Deploying InSync

Components

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InSync is compatible with all makes and models of traffic signal cabinets, controllers and detection devices. There’s no need to throw out the equipment you’ve already invested in or to purchase new detection devices, servers or central system software. Simply plug your equipment into InSync, and instantly your controllers and signals are transformed into artificially-intelligent traffic-moving machinery.

We offer a wide range of connection options including our custom Y-cables which make for fast, easy, error-free installation. All InSync components are assembled in the USA under a rigorous Quality Management System (QMS) process that meet or exceed the requirements of ISO9001:2008/AS9100.  Contact us for an assessment of the right InSync components for your traffic control equipment.




InSync Processor

InSync Processor Labeled

The processor is the heart of the InSync system. This computer, installed in the traffic signal cabinet at each intersection, holds all the artificial intelligence of the adaptive system. The InSync Processor gathers and calculates detection information from all sources available (such as video cameras, loops and pedestrian intercepts) and then determines the service priority for each approach. The processor places only two calls to the existing traffic controller to actuate signal phases.

As a modern, digital state machine, the processor can choose whichever state will best serve traffic demand. InSync then sends the appropriate call to your controller and the signals adapt to traffic demand immediately.

FEATURES

• Video processing for up to 5 networked InSync cameras
• Remote monitoring/configuration via a web interface
• Tied to back panel, enabling monitoring of light status
• Password protection for access on shared networks
• Automatic per-phase and per-lane traffic counts
• Advanced emergency/ fog mode based on historical data with InSync cameras
• VGA video port for monitoring at cabinet
• 2 USB ports for keyboard/mouse and field upgrades
•10/100 Mbps Ethernet port
• Fuses together multiple forms of detection resulting in maximum accuracy with InSync:Fusion
• Compatible with all types of traffic controllers and cabinets for fast, easy installation
• Flexible and extensive input/output options for advanced functionality

Specifications

Power Weight Temperature Humidity Dimensions
24VDC,
Min. 150W
3.2 kg
(7 lbs)

Operating:
-40°C to 74°C
(-40°F to 165°F)

Non-Operating:
-40°C to 85°C
(-40°F to 185°F)

Operating:
10% to 90%
non-condensingNon-Operating:
5% to 95%
non-condensing

330s-STYLE:
19” STANDARD RACK MOUNTABLE
426mm wide x 241mm deep x 82.6mm tall
(16.75” wide x 9.5” deep x 3.25” tall)

NEMA-STYLE:
SHELF MOUNTABLE
150mm wide x 241mm deep x 275.5mm tall
(5.9” wide x 9.5” deep x 10.8” tall)

InSync Processor

330s Style

Nema Processor

NEMA-Style

 

Detection Camera

InSync’s proprietary video detection uses high-performance Samsung IP® digital cameras to measure real-time traffic occupancy, queue length and delay. Each camera is delivered to you ready for installation in a weatherproof enclosure and connects to both power and Ethernet in just seconds. You have direct access to live camera views and settings via the InSync WebUI.

Features

•  Samsung SNZ-5200 digital IP camera with lens
•  Camera is sealed within enclosure for easy installation
•  Powerful lens with auto-focus and remote zoom
•  320 x 240 image resolution
•  Ethernet-based, IP addressable (IPv4/v6)
•  Live camera view using any web browser (HTTP)
•  Built-in external RJ-45 & power connectors  allow for quick installation and set up
•  Motion JPEG or MPEG-4 video streaming (up to 30 frames per second)
•  Password protected
•  Connects via Cat5e and powered by 14-3 AWG

Detection Camera

Rear view of camera including power and Ethernet connectors

Specifications

Power Weight Temperature Humidity Dimensions
24 VDC
Max. 25W
2.8 Kg
(6 lbs, 4 oz)
Operating:
-40°C to 74°C
(-40°F to 165°F)Non-Operating:
-40°C to 85°C
(-40°F to 185°F)
20% to 80%
non-condensing
155mm wide x 482mm deep x 150mm tall
(6.1” wide x 19” deep x 5.0” tall)

360º Monitoring Camera

This camera, used with InSync:Tesla, provides 360 degree live monitoring of an entire intersection of up to four approaches. The product is a Samsung IP® camera equipped with an ImmerVision panomorph lens. It is delivered to you in a weatherproof enclosure with easy connections for fast, error-free installation.

Features

•  Samsung SNB-5000 digital IP camera with   ImmerVision panomorph lens
•  Camera comes sealed within enclosure for easy installation
•  Ethernet-based, IP addressable (IPv4/v6)
•  Live camera viewing using any web browser (HTTP)
•  Motion JPEG or MPEG-4 video streaming (up to 30 frames per second)
•  Password protected
•  Connects via Cat5e and powered by 14-3 AWG

Panamorphic Enclosure

Camera enclosure

Samsung IP® camera with ImmerVision® panamorph Lens

Samsung IP® camera with ImmerVision® Panamorph Lens

Specifications

Power Weight Temperature Humidity Dimensions
24 VDC 5.4 Kg
(6 lbs)
-29°C to 74°C
(-20°F to 165°F)
Camera
20% to 80%
non-condensing
Enclosure
208mm wide x 369mm deep x 374mm tall
(9.2” wide x 14.5” deep x 14.7” tall)

Equipment Panel

Equipment Panel Labeled

The Equipment Panel is the power and communications hub of the InSync system at each intersection. It provides a safe, reliable DC power supply and an Ethernet switch, both of which support the InSync Processor and cameras. The Equipment Panel has a number of safety mechanisms including lightning arrestors to protect the networking equipment and a fuse block to protect the power leads to the cameras.

If detection cameras are used, the Equipment Panel also connects to a DIN Relay to ensure that camera power is automatically restarted in the event of a lock-up or power failure. By streamlining communications between the cameras and InSync Processor, the Equipment Panel makes sure InSync has the ability to instantly and quickly process detection data.

Features

•  Hardened 120 VAC to 24 VDC 600 watt power supply
•  100 Mbps unmanaged Ethernet switch
•  Store-and-forward switching architecture
•  8 Ethernet networking ports
•  DC+/DC- terminal blocks provide power to cameras
•  Earth ground bar
•  Lightning arrestors provide protection
•  4-amp fuse block protects power to the cameras

Equipment Panel

Specifications

Power Weight Temperature Humidity Dimensions
120 VAC
Max. 160W
3.2 Kg
(7 lbs)

Operating:
-40°C to 74°C
(-40°F to 165°F)

Non-Operating:
-40°C to 85°C
(-40°F to 185°F)

Operating:
10% to 90%
non-condensingNon-Operating:
5% to 95%
non-condensing
254mm wide x 330mm deep x 76mm tall
(10” wide x 13” deep x 3” tall)

Connection Options

In order to best integrate with your traffic controller and other existing equipment, we provide five different connection options to the InSync Processor.

Detector Card | C1 Y-Cable | ABC Y-Cable | Spade Cables | SDLC Interface Module


Detector Card

The Detector Card integrates InSync’s video detection with your traffic controller by using a standard detector rack. By passing calls from the InSync Processor to your controller, the detector card allows for easy, seamless integration of the InSync system.

Features

•  2/4 channel detector card
•  Separate LED indicators for each channel
•  Dual RJ-45 ports for daisy-chained connection to InSync Processor
•  Communication Status LED
•  Built-in communication watchdog
•  Meets or exceeds NEMA TS1 and TS2 specifications
• Compatible with all major makes of modern traffic controllers
•  Uses minimal space in cabinet

Detector Card

Specifications

Power Weight Temperature Humidity Dimensions
10 to 28 VDC
150 mA
100 g
(3.5 oz)

Operating:
-40°C to 74°C
(-40°F to 165°F)

Non-Operating:
-40°C to 85°C
(-40°F to 185°F)

Operating:
10% to 90%
non-condensingNon-Operating:
5% to 95%
non-condensing
32mm wide x 203mm deep x 114mm tall
(1.25” wide x 8” deep x 4.5” tall)

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C1 Y-Cable

The C1 Y-Cable is Rhythm Engineering’s custom connection between a 170/2070 traffic controller and the InSync Processor. Using the C1 Y-Cable makes for fast, easy, error-free installation and allows you to integrate your existing detectors with the InSync system.

Features

•  Available for Mode 0 and Mode 1 cabinets
•  Heavy-duty die-cast DB25 connector shells
•  Compatible with 170/2070 traffic controllers
•  Uses standard 104-pin connection to C1 cable
•  Uses minimal space in cabinet
•  Attaches to existing C-1 cable

C1 Cable

Specifications

Power Weight Temperature Humidity Dimensions
N/A 1.3 Kg
(3 lbs)
Operating:
-34°C to 74°C
(-29°F to 165°F)
N/A 6 feet long

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ABC Y-Cable

The ABC Y-Cable is Rhythm Engineering’s custom connection between a NEMA TS1 or TS2-Type 2 traffic controller and the InSync Processor. Using the ABC Y-Cable makes for fast, easy, error-free installation and allows you to integrate your existing detectors with the InSync system.

Features

•  Standard A, B and C locking NEMA connectors
•  Heavy-duty die-cast DB25 connector shells
•  Compatible with NEMA TS1 or TS2-type 2 traffic controllers
•  Uses minimal space in cabinet

ABC Y Cable

Specifications

Power Weight Temperature Humidity Dimensions
N/A 1.3 Kg
(3 lbs)
Operating:
-34°C to 74°C
(-29°F to 165°F)
N/A 6 feet long

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Spade Cables

The Spade Cables allow InSync to use information from any existing vehicle detection system. This allows monitoring of preemption signals, signal and pedestrian light state for NEMA cabinets and allows InSync to accommodate pedestrian signals. The cable uses minimal room in the cabinet.

Features

•  Three cable bundles for inputs, outputs and auxiliary inputs
•  Interfaces with NEMA TS1 / TS2-Type 2 or 170/2070 style controllers
•  Directly connects into a cabinet’s terminal blocks
•  Heavy-duty die-cast DB25 connector shells
•  IN/AUX cable provides 24 inputs each to InSync
•  OUT cable provides 24 outputs from InSync

Spade Cable

Standard installation uses three cables per cabinet.

Specifications

Power Weight Temperature Humidity Dimensions
N/A 839 g
(1.85 lbs)
per cable
34°C to 74°C
(-29°F to 165°F)
N/A 1778mm x 13mm x 13mm
(70” x 0.5” x 0.5”)

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SDLC Interface Module

The SDLC Interface Module is Rhythm Engineering’s custom connection between a NEMA TS2-Type 1 traffic controller and the InSync Processor. Using the SDLC Interface Module makes for fast, easy, error-free installation and allows you to integrate your existing detectors with the InSync system.

Features

•  Compact, stand-alone box design easily sits on a shelf
•  Supports standard NEMA TS2 SDLC and ITS connections
•  Provides a switch for manually bypassing the intercept mode
•  Contains an Ethernet port for 10/100 network connectivity
•  Contains an RS-232 port and associated RJ12 connector for local serial access
•  Compatible with the NEMA TS2-Type 1 traffic controller
•  Uses minimal space in cabinet

SDLC interface Module

Specifications

Power Weight Temperature Humidity Dimensions
12 to 48 VDC .68 kg
(1.4 lbs)

Operating:
-40°C to 74°C
(-40°F to 165°F)

Non-Operating:
-40°C to 85°C
(-40°F to 185°F)

Operating:
10% to 90%
non-condensingNon-Operating:
5% to 95%
non-condensing
44mm wide x 146mm deep x 203mm tall
(1.75” wide x 5.75” deep x 8” tall)

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USER SOFTWARE

CentralSync™

CentralSync, the software companion to InSync, is a Windows-based configuration
program. The software enables engineers to easily and quickly create, modify and
deploy traffic management variables and strategies using a map-based interface.

CentralSync’s features include time-space diagram views, editing of progression protocols, geographic mapping of intersections, adjustments to phasing, and viewing and editing
of other configuration settings. Modifications can be uploaded and downloaded
remotely by the operator.

System Requirements

•  Operating System: Windows XP or later
•  Web Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
•  Hard Disk Space: 12MB
•  Device: Any PC device running Windows XP (256MB for XP, 1GB for Windows 7 32bit, 2GB for Windows 64bit)
•  Display: 1024×768 or larger required, 1280×1024 or larger recommended

CentralSync

Time-Space Diagram

WebUI

The InSync Web User Interface (WebUI) gives you live, interactive access to the traffic conditions on your InSync corridor. By using any Internet browser–no special software required–you can see camera views of every approach and access the individual InSync Processors and traffic data.

In addition, you can check the status of adaptive operations, see detector calls intercepted by InSync, check communications status and, if ever necessary, place manual calls or turn off adaptive traffic control. Data such as traffic counts, delay and level of service are stored automatically for 30 days.

System Requirements

•  Device: Any Internet-connected device meeting the browser and display specifications below
•  Web Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later, Firefox 4 or later, or Chrome 9 or later
•  Display: 1024×768 screen required to minimize scrolling; 1920×1280 recommended
•  Download Speed: 512Kbps or faster required; 1Mbps or faster recommended

InSync Web UI

Traffic Statistics

InSync WebUI

Camera View

 

Other Components

Intercept ModuleDIN Relay Monitor & Keyboard Set  |  Camera Mounting Hardware

Intercept Module

The Intercept Module allows InSync to accept non-standard detection inputs such as those from pedestrian push buttons, railroad crossings, transit system priority and emergency vehicle preemption. InSync can immediately serve or temporarily hold the call for service, depending on the input type, in a way that minimizes disruptions to InSync’s progression of vehicles.

Features

•  Provides for eight field inputs and eight field outputs
•  Can be configured to operate using serial communication or low voltage signal communication
•  Provides a way to listen to and produce signals that are 12 VAC or 24 VDC referenced
•  Compact, stand-alone box design easily sits on a shelf
•  Optional bracket allows rack mounting
•  Contains an RS-232 port and associated RJ12 connector for local serial access
•  Built-in fail-safes allow inputs to be passed through during communication or power failures

Intercept Module

Specifications

Power Weight Temperature Humidity Dimensions
20 to 30 VDC
Max. 250 mA
Reverse Polarity
Protection
ESD Protection
.68 Kg
(6 lbs, 4 oz)

Operating:
-40°C to 74°C
(-40°F to 165°F)

Non-Operating:
-40°C to 85°C
(-40°F to 185°F)

Operating:
10% to 90%
non-condensingNon-Operating:
5% to 95%
non-condensing
44mm wide x 146mm deep x 203mm tall
(1.75” wide x 5.75” deep x 8” tall)

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DIN Relay

The DIN Relay cycles power to the cameras, ensuring that a camera recovers if the
network port loses the connection. This prevents overloads, brown-outs, blown breakers
and other power problems before they occur, eliminating the need to be on-site to
reset equipment that has  ”locked up.”

Features

•  10/100 autosensing plug-and-play Ethernet connection with static IP allows connection anywhere on your LAN or WAN
•  Password protected
•  Movable HTTP port for security

DIN Relay

Specifications

Power Weight Temperature Humidity Dimensions
8 to 24 VDC 1.2 Kg
(2.7 lbs)
Operating:
-34°C to 77°C
(-30°F to 170°F)
N/A 147mm wide x 117mm deep x 69mm tall
(5.8” wide x 4.6” deep x 2.7” tall)

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Monitor & Keyboard Set

The Monitor & Keyboard Set allows full monitoring and configuration of the system at the cabinet. The monitor has a resolution of up to 1024 x 768 (H x V) formatted. The standard USB keyboard comes with an integrated trackball for mouse emulation.

Features

•  LED backlight
•  88/89 keys keyboard with embedded numeric keypad and 12 dedicated function keys
•  Windows-compatible

Keyboard and Monitor

Monitor Specifications

Power Weight Temperature Humidity Dimensions
<10W .43 kg
(15 oz)

Operating:
-10°C to 60°C
(14°F to 140°F)

Non-Operating:
0°C to 70°C
(-4°F to 158°F)

up to 90%
non-condensing
183mm wide x 33mm deep x 125mm tall
(7.2” wide x 1.3” deep x 4.9” tall)

Keyboard Specifications

Power Weight Temperature Humidity Dimensions
N/A 1 kg
(1.9 lbs)

Operating:
0°C to 40°C
(32°F to 104°F)

Non-Operating:
-10°C to 60°C
(-14°F to 140°F)

10% to 85%
non-condensing
173mm wide x 338mm deep x 33mm tall
(6.8” wide x 13.3” deep x 1.3” tall)

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Camera Mounting Hardware

The agency deploying InSync is responsible for purchasing and installing camera mounting hardware.

InSync configurations that use video detection cameras (InSync or InSync:Fusion) need one or more of the following hardware components per approach, depending on intersection conditions:

Standard Mount
Standard Mount The standard mount typically uses banding to clamp to the horizontal surface of an intersection’s mast arm with a gusseted tube extending vertically to a camera bracket that support InSync cameras. The standard mount’s gusseted tube and camera bracket is used to support InSync cameras in conjunction with other mounting applications in an effort to keep mounting hardware standardized.
Fastener Options
Banded clamp
Bolt through clamp
Component
Pelco Astro-Brac Clamp*
Pelco Astro-Brac Pole
Pelco Camera Bracket
Part Number
AB-3009 (cable length: 120 in.) AB-2003 (pole length: 74 in.)
SH-0514
Luminaire mount
Luminaire Mount The luminaire mount typically uses a banding clamp to the horizontal surface of the intersection’s luminaire fixtures (screws can be used to fasten as well). The InSync camera is supported with a gusseted tube extending vertically to a camera bracket.The InSync camera is supported with gusseted tubing extending vertically to a camera bracket.
Fastener Options
Banded clamp
Screw clamp
Component
Pelco Luminaries Mounting Bracket
Pelco Camera Bracket
Pelco Type 201 Stainless Steel Banding*
Pelco Type 201 Stainless Steel Buckles*
Package QT 100
Pelco Band Tool*
Package QT 1
Part Number
SH-0509 (with 12 in. extension)
SH-0514
US-8122-06 (100 ft. roll)
US-8122-56US-8120-01 (if needed)
10 ft. Extension Arm (used with luminaire mount)
10ft Extension The 10 ft. extension arm is typically applied to wood signal poles where it is necessary to overcome vehicle occlusion to obtain a sufficient camera view. This mounting hardware is typically banded or bolted through a spanwire intersection’s wood signal pole depending on the agency’s preferences. The 10 ft. extension arm requires the use of the luminaire mount.
Fastener Options
Banded clamp
Bolt through clamp
Component
Utility Metals 10 ft. Extension Arm*
Luminaire Mount
Pelco Luminaries Mounting Bracket
Pelco Camera Bracket
Pelco Type 201 Stainless Steel Banding*
Pelco Type 201 Stainless Steel Buckles*
Package QT 100
Pelco Band Tool*
Part Number
B200A100-4.0 SH-0509 (with 12 in. extension)
SH-0514
US-8122-06 (100 ft. roll)
US-8122-56
US-8120-01 (if needed)
Signal Pole mount
Signal Pole Mount The signal pole mount is typically secured to the vertical surface of an intersection’s signal pole (wood or steel) using a banding clamp.
The InSync camera is supported with gusseted tubing extending vertically to a camera bracket.
Fastener Options
Cable clamp
Banded clamp
Component
Cable clamp
Pelco Astro-Brac Clamp*
Pelco Astro-Brac Pole
Pelco Camera BracketBanded clamp
Astro-Brac Clamp
84 in. band fits 17.3-26 in. dia. pole; 114 in. band fits 17.3-35 in. dia. pole*
Pelco Gusseted Tubes
Pelco Camera Bracket
AB-3009 (cable length: 120 in.)
AB-2003 (pole length: 74 in.)
SH-0514AB-3022AB-2003 (pole length: 58 in.)
SH-0514
L-Bracket mount
L-Bracket Mount The panomorphic mount is used primarily on InSync:Tesla intersections using a banded clamp to secure the camera to the vertical surface of the intersection’s signal pole (wood or steel) with a vertical gusseted tube and bolted plated assembly supporting the panomorphic mount and panomorphic camera at least 35 ft. high.
Fastener Options
Banded clamp
Bolt through clamp
Component
Pelco Extended, Vertical Mount*, 1 piece
Part Number
SH-0527 (w/ 24 in. nipple)
Panomorphic mount
Panomorphic Mount The L-bracket mount is typically secured to the vertical surface of an intersection’s signal pole (wood or steel) using a banded clamp in an effort to avoid preexisting hardware on the signal pole. The InSync camera is supported with gusseted tubing extending vertically to a camera bracket.
Fastener Options
Banded clamp
Bolt through clamp
Component
Videolarm panomorphic camera enclosure Rhythm Engineering mount plate kit 2 – Stainless Steel McMaster U-bolts and nuts
4 – 1.25 in. Stainless Steel 3/8 in. Hex Bolts
Pelco Astro-Brac Clamp*
Pelco Astro-Brac Pole
Part Number
FDW8-CF2
310-00032
8896T107AB-3009 (cable length: 120″)
AB-2003 (pole length: 74″)

InSync configurations that use a 360° degree monitoring camera (InSync:Tesla) need one panomorphic camera mount per intersection.

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Connection Diagrams

Rhythm Engineering offers multiple cables and other connection methods to integrate InSync hardware with existing traffic control equipment.

The following  diagrams are examples of the most common component configurations. Other combinations are possible.

Fusion 330s C1 Y-Cable

InSync: Tesla Installation with SDLC Interface Module in NEMA Cabinet

Hardware Warranty

Rhythm Engineering warrants that all InSync hardware components will be free of defects in material or workmanship for a period of two (2) years from date of receipt by the buyer. Should any failure to conform to this warranty appear within the warranty period, Rhythm Engineering, upon notification thereof, will, at its option, repair or replace any part(s) found to be defective. No equipment shall be returned during the warranty period without Rhythm Engineering’s consent, which consent will not be unreasonably withheld.

Rhythm Engineering strongly suggests that clients purchase local hardware spares once InSync is in active service, but at least prior to the expiration of the warranty period. Current recommendations are to purchase spares for all primary components at a 10% level (i.e., a purchase of 10 systems or less would spare 1 system, 11-20 spare 2 systems, etc.).

Services Warranty

Rhythm Engineering warrants that the recommendations, guidance and performance of its personnel will reflect competent, professional knowledge and judgment. In the event any portion of the services furnished fails to comply with this warranty obligation and Rhythm Engineering is so notified in writing, Rhythm Engineering will promptly re-perform such portion of the service without
additional compensation from buyer.

Software/Firmware Warranty

Rhythm Engineering warrants that all software or firmware furnished will operate as designed under regular uses defined in user manuals for two (2) years from date of receipt of system hardware by the buyer. Should any failure to conform to this warranty appear within the warranty period, Rhythm Engineering, upon notification thereof, will provide and make available for deployment a software remedy for said failure. Rhythm Engineering warrants that it has the right to license the software programs and that, to the best of its knowledge, the license products do not infringe upon the patent rights of any third party and do not infringe upon the copyright or trade secret rights of any third party. Licensee shall promptly make Rhythm Engineering aware of any such claim by a third party.

Warranty Claim Process

The buyer will initiate the claim process by calling Rhythm Engineering’s Technical Support at 913.227.0603. The service representative will work with the client remotely to help diagnose and isolate the issue. If the equipment needs to be returned to Rhythm Engineering for a replacement system, the client is responsible for carefully packing and shipping the faulty hardware back to Rhythm’s Service Center, noting the RMA number on the shipping label, as well as on paperwork included inside the box.

In the case of a software/firmware warranty claim, Rhythm Engineering will work with the client remotely to help diagnose and isolate the issue.
If a software/firmware or configuration change is required, the service representative will use best efforts to provide and deploy a solution as soon as possible.

Limitation of Warranty

Warranties are exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties, whether statutory, express or implied. Remedies provided above are buyer’s sole remedies for any failure by Rhythm Engineering to comply with its warranty obligations.

Correction of non-conformities in the manner and for the period of time provided herein shall constitute complete fulfillment of all the liabilities of Rhythm Engineering for defective equipment, materials, services or software/firmware whether the claims by the buyer are based in contract, in tort (including negligence or strict liability) or otherwise.

Limitation of Liability

Neither Rhythm Engineering nor its sub-contractors or suppliers of any tier will be liable to buyer for any special, indirect, liquidated, incidental or consequential damage or loss or for damage or loss of property or equipment not furnished under a purchase order resulting therefrom on which the liability is based or claims of buyer’s customers. The remedies set forth herein are exclusive and for each item of equipment, material, services, software/firmware the total cumulative liability of Rhythm Engineering under any purchase order accepted by Rhythm Engineering or anything done in connection therewith, will be limited to the price of the item of equipment, material, services or software/firmware. In all cases where buyer’s claim, whether based in contract, in tort (including negligence and strict liability), under any warranty, or otherwise arises out of or in connection with the sale, delivery or use of defective equipment, material, software/firmware or services supplied hereunder or damage resulting therefrom, buyer’s exclusive remedies and Rhythm Engineering’s sole liability shall be limited to those specifically outlined in the warranty provision.

The provisions of this section, Limitation of Liability, shall also protect Rhythm Engineering suppliers and sub-contractors and shall apply, to the full extent permitted by law and regardless of fault and shall survive either termination, cancellation or expiration of the order.

The provisions of this section, Limitation of Liability, shall apply notwithstanding any other provision of the purchase order.

The equipment, material and software/firmware are intended for use only for the purpose for which they were expressly provided. With respect to any other use, Rhythm Engineering makes no representation or warranty and assumes no liability of any kind, whether in contract or tort (including negligence and strict liability).

Warranty Exclusions

This warranty covers all Rhythm Engineering provided traffic cabinet components as well as video cameras and camera enclosures sold as part of the system, that fail for any reason excepting:

•  Acts of God – including, but not limited to – damage by lightning strikes, tornados, hurricanes, floods, etc.
•  Errors or damage during installation
•  Improperly maintained equipment
•  Maliciousness or vandalism
•  Accidents, incidents or collisions – including, but not limited to vehicular

In addition, damage during transportation is not a failure within warranty; the purchaser recourse is against the carrier.

Extend your Warranty

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