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Display Types

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x 4 Digit Display (2.3 inch) (Show me details)

2.3" Numeric Display

With so many programming options you can make this counter display just about anything.  The most common use for this counter is to track safe days worked, but we've had people use this counter to track days until a project deadline, number of environmental incidents, static price display, and many more. The logic is simple.  Tell the sign how often you want to count, what direction to count, and how much to count by each time it counts.  Then simply set a current count, and the counter will begin following your instructions.  The configuration is stored in flash memory so if the power goes out, you won't need to reconfigure it.

Programming Options
Count up or count down or turn automatic counting off and the display will only show the number you set it to. Set the brightness level from dim to blinding (5 levels of brightness). Count action can be configured to occur every second, minute, hour, day, week, or month. Limit counting to certain days.  For example you might only want to count Monday to Friday and not count on weekends. Configure the display to count by any number from 1 to 99 and each time the counter counts it will increment or decrement by that number. Decimal point location can be set to light the decimal point at any location

For a walkthrough of how to program your numeric display, check out this video.

x 4 Digit Display (5 inch) (Show me details)

5" Numeric Display

With so many programming options you can make this counter display just about anything.  The most common use for this counter is to track safe days worked, but we've had people use this counter to track days until a project deadline, number of environmental incidents, static price display, and many more. The logic is simple.  Tell the sign how often you want to count, what direction to count, and how much to count by each time it counts.  Then simply set a current count, and the counter will begin following your instructions.  The configuration is stored in flash memory so if the power goes out, you won't need to reconfigure it.

Programming Options
Count up or count down or turn automatic counting off and the display will only show the number you set it to. Set the brightness level from dim to blinding (5 levels of brightness). Count action can be configured to occur every second, minute, hour, day, week, or month. Limit counting to certain days.  For example you might only want to count Monday to Friday and not count on weekends. Configure the display to count by any number from 1 to 99 and each time the counter counts it will increment or decrement by that number. Decimal point location can be set to light the decimal point at any location

By default these displays use only the decimal point, but the full comma can be enabled or disabled by setting a jumper on the back of the displays.

For a walkthrough of how to program your numeric display, check out this video.

x 4 Digit Display (8 inch) (Show me details)
x 4 Digit Display (12 inch) (Show me details)
x 5 Digit Display (12 inch) (Show me details)
x Multi-color Light (4 inch) (Show me details)

Multicolor Light (4")We source these lights from a carnival light manufacturer so they are plenty bright. 

Our controller handles up to twelve lights and allows you to set the color, brightness, and animation properties of each light individually.

You will need an IR remote control to choose between eight common colors, or a network controller to choose any color in the visible spectrum.  

Each lights can be set to flash at different speeds, fade, or cycle throught all colors with a rainbow effect.

See the operating instructions for this display.

x 2 Digit Display (5 inch) (Show me details)

Our 4 digit controller attached to only 2 5" digits.  This can make programming a little tricky, but for displaying static numbers up to 99 it is perfect.

x 6 Digit Timer (5 inch) (Show me details)

The timer display allows you count the hours, minutes, and seconds since an event.

Press the reset and the timer sets back to 00:00:00 (or a configurable value) and it begins to count.

Programming Options

Count Direction - Should the counter count up or down

Reset Time - What value should the timer be set to when RESET his pushed (Default 00:00:00) but can be set up to 99:59:59

Allow Negative Count - If counting down and 00:00:00 is reached

  • YES: Continue counting down.  Display will continue to count to -0:00:01 and continue counting negative to -9:59:59, if still not reset the display will continue to count, indicating a negative value with the left most decimal point until 9.9:59:59.  Useful for keeping track of a missed target.
  • NO: Stop counting at 00:00:00

Alternate Reset Button
Control the reset function with a number pad key.  Useful for controlling up to 10 timers in close proximity (all timers will respond to the RESET button, but only a timer with its alternate reset button programmed will reset when the configured number key is pressed.

x 10 Digit Timer (5 inch) (Show me details)

This 10 digit display offers the same functionality as our 4 digit display but adds the Hours, Minutes, and Seconds for a more active visualization of the time that has passed.  The seconds will continually tick as the corresponding minutes, hours, and days are updated each time the seconds roll over.

x 8 Digit Display (2.3 inch) (Show me details)

2.3" 8 digit hour counter

With so many digits and programming options you can make this counter display just about anything.  We've had people use this counter to track safe miles driven for an entire fleet, safe man hours worked, seconds until a project deadline, and many more. The logic is simple.  Tell the sign how often you want to count, what direction to count, and how much to count by each time it counts.  Then simply set a current count, and the counter will begin following your instructions.  The configuration is stored in flash memory so if the power goes out, you won't need to reconfigure it.

Programming Options
Count up or count down or turn automatic counting off and the display will only show the number you set it to. Set the brightness level from dim to blinding (5 levels of brightness). Count action can be configured to occur every second, minute, hour, day, week, or month. Limit counting to certain days.  For example you might only want to count Monday to Friday and not count on weekends. Configure the display to count by any number from 1 to 65,535 and each time the counter counts it will increment or decrement by that number. Decimal point location can be set to light the decimal point at any location, or to light the decimal points at thousandth's separator locations

Display Modes
This display can be configured to show the count in a couple different ways, or you can choose to use it as a clock or calendar display.

Current Count - Shows the current count
Clock - Shows the current time in HH MM SS format
Calendar - Shows the current date in DD-MM-YY format
Clock/Calendar - Alternate between Cock and Calendar display every 30 seconds

x 8 Digit Display (5 inch) (Show me details)

5" eight digit numeric counter

With so many digits and programming options you can make this counter display just about anything.  We've had people use this counter to track safe miles driven for an entire fleet, safe man hours worked, seconds until a project deadline, and many more. The logic is simple.  Tell the sign how often you want to count, what direction to count, and how much to count by each time it counts.  Then simply set a current count, and the counter will begin following your instructions.  The configuration is stored in flash memory so if the power goes out, you won't need to reconfigure it.

Programming Options Count up or count down or turn automatic counting off and the display will only show the number you set it to. Set the brightness level from dim to blinding (5 levels of brightness). Count action can be configured to occur every second, minute, hour, day, week, or month. Limit counting to certain days.  For example you might only want to count Monday to Friday and not count on weekends. Configure the display to count by any number from 1 to 65,535 and each time the counter counts it will increment or decrement by that number. Decimal point location can be set to light the decimal point at any location, or to light the decimal points at thousandth's separator locations

Display Modes This display can be configured to show the count in a couple different ways, or you can choose to use it as a clock or calendar display.

Current Count - Shows the current count
Clock - Shows the current time in HH MM SS format
Calendar - Shows the current date in DD-MM-YY format
Clock/Calendar - Alternate between Cock and Calendar display every 30 seconds

x 12 Digit Display (2.3 inch) (Show me details)

With so many digits and programming options you can make this counter display just about anything.  We've had people use this counter to track safe miles driven for an entire fleet, safe man hours worked, seconds until a project deadline, and many more. The logic is simple.  Tell the sign how often you want to count, what direction to count, and how much to count by each time it counts.  Then simply set a current count, and the counter will begin following your instructions.  The configuration is stored in flash memory so if the power goes out, you won't need to reconfigure it.

Programming Options
Our 12 digit display can be configured to count just about anything. Count up or count down or turn automatic counting off and the display will only show the number you set it to. Set the brightness level from dim to blinding (5 levels of brightness). Count action can be configured to occur every second, minute, hour, day, week, or month. Limit counting to certain days.  For example you might only want to count Monday to Friday and not count on weekends. Configure the display to count by any number from 1 to 65,535 and each time the counter counts it will increment or decrement by that number. Decimal point location can be set to light the decimal point at any location, or to light the decimal points at thousandth's separator locations (every third digit from right to left)

Display Modes
This display can be configured to show the count in a couple different ways, or you can choose to use it as a clock or calendar display.

Current Count - Shows the current count
DDD-HH-MM-SS - Shows the current count, hours, minutes, and seconds
Clock - Shows the current time in HH MM SS format
Calendar - Shows the current date in DD MM YYYY format
Clock/Calendar - Alternate between Cock and Calendar display every 30 seconds

x 12 Digit Display (5 inch) (Show me details)

With so many digits and programming options you can make this counter display just about anything.  We've had people use this counter to track safe miles driven for an entire fleet, safe man hours worked, seconds until a project deadline, and many more. The logic is simple.  Tell the sign how often you want to count, what direction to count, and how much to count by each time it counts.  Then simply set a current count, and the counter will begin following your instructions.  The configuration is stored in flash memory so if the power goes out, you won't need to reconfigure it.

Programming Options
Our 12 digit display can be configured to count just about anything. Count up or count down or turn automatic counting off and the display will only show the number you set it to. Set the brightness level from dim to blinding (5 levels of brightness). Count action can be configured to occur every second, minute, hour, day, week, or month. Limit counting to certain days.  For example you might only want to count Monday to Friday and not count on weekends. Configure the display to count by any number from 1 to 65,535 and each time the counter counts it will increment or decrement by that number. Decimal point location can be set to light the decimal point at any location, or to light the decimal points at thousandth's separator locations (every third digit from right to left)

Display Modes
This display can be configured to show the count in a couple different ways, or you can choose to use it as a clock or calendar display.

Current Count - Shows the current count
DDD-HH-MM-SS - Shows the current count, hours, minutes, and seconds
Clock - Shows the current time in HH MM SS format
Calendar - Shows the current date in DD MM YYYY format
Clock/Calendar - Alternate between Cock and Calendar display every 30 seconds

x 4 Digit Display (5 inch) with spacer (Show me details)

This is one of our regular counter displays with a 1.2" space between digits 1,2 and 3,4.  Commonly used for as static display of hours and minutes.

With so many programming options you can make this counter display just about anything.  The most common use for this counter is to track safe days worked, but we've had people use this counter to track days until a project deadline, number of environmental incidents, static price display, and many more. The logic is simple.  Tell the sign how often you want to count, what direction to count, and how much to count by each time it counts.  Then simply set a current count, and the counter will begin following your instructions.  The configuration is stored in flash memory so if the power goes out, you won't need to reconfigure it.

Programming Options  Count up or count down or turn automatic counting off and the display will only show the number you set it to. Set the brightness level from dim to blinding (5 levels of brightness). Count action can be configured to occur every second, minute, hour, day, week, or month. Limit counting to certain days.  For example you might only want to count Monday to Friday and not count on weekends. Configure the display to count by any number from 1 to 99 and each time the counter counts it will increment or decrement by that number. Decimal point location can be set to light the decimal point at any location

By default these displays use only the decimal point, but the full comma can be enabled or disabled by setting a jumper on the back of the displays.

x 6 Digit Display (5 inch) (Show me details)

With so many programming options you can make this counter display just about anything.  The most common use for this counter is to track safe hours worked, but we've had people use this counter to track days until a project deadline, number of environmental incidents, static price display, and many more. The logic is simple.  Tell the sign how often you want to count, what direction to count, and how much to count by each time it counts.  Then simply set a current count, and the counter will begin following your instructions.  The configuration is stored in flash memory so if the power goes out, you won't need to reconfigure it.

Programming Options Count up or count down or turn automatic counting off and the display will only show the number you set it to. Set the brightness level from dim to blinding (5 levels of brightness). Count action can be configured to occur every second, minute, hour, day, week, or month. Limit counting to certain days.  For example you might only want to count Monday to Friday and not count on weekends. Configure the display to count by any number from 1 to 99 and each time the counter counts it will increment or decrement by that number. Decimal point location can be set to light the decimal point at any location

By default these displays use only the decimal point, but the full comma can be enabled or disabled by setting a jumper on the back of the displays.

x 5 Digit Display (5 inch) (Show me details)

With so many programming options you can make this counter display just about anything.  The most common use for this counter is to track safe hours worked, but we've had people use this counter to track days until a project deadline, number of environmental incidents, static price display, and many more. The logic is simple.  Tell the sign how often you want to count, what direction to count, and how much to count by each time it counts.  Then simply set a current count, and the counter will begin following your instructions.  The configuration is stored in flash memory so if the power goes out, you won't need to reconfigure it.

Programming Options Count up or count down or turn automatic counting off and the display will only show the number you set it to. Set the brightness level from dim to blinding (5 levels of brightness). Count action can be configured to occur every second, minute, hour, day, week, or month. Limit counting to certain days.  For example you might only want to count Monday to Friday and not count on weekends. Configure the display to count by any number from 1 to 99 and each time the counter counts it will increment or decrement by that number. Decimal point location can be set to light the decimal point at any location

By default these displays use only the decimal point, but the full comma can be enabled or disabled by setting a jumper on the back of the displays.

Other Displays

Please choose additional types of displays to be included on your sign

Red Light (4 inch) (Show me details)

4 Inch Red Stoplight

We source each of these LED stoplight modules from a traffic signal company so each 4" diameter light is very visible!  The lights are controlled with our own stoplight controller module which allows you to set each light to on off or flashing.  All control methods are supported by this controller so you can configure the light manually with a pushbutton on the controller, with the IR remote, or via our network controller board.

 

Configurability 9 levels of brightness  Set Light On, Off or Flashing Three different flashing speeds

For a walkthrough of how to program your stoplight, check out this video.

Yellow Light (4 inch) (Show me details)

4 Inch Yellow Stoplight

We source each of these LED stoplight modules from a traffic signal company so each 4" diameter light is very visible!  The lights are controlled with our own stoplight controller module which allows you to set each light to on off or flashing.  All control methods are supported by this controller so you can configure the light manually with a pushbutton on the controller, with the IR remote, or via our network controller board.

Configurability 9 levels of brightness  Set Light On, Off or Flashing Three different flashing speeds

For a walkthrough of how to program your stoplight, check out this video.

Green Light (4 inch) (Show me details)

4 Inch Green Stoplight

We source each of these LED stoplight modules from a traffic signal company so each 4" diameter light is very visible!  The lights are controlled with our own stoplight controller module which allows you to set each light to on off or flashing.  All control methods are supported by this controller so you can configure the light manually with a pushbutton on the controller, with the IR remote, or via our network controller board.

 

Configurability 9 levels of brightness  Set Light On, Off or Flashing Three different flashing speeds

For a walkthrough of how to program your stoplight, check out this video.

Red Light (8 inch) (Show me details)

Red StoplightWe source each of these LED stoplight modules from a traffic signal company so each is 8" in diameter and very visible!  The lights are controlled with our own stoplight controller module which allows you to set each light to on off or flashing.  All control methods are supported by this controller so you can configure the light manually with a pushbutton on the controller, with the IR remote, or via our network controller board.

 

 

Configurability
9 levels of brightness 
Set Light On, Off or Flashing
Three
different flashing speeds

For a walkthrough of how to program your stoplight, check out this video.

Yellow Light (8 inch) (Show me details)

Yellow StoplightWe source each of these LED stoplight modules from a traffic signal company so each is 8" in diameter and very visible!  The lights are controlled with our own stoplight controller module which allows you to set each light to on off or flashing.  All control methods are supported by this controller so you can configure the light manually with a pushbutton on the controller, with the IR remote, or via our network controller board.

Configurability
9 levels of brightness 
Set Light On, Off or Flashing
Three
different flashing speeds

For a walkthrough of how to program your stoplight, check out this video.

Green Light (8 inch) (Show me details)

Green StoplightWe source each of these LED stoplight modules from a traffic signal company so each is 8" in diameter and very visible!  The lights are controlled with our own stoplight controller module which allows you to set each light to on off or flashing.  All control methods are supported by this controller so you can configure the light manually with a pushbutton on the controller, with the IR remote, or via our network controller board.

Configurability
9 levels of brightness 
Set Light On, Off or Flashing
Three
different flashing speeds

For a walkthrough of how to program your stoplight, check out this video.

Scrolling Message P6 16x96 (Show me details)

Full Color Scrolling Message Display

Our full color scrolling message solution was developed in house and is fully compatible with our control options. 

This display is powered by our network controller so for optimal results your sign will need to be connected to your company network.  If third party devices are not permitted on your network, a laptop can be directly connected to the sign in order to make updates to the messages.  Critical functionality for managing messages is also available directly from the IR remote control, but this method is not as easy, lacks control over certain features, and is therefore recommended only in situations where the first two options are not possible.

For more information please see our operating instructions and overview video.

Display size is roughly 3.75" x 22.75"

Benfits of this solution

Your sign will be upgraded with our network controller for no extra charge!

16Hx96W pixel full color display

Compatible with network control and IR remote.

Easily update messages from your desktop or phone browser

Schedule messages to play only on certain days, times of the day, or during a certain date range

Add dynamic text to your messages such as a "days since", "current time/date", "total hours since", etc

Play any full color animated gif's on the display

Outdoor Scrolling Message Sign Half Height (Show me details)

Half Height Large Scrolling Message Display

This outdoor scrolling message sign is brighter and bigger than our standard scrolling message sign.  Instead of an IR remote, the scrolling message sign is programmed using an ethernet connection and software on a connected PC.

Physical Display Area: 320mm x 1600mm  (6.3" x 63")

Resolution DPI: 16 pixels X 160 pixels

NOTE: Ethernet control of the scrolling message is NOT integrated with our network control module.  If you are ordering a network controller with this sign, you will need two ethernet connections to the sign.

BETA TESTERS WANTED: We have recently developed some software upgrades to our integrated network controller that allow it to control these larger displays.  If you are interested in adding integrated network control to your sign at no extra charge and are willing to beta test this new software please let us know.

Outdoor Scrolling Message Sign Full Height (Show me details)

Full Height Large Outdoor Scrolling Message Display

This outdoor scrolling message sign is brighter and bigger than our standard scrolling message sign.  Instead of an IR remote, the scrolling message sign is programmed using an ethernet connection and software on a connected PC.

Physical Display Area: 320mm x 1600mm  (12.6" x 63")

Resolution DPI: 32 pixels X 160 pixels

NOTE: Ethernet control of the scrolling message is NOT integrated with our network control module.  If you are ordering a network controller with this sign, you will need two ethernet connections to the sign.

BETA TESTERS WANTED: We have recently developed some software upgrades to our integrated network controller that allow it to control these larger displays.  If you are interested in adding integrated network control to your sign at no extra charge and are willing to beta test this new software please let us know.

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