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First gen ODK4 with touchscreen and USB programming interface.
Base model ODK3 with monochrome display and PCMCIA programming interface.
Horizon programming on a GO Transit MCI D4500.
Use of bold text and stacking on a Horizon sign on Calgary Transit 7970.

The Luminator Horizon is a mononchrome 100% LED sign created for use in transit vehicles. It was introduced by Luminator in 2001 as a successor to their Luminator MAX3000 flipdot signs. The Horizon system is available in various configurations to meet the needs of almost any application. Originally introduced with amber LEDs, an option for white LEDs was later introduced. In 2010, the Gen 4 series of signs were rolled into the Horizon product line, making the Horizon slimmer, lighter, and more modular in design.

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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"
  • 16x48 "Horizon" - 17.9" x 6.0" (interior)
  • 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"

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