Polara: iNX Push Button
iNX is the next generation of crosswalk accessibility, wireless connectivity and communication. iNX is designed for rectangular rapid flashing beacons (RRFB) and other approved flashing pedestrian crosswalk systems. It replaces Model-X and sets a new standard for pedestrian crossswalks with more features such as Bluetooth® 5.0 providing more speed, range and app capabilities.
- No control boards needed — Just connect cables.
- Works in AC or DC (solar applications)
- Button-to-button Bluetooth sync — No radios needed
- Modular speaker design with front and rear sound
- Bluetooth 5.0 — More speed, range and app capabilities
The iNX push button station is designed for use at a pedestrian crosswalk with in-pavement or overhead flashing yellow lights. The system consists of a 9”x12” instructional sign, a push button with directional arrow (bidirectional and blank buttons also available) for activating the flashing lights, a voice message, and one yellow LED above the push button that flashes when the street warning lights are flashing.
The iNX uses the same rugged housing as Polara’s “iNS” iNavigator. In addition to the push button, the iNX contains a speaker, a 10-watt RMS audio amplifier, a noise monitoring microphone for auto volume control, and LED indication.
The iNX operates off of the warning light system control unit via six wire connections (see page 2). The iNX has the same Bluetooth configuration interface as the “iNS” iNavigator, which is used to select audio messages, change settings, and download firmware updates. The Bluetooth can also communicate with other buttons, eliminating the need for separate radios to perform this function.