CTC is proud to offer one-of-a-kind traffic signal cabinet training classes. The two-day class covers the history, nomenclature, components, and features of traffic cabinets and dedicates a full day to hands-on troubleshooting. 

Our Traffic Signal Cabinet Mobile Learning Lab is on tour and is likely coming to a city near you! For information on our class schedule or to request a future class in your area, call 800-448-8841. Class size is limited!

With multiple systems installed across municipalities, traffic technicians can easily be confused and overwhelmed when trying to troubleshoot a traffic signal cabinet... but with the hands-on training and support at the CTC Mobile Learning Lab, I am now able to look in a cabinet and diagnose, isolate, and repair problems with confidence.
— Jonathan Elliot, Haltom City, Texas

2019 Class Schedule:

— March 12-13 (Arlington, TX)
— March 25-26 (IMSA Tulsa)
— March 27-28 (IMSA Tulsa)
— April 23-24 (Rio Rancho, NM)
— April 25-26 (Las Cruces, NM)
— May 7-8 (Arlington, TX)
— May 14-15 (Edinburg, TX)
— August 13-14 (Arlington, TX)
— November 5-6 (Arlington, TX)

*Dates and Locations are subject to change. RSVP is required. Additional classes can be requested in your area. Call 800.448.8841 for information and requests.

Day One/Intro To A Traffic Signal Cabinet
Learning Objectives:

-- Major Compnents in a NEMA Cabinet
-- Fundamentals of Electricity: Volts, Amps, Watts, Ohms Law
-- The History of the NEMA Cabinet
-- Features of a NEMA Controller
-- Breaking through the nomenclature: NEMA, ATC TS-1, TS-2, etc.
-- Conflict Monitor (MMU)
-- Bus Interface Unit (BIU), the Load Switch and the Flasher
-- Police Panel, the Card Rack, and the Power Panel
-- Cabinet Print Reading and Application

Day Two/Troubleshooting Cabinets
Learning Objectives:

-- Hands-On Troubleshooting Clinic
-- The "Rules of the Road"
-- Utilizing "Best Practices"