Eberle Design, Inc.

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In business since 1980, Eberle Design, Inc. (EDI) is recognized as a worldwide developer and manufacturer of reliable high-performance component products designed to enhance and augment traffic control systems. The EDI array of products including signal monitors, vehicle detectors, power supplies, flashers, load switches, and other vital infrastructure devices enables transportation professionals to integrate, automate, and manage traffic highways and intersections easily, efficiently and safely.

All EDI products are manufactured in the USA and comply with the requirements of Section 1605 of the ARRA Buy American Act.

Eberle Design is committed to a continuous program of research and development to support a complete offering of traffic signal cabinet auxiliary equipment. It is this program that has led to the development of a complete line of NEMA TS-1 and TS-2, 170/2070 and ATC/ITS type signal monitors, inductive loop detectors, isolators, power supplies, load switches, and flashers.

Eberle Design’s wide range of DEFLECTOMETER® series vehicle detection products help technicians save valuable time and maximize profits by quickly installing, accurately trouble-shooting, and reliably maintaining access control systems with easy to use hi-tech vehicle detectors.

The DEFLECTOMETER® detectors provide a built-in frequency meter, signal “CALL” strength meter, and non-volatile memory to maintain diagnostic history, all of which are invaluable and always available.

EDI signal monitor recertification program helps ensure safe operation and provides a new 2-year warranty. Increase safety and reduce your liability risk and maintenance.

According to experts in the company, traffic, access or railway control component products must be reliable due to the nature of the mission critical installations.  Public safety is a very high priority.
Future products being worked on today are Vehicle to Vehicle communications (V2V) and Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I).  This is a trend that you will read about in almost every traffic control journal published throughout the world.


Eberle Design, Inc.

Carl Zabel

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