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Certifications and Public Interest Findings

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Public Interest Findings

The procurement of electronic traffic related products through projects must be compliant with state and federal regulations (23 CFR §635.411) when state and/or federal funding is included.  If a competitive bid is not possible for the specific electronic traffic related product and a patented or proprietary item must be selected, there are two processes that can be followed; Certification and Public Interest Finding (PIF).  A PIF is used when there are other suitable products available, but there is a demonstrable reason that is in the best interest of the public to select a particular product.  PIFs are requested by the agency and the appropriate form is sent to Traffic Operations Division, Signals-Lighting-ITS Section Manager.  (See Directions for additional information on submitting PIF documents) 

 

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Description

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 Statewide
District
County

 2018  1001-P01 OS 6000 Series Switches Alcatel Lucent
Enterprises
Ethernet switch meeting NEMA TS2 for temperature and support for SPB protocol  10/01/2018  09/30/2020

Statewide

               
               
               
               
               

 

Certifications

The procurement of electronic traffic related products through projects must be compliant with state and federal regulations (23 CFR §635.411) when state and/or federal funding is included.  If a competitive bid is not possible for the specific electronic traffic related product and a patented or proprietary item must be selected, there are two processes that can be followed; Certification and Public Interest Finding (PIF).  A Certification is used when the product is required for synchronization of the existing traffic system or if no suitable alternative exists.  Certifications are requested by the agency and the appropriate form is sent to Traffic Operations Division, Signals-Lighting-ITS Section Manager.  (See Directions for additional information on submitting Certification documents)


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Model

Manufacturer

Description

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Duration

Statewide
District
County

2017  0301-C01 980 ATC Traffic Signal Controller TS1/TS2 Type 2  Trafficware Clark County controllers to operate traffic signal systems and the software used to coordinate with RTC/FAST  03/01/2017  03/01/2019 

District 1

2017 0522-C01 Opticom Emergency Vehicle Preemption: 764 Phase Selector, 721 & 722 Detectors, 138 Detector Cable, 768 Aux Input Panel Global Traffic Technologies, LLC Allows emergency vehicles to preempt normal traffic signal sequence. Devices tie into the regional Central Management System Software operated by the RTC of Southern NV. 05/22/2017 05/22/2022 District 1
2017 0522-C02 MMU-1600GE Malfunction Management Unit Reno A&E Monitors traffic signal field outputs and the controller for faults and possible conflicts, and sets the signal to flash if unsafe faults are detected 05/22/2017 05/22/2022 District 1
2017 0522-C03 980 ATC Traffic Controller w/ Apogee Actuated Signal Controller Sofware Trafficware Only traffic signal controller that works on the current regional traffic signal management system. Allows for coordinated signal timing, remote monitoring and control, and data collection. 05/22/2017 05/24/2022 District 1