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Lightning and Transient Protection for Traffic Signal Controllers

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Lightning and Transient Protection for Traffic Signal Controllers
Film

Subtitle: The Nuts and Bolts of Jolts

A 1993 Federal Highway Administration film (VH-439).

This film is available courtesy of the FedFlix.

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal License (Public Domain Dedication).

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1993
Duration: 22:30
Addresses problem of damage to traffic control equipment due to electrical noise and transients (voltage spikes and surges) due to lightning, switching, and radiated electromagnetic interference (EMI) from radio and TV stations, radar, and mobile radio transmitters. Describes procedures, practices and specifications for the protection of traffic control equipment and other types of equipment operated by transportation agencies. Topics include lightning and transient protection device selection, placement, installation, grounding, bonding, shielding, and maintenance. Based on NCHRP Report 317.
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