Shield Radar Speed Sign
Shield Radar Speed Displays
Capture and display speeds with the fastest-deploying, most rugged radar speed sign available – web-enabled for data collection and remote management
Shield 12 and Shield 15 radar speed signs lead the industry in quality and durability:
Lightweight and Portable: The Shield weighs just 12 or 18 lbs including mount, so you’ll use your sign more often, in more places and achieve better results.
Simple, Universal Mounting: One person can mount and deploy a Shield in minutes on pole, post, trailer or hitch. Permanent or portable mounting, it’s up to you. (See video on this page.)
Durable Construction: The Shield is extremely rugged and weatherproof, with welded aluminum enclosure, concealed mounting hardware, shatterproof Lexan and graffiti-resistant powder coat.
MUTCD Compliant: Meets the MUTCD minimum requirement of 12” digit size.
Amazing Battery Life / Flexible Power Options: Achieve up to several weeks of run time on a single charge. The dedicated compartment allows all-weather battery replacement. Accommodates almost any power source including Lithium battery, Integrated Solar, AC or trailer.
Remote Accessibility: Access and monitor the Shield radar speed sign from anywhere with an Internet connection using the ATS TraffiCloud web-based Remote Management Service.
Eliminate Data File Management: Upload data automatically, generate and share ready-made reports from computer or tablet. Easy-to-use interface with dashboard convenience.*requires TraffiCloud subscription
Receive Alerts: Get email or text alerts for tampering, low batteries and high-speed violators. *requires TraffiCloud subscription
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With the radar speed signs, we have had success in educating folks on the actual speeds they are choosing to drive as they enter communities, and this information helps them change their driving behavior.
– Ryan Oakley, District Engineer West Kootenay District British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure