k_stokes2 karma2014-01-01 03:23:39 UTC
my S110 has been absolutely fantastic. You'll love the S120!
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k_stokes2 karma2014-01-01 03:48:41 UTC
Are there detailed service manuals, test procedures and exploded diagrams of the cameras available? Or are the techs forced to just wing it?
I can't help but think that it would be nice to refer to a document to find out exactly what screw fits where, or what voltages should be present at the output of the dc-dc and where to look if one of them is low, etc.
k_stokes1 karma2015-04-25 17:12:54 UTC
Hmm.. I can't help but think:
-6 minutes would assume you're the first car to trip the sensor. If there were a somewhat steady trickle of cars coming from that street, you would statistically wait an average of 3 minutes for the light to change as there would likely be other cars which have already arrived at the intersection. And if that makes a major street flow smoothly, pros > cons ?
k_stokes1 karma2015-04-25 17:33:00 UTC
Are there plans to use cameras / other devices to predict traffic flow, rather than use set timed values?
I can't count the number of times I have been stuck at a red light with numerous other cars, while the cross direction is green with zero traffic flow. After a 10-15 second wait, the opposing direction goes red just before a dozen cars arrive at it and have to stop to let us through.
I can't help but think "if there were a way for the controller to see that the intersection has no traffic flow, and that there are cars which will be arriving from an intersection which is 15 seconds away, perhaps it could have switched this intersection green, let us through, and changed to green in the cross direction in time for the cars which are now waiting", everything would speed up.
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