GTx LED Signals 230V

GTx LED Signals 230V

Flexibility to the power of x.

With the introduction of the all new GTx LED traffic signal, GE Lighting Solutions is signaling its commitment to a whole new way of thinking about LED traffic signals. LED signals that are the precursors to a new era of value added flexibility, power savings and ease of installation. 

GTx LED signals feature a micro-controlled power supply that lets the customer define their signal's basic character. 

Dimming? Yes. Fault Logging? Yes. But the customization doesn't stop there. GTx LED signals will also feature option boards that will work with the power supply to permit a host of new functionality. So when it comes to both your current and future needs, GTx is ready!


Features

  • 200mm & 300mm modules
  • Up to 90% energy efficiency over incandescent
  • Up to 15% energy efficiency over GE's previous LED signal generations
  • Provides LED degradation compensation
  • Multiple step and gradual dimming configuration (optional)
  • Mask compatible
  • Compliant with EN12368:2006 & HD638
  • GE quality and reliability


Specs

  • Tinted (red, yellow and green) and clear lens


Applications

  • Replaces incandescent lamps and GE's previous generations in round traffic signal application
  • OEM or retrofit installation


Case Studies

GE Retail LED Lighting at KIA AutoSport

KIA AutoSport

Outdoor LED lighting from GE is helping auto dealer KIA AutoSport showcase its vehicle inventory with high-quality light while saving on energy and maintenance costs at its 6-acre facility in Columbus, Ga.

Case Studies

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Tarentum Borough

Tarentum Borough in Pennsylvania is converting 100 percent of its street lighting to GE's new Evolve™ LED Scalable Cobrahead fixtures with dimmable photocells, saving nearly $40,000 a year.

Case Studies

GE LED Street Lights - St. Paul, Minnesota

Xcel Energy - West St. Paul, Minnesota

GE's Evolve™ LED Scalable Cobrahead lighting fixtures have been installed by Xcel Energy as part of a utility-initiated implementation of LED street lights.