Luminator Super Matrix:MAX

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Introduced in the late 1980s, The Luminator Super Matrix:MAX was designed as an alternative to the undersized Matrix:MAX. The Super Matrix:MAX introduced a two piece design, with a route number going on one smaller 14x28 module, and destination/ public relations text going on the original 7x75 module. Like most electronic sign systems of this era, it featured a fluorescent light ballast positioned under the sign. The Super Matrix:MAX saw production until 1998, at which point it was completely replaced by the Luminator MAX3000.

Sign Setups


Model Array/Matrix Size Dimensions Notes
Gulton-Luminator
Control Console
1 x 15 1' x 5" x 3" Featured early style MTU Port.

Replaced by ODK 2 in early 1990s.

ODK 2 2 x 20 6" x 3" x 2" Phased out by early 1998.
SuperMatrix:MAX
Front
14 x 28 / 7 x 75 Unknown Phased out by 1998.
SuperMatrix:MAX
Side
7x75 Unknown Phased out by 1998.
SuperMatrix:MAX
Rear
7x23 Unknown Phased out by 1998.