Luminator Horizon

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Luminator Horizon control panel with color touchscreen and USB programming interface.
Older Luminator Horizon control panel with monochrome display and PCMCIA programming interface.
Typical Luminator Horizon programming on a GO Transit MCI D4500.
Use of bold text and stacking on a Luminator Horizon sign on Calgary Transit 7970.

The Luminator Horizon is an LED sign used on transit vehicles. It was introduced by Luminator in 2001 as a replacement of their flip-dot line of signs. The Horizon system is available as a front, side, rear and dash run number sign in various configurations.

Originally introduced with only amber LEDs, an option for a white LED sign was introduced. In 2013, the Titan series of higher-resolution signs and the Gen 4 series of modular signs were rolled into the Horizon product line.

Specifications

Front signs

  • 24x200 "Titan" - 68.5" x 9"
  • 16x160 "Gen 4" - 64.8" x 8"
  • 16x120 "Gen 4" - 48.4" x 8"
  • 16x80 "Gen 4" - 32.4" x 8"
  • 14x112 "Commuter" - 41.2" x 4.3"

Side signs

  • 16x120 "Titan" - 45.3" x 5.8"
  • 14x112 "Horizon" - 42.4" x 4.3"
  • 8x96 "Horizon" - 36.3" x 2.8"
  • 8x80 "Horizon" - 30.2" x 2.8"
  • 8x64 "Horizon" - 24.1" x 2.8"

Rear signs

  • 16x48 - 18.1" x 6.1" (exterior)
  • 16x48 - 17.9" x 6.0" (interior)

Run number

  • 12x40 - 15.2" x 4.3"

References