a voice message at a pedestrian crosswalk where flashing yellow lights are installed. The XAVCU2 control board is powered by a 120 VAC supply. Part number for ordering is XAVCU2. Also available, is the XAVCU2F which provisions the control board with a flash control option via two normally open relays.

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XAVCU2-DC Control Unit

XAVCU2-DC

The XAVCU2-DC is a control unit that works in conjunction with Polara’s XAV2E-LED Push Button Stations, and provides a system for playing a voice message at a pedestrian crosswalk where flashing yellow lights are installed. The XAVCU2-DC control board is powered by a 10 to 24 VDC supply allowing this unit to be powered directly from a battery for solar powered applications. Part number for ordering is XAVCU2-DC. Also available, is the XAVCU2F-DC which provisions the control board with a flash control option via two normally open relays.

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Accessories
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Model X Accessories

The Model X uses the same aluminum casting as the ENavigator (EN2 and EN4) so all of the hardware accessories under the EN2 Push Button Station will work with the Model X unless otherwise noted. Please visit EN2 Model Accessories section.

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Installation & Operation Manuals
XAV2E LED Installation

Model XAV2E-LED Push Button Station Installation Manual

This is the complete manual on the Installation of a Model X Push Button Station.

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Videos
Model-X Demo Video

Model XAV2E-LED Push Button Station Installation Manual

This is the complete manual on the Installation of a Model X Push Button Station.

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