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Traffic Signal Field Technician Level 3

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IMSA Traffic Signal Field Technician Level 3


IMSA Traffic Signal Field Technician Level III Certification is the highest level of professional certification. This course is intended for personnel who may be in a supervisory role and/or responsible for the design, installation and maintenance of these technologies. 

What does it cover?

The 100-question exam associated with the certification has been prepared to test the candidate on a wide range of topics relating to field expertise and general knowledge of the applied traffic signal technologies in the field.

Prerequisites: Five Years Experience in Traffic Signal Field
IMSA Traffic Signal Field Technician Level II Certification
Certification Requirements:
Pass the IMSA Traffic Signal Level III Field exam

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The following list contains reference materials that the potential IMSA Traffic Signal Senior Field Technician Level III must be familiar with:

  •  NEMA Standards (TS1 and TS2)
  • 170/2070 Standards
  • Various Traffic Detection Methods (Acoustic, Microwave, Radar, Loops, etc.) Setup and Configuration Manuals
  • Video Detection Manufacturers Setup Manuals
  • Lightening Protection Devices
  • FHWA and ITE Vehicle Detection Manuals
  • Data Communications Methods (Copper, Fiber Optic, Wireless, etc.)
  • U.S. M.U.T.C.D. – 2009 Version
  • Signal Head Types (Incandescent, L.E.D., Programmable, etc.) specifications and installation methods
  • IMSA Wire and Cable Specifications
  • ITE – Traffic Engineering Manual current edition
  • ITE – Traffic Control Devices Handbook current edition
  • Traffic Signal Preemption Devices – Various Manufacturers Operation and Setup Manuals
  • Understanding of Basic Electronics and Electrical
  • National Electrical Code and/or Canadian Electrical Code



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