WO2017185985A1 - Road-mounted traffic-control signal having wi-fi communications functionality - Google Patents

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WO2017185985A1
WO2017185985A1 PCT/CN2017/080158 CN2017080158W WO2017185985A1 WO 2017185985 A1 WO2017185985 A1 WO 2017185985A1 CN 2017080158 W CN2017080158 W CN 2017080158W WO 2017185985 A1 WO2017185985 A1 WO 2017185985A1
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Provided is a road-mounted traffic-control signal (600) having Wi-Fi communications functionality, which may comprise: a main housing (60), a main control circuit board, a first light-emitting device (611), a first protective cover (612), a Wi-Fi communications component (651), and a sixth protective cover (652); the area of the bottom surface of the main housing (60) is larger than the area of the top surface of the main housing (60). The main housing (60) is provided with a fifth accommodating chamber used for accommodating the main control circuit board. The main housing (60) is provided with a sixth accommodating chamber (653) used for accommodating the Wi-Fi communications component (651); the sixth accommodating chamber (653) is capable of beamforming the Wi-Fi signal emitted by the Wi-Fi communications component (651). The traffic control signal (600) helps to improve efficiency and safety controllability with respect to the passing of vehicular traffic at a flat road intersection.

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Road traffic signal light with wifi communication function Technical field

The application relates to the field of traffic electronic technology, and particularly relates to a road traffic signal lamp with wifi communication function.

Background technique

At present, with the acceleration of urbanization and the improvement of people's living standards, the number of motor vehicles in many large cities has been increasing year by year, which has caused more and more serious traffic congestion problems.

Urban traffic congestion has already had a certain impact on people's daily travel, and even restricted the economic development to some extent. Therefore, how to "block" has become a hot topic for many engineers and technicians. For example, how to improve the vehicle traffic efficiency and safety controllability at the intersection of planes is a technical subject worth studying. The inventor of the present application has found that road-type traffic lights can improve the traffic efficiency and safety controllability of the intersections at the intersections. However, there is currently no road-type traffic signal that can be applied to the road surface.

Summary of the invention

The embodiment of the present application provides a road type traffic signal lamp with wifi communication function.

The first aspect of the embodiment of the present application provides a road type traffic signal with a wifi communication function, which may include: a main housing, a main control circuit board, a first light emitting device, a first protective cover, a wifi communication component, and a sixth protective cover. The bottom surface area of the main casing is larger than the top surface area of the main casing; the main casing is provided with a fifth receiving cavity for accommodating the main control circuit board.

Wherein a first receiving cavity for accommodating the first light emitting device is disposed on a first side of the main casing, the first protective cover covering the first receiving the first light emitting device An opening surface of the receiving cavity, wherein the first light emitting device and the wifi communication component are respectively connected to the main control circuit board, and the first light emitting device is controlled by the main control circuit board, the first The light signal emitted by the light emitting device can partially or completely penetrate the first protective cover; wherein a top surface of the main casing is provided with a sixth receiving cavity for accommodating the wifi communication component, the sixth a part or all of the cavity wall of the accommodating cavity is a metal cavity wall, and the sixth protective cover covers an opening surface of the sixth accommodating cavity accommodating the wifi communication component, and the sixth accommodating cavity is capable of The wifi signal transmitted by the wifi communication component is beamformed, and the wifi signal transmitted by the wifi communication component can partially or completely penetrate the sixth protective cover.

In conjunction with the first aspect, in a first possible implementation of the first aspect, the opening face of the first receiving cavity cooperates with the first protective cover to form a sealed waterproof structure.

In conjunction with the first aspect or the first possible implementation of the first aspect, in a second possible implementation of the first aspect, the bottom surface of the main housing is square or rectangular.

In conjunction with the first aspect or the first possible implementation of the first aspect, or the second possible implementation of the first aspect, in a third possible implementation of the first aspect, the fifth receiving cavity is disposed in the a bottom surface of the main casing, wherein the road surface traffic signal further includes a bottom plate, wherein the bottom plate covers an opening surface of the fifth receiving cavity that accommodates the main control circuit board, the fifth receiving The open surface of the cavity cooperates with the bottom plate to form a sealed waterproof structure.

In conjunction with the third possible implementation of the first aspect, in a fourth possible implementation of the first aspect, the main control The fifth receiving chamber of the road plate is filled with a waterproof sealant.

In combination with the first aspect or any one of the first to fourth possible embodiments of the first aspect, in a fifth possible implementation of the first aspect,

The road surface traffic signal further includes a second light emitting device and a second protective cover, wherein a second receiving cavity for accommodating the second light emitting device is disposed on a second side of the main casing, the second a protective cover is disposed on an opening surface of the second receiving cavity in which the second light emitting device is received, and the first light emitting device and the second light emitting device are independently controlled by the main control circuit board, The optical signal emitted by the second light emitting device can partially or completely penetrate the second protective cover. For example, the first side of the main casing and the second side are opposite sides.

In conjunction with the fifth possible implementation of the first aspect, in a sixth possible implementation manner of the first aspect, the road surface traffic light further includes a third light emitting device and a third protective cover, wherein the main housing a third receiving cavity for accommodating the third light emitting device, the third protective cover covering an opening surface of the third receiving cavity of the third light emitting device, The first light emitting device, the second light emitting device, and the third light emitting device are independently controlled by the main control circuit board, and the optical signal emitted by the third light emitting device can partially or completely penetrate the first Three protective covers.

In conjunction with the sixth possible implementation manner of the first aspect, in a seventh possible implementation manner of the first aspect, the road surface traffic light further includes a fourth light emitting device and a fourth protective cover, the main housing a fourth receiving cavity for accommodating the fourth light emitting device is disposed on the four sides, the fourth protective cover covering an opening surface of the fourth receiving cavity that accommodates the fourth light emitting device, A light emitting device, the second light emitting device, the third light emitting device, and the fourth light emitting device are independently controlled by the main control circuit board, and the light signal emitted by the fourth light emitting device can be partially or completely Penetrating the fourth protective cover.

Optionally, the third side of the main casing and the fourth side are opposite sides.

Optionally, the length of the bottom side of the first side surface and the second side surface is greater than or equal to the length of the bottom side of the third side surface and the fourth side surface of the main casing.

For example, the first light emitting device can include at least one LED bead, and the first light emitting device can include, for example, an LED strip.

For example, the second light emitting device can include at least one LED bead, and the second light emitting device can include, for example, an LED strip.

For example, the third light emitting device can include at least one LED bead, and the third light emitting device can include, for example, an LED strip.

For example, the fourth light emitting device can include at least one LED bead, and the fourth light emitting device can include, for example, an LED strip.

For example, at least one of the first protective cover, the second protective cover, the third protective cover and the fourth protective cover may be made of tempered glass (for example, tempered frosted glass or tempered non-abrasive glass). Protective cover. Of course, at least one of the first protective cover, the second protective cover, the third protective cover and the fourth protective cover may also be protected by other transparent or translucent materials having higher hardness. cover.

It can be seen that some road traffic signal lights with wifi communication function in some embodiments of the present application include: a main casing, a main control circuit board, a first light emitting device, a first protective cover, a wifi communication component, and a sixth protective cover, wherein a first receiving cavity for accommodating the first light emitting device is disposed on a first side of the main housing, the first protective cover covering an opening of the first receiving cavity accommodating the first light emitting device The first light emitting device and the wifi communication component are respectively connected to the main control circuit board, wherein the first light emitting device is controlled by the main control circuit board; the top surface of the main housing Provided on the sixth receiving cavity for accommodating the wifi communication component, part or all of the cavity wall of the sixth receiving cavity is a metal cavity wall, wherein the sixth protective cover covers the wifi communication An opening face of the sixth receiving cavity of the component, the sixth receiving cavity being capable of beamforming a wifi signal transmitted by the wifi communication component, The sixth receiving cavity can beamform the wifi signal transmitted by the wifi communication component, which makes it possible for the wifi signal transmitted by the wifi communication component to have better directional conductivity, thereby enabling the above-mentioned road surface with wifi communication function The use of traffic lights is made possible to interact with vehicles on a particular lane and makes it possible to achieve lane positioning of the vehicle. Applying such a road traffic signal to a road at a level intersection will also help improve vehicle traffic efficiency and safety controllability at the intersection.

Further, when the road traffic signal lamp with the wifi communication function includes the first light emitting device, the second light emitting device, the third light emitting device, the fourth light emitting device, the first protective cover, the second protective cover, the third protective cover, and the first a fourth protective cover, wherein the first light emitting device, the second light emitting device, the third light emitting device, and the fourth light emitting device are disposed on different sides of the main casing, and the first light emitting device, the second light emitting device, and the third light emitting device And the fourth light emitting device is independently controlled by the main control circuit board, which enables the first light emitting device, the second light emitting device, the third light emitting device and the fourth light emitting device to be controlled to emit different traffic control optical signals For example, at the same time, the first light emitting device can emit a light permitting signal, and the second light emitting device, the third light emitting device, and the fourth light emitting device can emit a forbidden light signal, and for example, at the same time, the first light emitting device and The third light emitting device can emit a light permitting signal, and the second light emitting device and the fourth light emitting device can emit a forbidden light signal. Since the optical signals emitted by the first, second, third, and fourth light-emitting devices are transmitted from different sides of the main casing, this is controlled in four directions simultaneously (ie, four It has laid a certain hardware foundation for the traffic flow to the road. If this road traffic signal is applied to the road at the intersection, it will help to further improve the vehicle traffic efficiency and safety controllability at the intersection.

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In order to more clearly illustrate the technical solutions in the embodiments of the present application, the drawings to be used in the embodiments will be briefly described below. It is obvious that the drawings in the following description are only some embodiments of the present application. Other drawings may also be obtained from those of ordinary skill in the art in light of the inventive work.

1 is a schematic layout diagram of two plane intersections provided by an embodiment of the present application;

2 and FIG. 3 are schematic diagrams showing phase periods of several entrance lanes according to an embodiment of the present application;

4 is a schematic diagram of a traffic trajectory of a plurality of lanes at a plane intersection provided by an embodiment of the present application;

FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram of several possible composition modes of a control right phase and a non-control weight phase according to an embodiment of the present application;

FIG. 6 is a schematic top plan view of a road type traffic signal lamp with wifi communication function according to an embodiment of the present application.

FIG. 7 is a schematic top plan view of another road type traffic signal lamp with wifi communication function according to an embodiment of the present application.

FIG. 8 is a schematic front structural view of a road type traffic signal with wifi communication function shown in FIG. 6 according to an embodiment of the present application.

FIG. 9 is a schematic side view showing the structure of a road type traffic signal with wifi communication function shown in FIG. 6 according to an embodiment of the present application.

10 is a schematic top plan view of a main casing of a road type traffic signal with wifi communication function shown in FIG. 6 according to an embodiment of the present application;

FIG. 11 is a top plan view showing the first protective cover, the second protective cover, the third protective cover, and the fourth protective cover removed on the basis of the road-type traffic light with the wifi communication function illustrated in FIG. 6;

FIG. 12 is a schematic top plan view of another road type traffic signal with wifi communication function according to an embodiment of the present application; FIG.

FIG. 13 is a schematic top plan view of another road type traffic signal lamp with wifi communication function according to an embodiment of the present application; FIG.

FIG. 14 is a schematic top plan view of another road type traffic signal lamp with wifi communication function according to an embodiment of the present application; FIG.

FIG. 15 is a schematic diagram of a road type traffic signal light array according to an embodiment of the present application.

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The embodiment of the present application provides a road type traffic signal lamp with wifi communication function.

The terms "comprising" and "having", and any variations thereof, appearing in the specification, the claims, and the drawings are intended to cover a non-exclusive inclusion. For example, a process, method, system, product, or device that comprises a series of steps or units is not limited to the listed steps or units, but optionally also includes steps or units not listed, or alternatively Other steps or units inherent to these processes, methods, products or equipment. Moreover, the terms "first," "second," and "third," etc. are used to distinguish different objects, and are not intended to describe a particular order. The following is an explanation of some related terms.

Referring to FIG. 1 , the relative positional relationship between the parking line and the intersection security line disposed on certain entrance lanes of the plane intersection in the embodiment of the present application may be exemplified in FIG. 1 . In the example shown in FIG. 1, a crosswalk is arranged between some entrance/exit roads and intersections of the intersections, and a crosswalk is not provided between the other entrance/exit roads and the intersections. In practical applications, some or all of the entrance/exit lanes and junctions of some of the intersections may be provided with a crosswalk, and some or all of the entrance/exit lanes and junctions of some of the intersections may not have a crosswalk. In Fig. 1, the cross-shaped intersection is taken as an example, but the intersection may also be a T-shaped plane intersection or a plane intersection of other shapes.

Among them, the entrance of the plane intersection can also be called the inlet road. An entranceway at a level intersection may include one or more entrance lanes, which may also be referred to as an entrance lane. The exit path of a plane intersection can also be called a downstream road. An exit lane at a plane intersection may include one or more exit lanes, which may also be referred to as a downstream lane. In the related drawings of the embodiments of the present application, the entrance lanes are mainly located on the right side of the corresponding exit lanes, and the entrance lanes of some countries may also be located on the left side of the corresponding exit lanes, and so on.

Wherein, if an entrance lane includes a plurality of entrance lanes, the orientations of the plurality of entrance lanes may be the same, partially identical or different from each other. The orientation of the entrance lane can be divided into left turn, straight turn, right turn and turn around. For example, an entrance lane X includes six entrance lanes. Assuming that the orientation of two of the six entrance lanes is left-turning, the two entrance lanes may be referred to as the left-turn entrance lane of the entrance lane X, left. The turn entrance lane can be referred to as the left turn lane. Assuming that the other three entrance lanes of the above six entrance lanes are oriented straight, then the three entrance lanes may be referred to as a straight entrance lane of the entrance lane X, and the straight entrance lane may be referred to as a straight lane. Assuming that the orientation of the remaining one of the six entrance lanes is a right turn, then the one entrance lane may be referred to as the right turn entrance lane of the entrance lane X, and the right turn entrance lane may be referred to as the right turn lane. analogy.

For example, a cross-shaped intersection may generally include four entrance lanes and four exit lanes, each of which may include one or more entrance lanes, each of which may include one or more exit lanes. The T-shaped plane intersection generally includes three entrance lanes and three exit lanes, each of which may include one or more entrance lanes, and each exit lane may include one or more exit lanes. Of course, the number of entrances and exits of some intersections may not be equal. For example, a cross-shaped intersection may only include three entrances and four exits.

In some cases, the orientation of certain entrance lanes may be variable (ie, non-fixed), for example, in some periods an entrance lane is a left turn lane, while in other periods it may be a straight lane, and this may be a straight lane. Lanes can be called guided variable lanes, and so on. In some cases, the orientation of certain entrance lanes may be multiple, for example, an entrance lane may be a straight lane and it may also be a right lane. For example, the entrance lane on the far right of an entrance road may be both a straight lane and a right lane, and this lane may be referred to as a multi-guide lane or a composite guide lane, and so on.

The driving direction of the lane is generally fixed, but in some cases, the driving direction of some lanes may also be variable (ie, non-fixed), and the lane in which the direction of travel can be changed may be referred to as a variable driving lane. The driving direction variable lane is commonly called the tidal lane, the tidal car The direction of travel of the road is sometimes the direction of the tide, and sometimes the direction of travel, that is, the direction of travel of the tidal lane can be switched between the direction of travel and the direction of travel. It can be understood that since the traveling direction of the tidal lane is variable, for a certain tidal lane between two intersections (assumed to be the intersection LK1 and the intersection LK2), when the tidal lane is traveling in the tide direction In the direction of travel, assuming that the tidal lane is an entrance lane with respect to the intersection LK1, it is an exit lane with respect to the intersection LK2. Conversely, when the traveling direction of the tidal lane is a slanting direction, the tidal lane is opposite to the intersection LK2. The entrance lane, which is the exit lane relative to the intersection LK1, and so on. The driving direction of the lane may be, for example, eastward (ie eastbound), westward (ie westbound), southbound (ie southbound) or northbound (ie northbound). For example, if the direction of travel of an entrance road is eastward, then the left turn lane in the entrance lane is also called the eastward left turn lane. In some scenarios, the eastward left turn lane is also called the eastbound left turn lane. The straight lane in the entrance lane is also called the eastbound straight lane. In some scenes, the eastward straight lane is also called the eastbound straight lane, and so on.

In the embodiment of the present application, the intersection safety line of the lane of the intersection (such as the entrance lane and the exit lane) refers to a lane boundary line adjacent to or intersecting the intersection, or a lane boundary line adjacent to or intersecting with the pedestrian crossing. Wherein, the parking line of the entrance lane can be set at the intersection safety line position of the entrance lane. Alternatively, the parking lane of the entrance lane may be disposed after the intersection safety line of the entrance lane with respect to the direction of travel of the entrance lane. In the conventional technology, the parking lane of the entrance lane is generally disposed at the intersection safety line position of the entrance lane, and the parking lane and the intersection security line are combined in a spatial position. In some embodiments of the present application, mainly in the direction of travel relative to the entrance lane, the parking lane of the entrance lane is disposed after the intersection security line of the entrance lane as an example, that is, the solution of some embodiments of the present application Breaking through the inertial thinking of setting the parking line at the intersection safety line position of the entrance lane, boldly and innovatively separating the parking lane of the entrance lane and the intersection safety line in a spatial position, and the parking lane of the entrance lane is safe relative to the intersection of the entrance lane. The line moves backwards, creating a new way of parking line layout. The setting position of the parking lane of the entrance lane may be relatively fixed, that is, the distance between the intersection safety line of the entrance lane and the parking lane of the entrance lane may be relatively fixed, and of course, the entrance lane may be based on factors such as environmental factors and scene requirements. The position of the parking line is adjusted to suit the position. The lane segment defined between the intersection safety line and the parking lane of the entrance lane may be referred to as a guiding zone of the entrance lane, and the guiding lane of the entrance lane may also be regarded as a pre-acceleration zone, and the parking lane of the entrance lane may be regarded as The entrance end line of the corresponding guiding area, the intersection safety line of the entrance lane can be regarded as the exit end line of the corresponding guiding area. In particular, for the tidal lane, there may be a tidal intersection safety line, a tidal direction parking line and a tidal direction guiding area corresponding to the tidal direction of travel, and there may also be a slanting intersection safety line corresponding to the direction of the squatting direction,汐 to the parking line and to the guiding area. Wherein, the outlet end line of the tide direction guiding area is a tide direction intersection safety line, and the inlet end line is a tide direction parking line. Wherein, the exit end line of the slanting guide area is a slanting intersection safety line, and the entrance end line is a slanting stop line.

In other words, when the parking lane of an entrance lane and the intersection security line are separated in a spatial position, the lane segment delineated between the parking lane of the entrance lane and the intersection security line can form a guiding area of the entrance lane. . When the stop line and the intersection safety line of an entrance lane are combined in a spatial position, the guiding area of the entrance lane does not exist. As exemplified in FIG. 1, the parking lanes and intersection security lines of certain entrance lanes of the plane intersection are separated in spatial position (ie, the entrance lane has a guiding area), and the plane intersection is also illustrated in FIG. The parking lanes and intersection security lanes of certain entrance lanes are combined in a spatial position (ie, there is no guiding zone in the entrance lane). In practical applications, some of the entrance lanes of some of the intersections have a guiding area, and the remaining part of the entrance lanes do not have a guiding area. There may also be no guiding areas in all entrance lanes of some of the intersections, and there may be guiding areas in all the entrance lanes of some of the intersections. Whether the parking lane of the entrance lane and the intersection security line are separated in the spatial position can be determined according to the actual scene.

Vehicles in each lane of a plane intersection may be allowed to pass under the control of traffic lights (allowing traffic to be referred to as permission) or prohibiting traffic (no access may be referred to as prohibition) or warning traffic (alert traffic may be referred to as police traffic) In general, a traffic light corresponding to an entrance lane can control the permission or alarm or prohibition of the vehicle on the entrance lane. Among them, controlling the car on the entrance lane The phase of the release can be referred to as the transit phase of the entrance lane (the traffic phase can also be referred to as the release phase or the allowable phase). In the conventional art, since the color of the optical signal emitted by the corresponding traffic signal is green during the transit phase, In the conventional technology, the traffic phase is also generally referred to as a green light phase. In the technical solution of the embodiment of the present application, the color of the optical signal emitted by the corresponding traffic signal during the transit phase is not limited to green, but can be expanded to be able to be used. The color of the light signal emitted by the corresponding traffic light during the transit phase is only an optional embodiment in the embodiment of the present application. The phase of controlling the forbidden line of the vehicle on the entrance lane can be referred to as the forbidden phase of the entrance lane. In the conventional technology, since the color of the light signal emitted by the corresponding traffic signal is red during the forbidden phase, the conventional technology The forbidden phase is also generally referred to as a red light phase. In the embodiment of the present application, the color of the light signal emitted by the corresponding traffic light during the forbidden phase is not limited to red, but may be extended to be used to indicate that the vehicle is prohibited from passing. Any one color or combination of several colors, the color of the light signal emitted by the corresponding traffic signal during the forbidden phase is red. This is an optional implementation in the embodiment of the present application. Similarly, controlling the phase of the vehicle's police line on the entrance lane may be referred to as the police line phase of the entrance lane (the police phase may also be referred to as the transition phase). In the conventional art, the color of the light signal emitted by the corresponding traffic signal is in the police. The phase of the line is yellow. Therefore, the phase of the alarm in the conventional technology is also generally referred to as the phase of the yellow light. In the embodiment of the present application, the color of the light signal emitted by the corresponding traffic signal during the phase of the police is not limited to yellow, but may be Expanded to any single color or color combination that can be used to indicate the passage of the warning vehicle. The color of the light signal emitted by the corresponding traffic signal during the alert phase is yellow. This is an optional implementation in the embodiment of the present application.

In particular, the “phase” mentioned in some traffic codes generally defaults to the transit phase (such as the green light phase), that is, in some traffic codes, the traffic phase (such as the green light phase) is simply referred to as the phase. Not even paying special attention to the concepts of forbidden phase and transition phase. The solution of the embodiment of the present application mainly aims to implement relatively fine control management for each lane, and thus particularly distinguishes different phase concepts such as the transit phase, the forbidden phase and the transition phase.

In general, the continuous transit phase, transition phase, and forbidden phase of an entrance lane may form a single phase period of the entrance lane, and the total duration of two adjacent phase periods may be fixed (as shown in the example of FIG. 2) The total duration of two adjacent phase periods of the entrance lane 01 is 60 seconds) or is not fixed (the total duration of the adjacent two phase periods of the entrance lane 02 shown in the example of FIG. 2 is not equal). The phase cycle settings of the two inlet lanes of the same orientation of the same entrance lane may be the same (the phase periods of the two left-turn lanes of the entrance lane Y are the same as shown in FIG. 3) or different. The phase period settings of the two entrance lanes of different orientations of the same entrance lane may be the same or different. In some scenarios, the transition phase may even be absent. In this case, the phase period includes only the transit phase and the forbidden phase, and does not include the transition phase.

The concept of “road crossing conflict lane” is proposed below. The intersection conflict lane is a relative concept. When two entrance lanes are intersection collision lanes, it means that there is a crossover (or existence) of the traffic trails on the two entrance lanes passing through the intersection. Interlacing), that is, there is a crossover of the traffic trajectory of any two entrance lanes that are mutually conflicting lanes passing through the intersection. For example, the east-west straight lane and the north-south straight lane are mutually intersecting lanes, and there is a crossover between the east-west straight lane and the north-south straight lane through the intersection. For example, as shown in Figure 4, the westbound straight lane and the southbound go straight. If the traffic on the lane passes through the intersection at the same time, then the two traffic will collide at the intersection. Figure 4 also shows, by way of example, that the westbound straight lane and the northbound straight lane are also interchange lanes, and the other conflicting lanes are mutually similar. In the embodiment of the present application, the intersection conflict lane may be referred to as a conflict lane.

The concept of "junction conflict passage phase" is proposed below, and the intersection phase of intersection intersection is also a relative concept. To put it simply, the transit phases of the two entrance lanes that are mutually conflicting lanes are mutually intersecting passage phases. Similarly, the transition phases of the two entrance lanes that are mutually conflicting lanes are the intersection transition phases of the intersections. In the embodiment of the present application, the intersection collision passage phase may be referred to as a collision passage phase. The transition phase of the intersection conflict can be referred to as the collision transition phase.

The concept of "control weight phase" and "non-control phase" is proposed below, and the control phase of the entrance lane is used to control the entrance car. The traffic on the road passes through the intersection, which means that the traffic on the entrance lane has the right to cross the intersection. Among them, those vehicles that drive through the stop line of an entrance lane at the end of the transition phase (if any) or at the end of the traffic phase usually take a certain amount of time to cross the intersection, in order to avoid collision between these vehicles and the lane from another intersection. Vehicles at the intersection are at conflict at the intersection. Therefore, some traffic codes suggest that these vehicles usually take about 2 seconds to ensure that the vehicles that pass through the transition phase (if any) or the end of the traffic phase can safely drive. At the intersection, in some traffic codes, the time for emptying is referred to as the empty phase (where the emptying phase is similar to the all-red hour of the intersection referred to in some traffic codes). In general, on the time axis, the control phase of an entry lane + the non-control phase = the transit phase of the entry lane + the forbidden phase + the transition phase (if any). The forbidden phase can include clearing the phase and non-clearing the phase. Of course, emptying the phase may not be necessary under certain special circumstances. When the empty phase does not exist, the forbidden phase may be equivalent to the non-control phase, that is, the non-control phase of the entrance lane is the entrance lane. Part or all of the forbidden phase. Where there is a transition phase and a clear phase, the control phase may include a transit phase, a transition phase, and an empty phase. In the case where there is a transition phase without emptying the phase, the control phase includes a transit phase and a transition phase. In the case where there is no transition phase but there is a clear phase, the control phase includes the transit phase and the clear phase. In the absence of a transition phase and a clear phase, the control phase can be equivalent to the transit phase. For example, FIG. 5 exemplifies that the control phase of an entrance lane (eg, entrance lane x05) includes a transit phase, a transition phase, and an empty phase; or a control phase of an entry lane (eg, entrance lane x07) may include a transit phase And emptying the phase; or the control phase of an entry lane (eg, entrance lane x06) includes the transit phase and the transition phase; or the control phase of an entry lane (eg, entrance lane x08) may be equivalent to the transit phase. The phase mentioned in some traffic codes may also default to the control phase, that is, in these traffic specifications, the control phase may be simply referred to as phase.

The concept of "intersection conflict control phase" is proposed below. The intersection control phase is a relative concept. In simple terms, the control rights of the two entrance lanes of each other are the intersection control phase. The intersection conflict control phase can be referred to as the conflict control phase.

The above description of various concepts (such as the "phase" concept) is mainly based on the case of lanes. Certain concepts for lanes (such as certain "phase" concepts) can also be applied to scenes for crosswalks. In a broad sense, crosswalks and lanes can be regarded as roadways. Passages are roads used for traffic passages. Crosswalks include crosswalks and lanes (such as entrance lanes, exit lanes, etc. at plane intersections). Among them, the object passing through the traffic lane is called a traffic object (the traffic object may be a pedestrian or a vehicle, etc.), and the object flow passing through the traffic lane is called a traffic flow (referred to as a traffic flow). The objects passing through the crosswalk may include pedestrians, etc., and the flow of objects passing on the crosswalk includes pedestrian flow and the like. For example, an object passing through a lane may include a vehicle or the like, and a flow of objects passing through the lane includes a traffic flow or the like.

For the scene of the crosswalk, there may also be concepts such as the traffic phase, transition phase and forbidden phase of the crosswalk. There may also be concepts such as the control phase and the non-control phase of the crosswalk. There may also be conflicts between the crosswalk and certain lanes, as the flow of people on the crosswalk and the trajectory of traffic on a lane may intersect. Broadly speaking, when there are intersections between the two main roads (the two lanes may be lanes, or maybe one of them is a lane and the other is a crosswalk), the two lanes are The traffic on the two traffic lanes that are mutually conflicting lanes can pass through each other in the same period of time, and the traffic flows on the two traffic lanes may collide. If the conflict road of a traffic lane (such as a lane or a crosswalk) is a lane, the conflict lane may also be referred to as a conflict lane; if the conflict lane of a traffic lane is a crosswalk, the conflict lane may also be referred to as a conflicting crosswalk. There may be conflicts between lanes and lanes, and lanes and crosswalks may also conflict with each other. Among them, conflict lanes and conflict crosswalks can be collectively referred to as conflict lanes.

In order to simplify the description, in the description of the solution of the present application, the forbidden traffic light signal may be referred to as a forbidden light signal or an A1 class light signal, and the pass light signal may be referred to as an allowable light signal or a traffic light signal or an A2 light signal for warning. Optical signal can be referred to as abbreviated or police light signal or A3 Optical signal. Specifically, the forbidden light signal is an optical signal for indicating the passage of a traffic object (such as a vehicle or a pedestrian, etc.) that prohibits a corresponding traffic lane (such as a lane or a crosswalk, etc.), for example, a traffic light of a lane is banned. During the light signal, the traffic of the lane is prohibited, and the traffic signal of a pedestrian crossing prohibits the traffic of the pedestrian crossing during the prohibition of the light signal. The allowable optical signal is an optical signal for indicating the passage of a traffic object (such as a vehicle or a pedestrian, etc.) that allows a corresponding traffic path (such as a lane or a crosswalk, etc.), for example, when a traffic signal of a lane emits a permitting optical signal. The vehicle in the lane passes, and the traffic signal of a pedestrian crossing sends out the traffic of the pedestrian crossing during the period when the light signal is allowed. The police light signal is an optical signal used to indicate the passage of a traffic object (such as a vehicle or a pedestrian) that alerts a corresponding traffic lane (such as a lane or a pedestrian crossing), such as a vehicle that alerts the lane during a traffic light signal of a lane. Passing, the traffic light of a pedestrian crossing signal alerts the pedestrian crossing during the warning light signal. Other situations can be deduced by analogy.

The specific presentation forms of the forbidden optical signal, the allowed optical signal, and the police optical signal may be flexible and can be set according to specific scene requirements. For example, the forbidden light signal may be a red light signal, wherein the red light signal may specifically be a blinking red light signal and/or a non-flashing red light signal. The non-flashing red light signal may be simply referred to as a constant red light signal, and the flashing red light signal may be simply referred to as a red flash signal. The forbidden light signal is an optical signal for indicating the passage of a prohibited traffic object (such as a vehicle or a pedestrian), and therefore any optical signal that can be used to indicate the passage of a traffic object (such as a vehicle or a pedestrian) that prohibits the corresponding traffic lane is It can be regarded as a forbidden optical signal, and the representation of the forbidden optical signal is not limited to the above examples. For example, optical signals of several colors may be combined according to certain rules to indicate that the passage of the corresponding passage is prohibited. Then these forms of optical signals can also be considered as forbidden optical signals.

For another example, the allowed optical signal may be a green optical signal, and the green optical signal may specifically be a blinking green optical signal and/or a non-flicking green optical signal. The non-flickering green light signal may be referred to as an evergreen light signal, and the flashing green light signal may be simply referred to as a green flash signal. The permission optical signal is an optical signal for indicating the passage of a traffic object (such as a vehicle or a pedestrian) that allows the corresponding traffic lane, and therefore, any one of the traffic objects (such as a vehicle or a pedestrian) that can be used to indicate the permission of the corresponding traffic lane. The passing optical signal can be regarded as the optical signal, and the representation of the optical signal is not limited to the above examples. For example, optical signals of several colors can be combined according to certain rules to indicate that the passing object is allowed to pass. Then, these forms of optical signals can also be considered as allowing optical signals.

For another example, the police light signal may be a yellow light signal, and the yellow light signal may specifically be a blinking yellow light signal and/or a non-flashing yellow light signal. The non-flickering yellow light signal may be referred to as a normally yellow light signal, and the flashing yellow light signal may be simply referred to as a yellow flash signal. The police light signal is an optical signal used to indicate the passage of a traffic object (such as a vehicle or a pedestrian) that alerts the corresponding traffic lane. Therefore, any type of traffic object (such as a vehicle or pedestrian) that can be used to indicate the corresponding traffic lane is indicated. The pass light signal can be regarded as a police light signal, and the manifestation of the police light signal is not limited to the above examples. For example, light signals of several colors can be combined according to certain rules for indicating the warning pass. Objects pass, then these forms of optical signals can also be considered as police light signals.

In general, the allowed optical signal may exist in one or more manifestations, and the forbidden optical signal may also exist in one or more representations, and the alert optical signal may also exist in one or more representations. However, since the indications of the allowed optical signal, the forbidden optical signal, and the warning optical signal are different, the expressions of the allowed optical signal, the forbidden optical signal, and the police optical signal are also different from each other, that is, the forbidden line is prohibited. There is no intersection between the set of representations of the optical signal, the set of representations of the police light signal, and the set of representations of the forbidden optical signal.

Wherein, the police light signal is used to indicate the light signal of the traffic object (such as a vehicle or a pedestrian) that alerts the corresponding traffic lane, so that the police light signal can be regarded as a transition signal from a certain angle ( Therefore, the police light signal can also be referred to as an excessive light signal), indicating that the transit object transitions between the allowed and the forbidden lines. In some cases, if such a transition is not required, then there may be no need to monitor the transition signal of the optical signal.

In order to simplify the description, in some descriptions of the present application, a signal lamp capable of emitting an A1 type optical signal but not capable of emitting an A2 type optical signal and an A3 type optical signal may be referred to as an "A1 type signal lamp". Able to emit A2 optical signals but not capable of emitting A1 optical signals and A3 The signal light of the light-like signal can be called "A2 type signal light". A signal lamp capable of emitting an A3 type optical signal but not capable of emitting an A1 type optical signal and an A2 type optical signal may be referred to as an "A3 type signal lamp". A signal lamp capable of emitting an A1 type optical signal and an A2 type optical signal but not capable of emitting an A3 type optical signal may be referred to as an "A12 type signal lamp". A signal lamp capable of emitting an A1 type optical signal and an A3 type optical signal but not capable of emitting an A2 type optical signal may be referred to as an "A13 type signal lamp". A signal lamp capable of emitting an A2 type optical signal and an A3 type optical signal but not capable of emitting an A1 type optical signal may be referred to as an "A23 type signal lamp". In particular, a signal lamp capable of emitting an A1 type optical signal and capable of emitting an A2 type optical signal and an A3 type optical signal may be referred to as an "AA type signal lamp", and so on.

The embodiment of the present application provides a road type traffic signal lamp 600.

Referring to FIG. 6 to FIG. 11 , FIG. 6 is a schematic top view of a road type traffic signal with wifi communication function according to an embodiment of the present application. FIG. 7 is a schematic top plan view of another road type traffic signal with wifi communication function according to an embodiment of the present application. FIG. 8 is a schematic front view showing the structure of a road type traffic signal with wifi communication function as exemplified in FIG. 6. FIG. 9 is a side view showing the structure of a road type traffic signal with wifi communication function as exemplified in FIG. 6. FIG. 10 is a top plan view showing the main casing of the road type traffic signal with wifi communication function as exemplified in FIG. 6. FIG. 11 is a top plan view showing the first protective cover, the second protective cover, the third protective cover, and the fourth protective cover removed on the basis of the road type traffic signal illustrated in FIG. 6.

A road type traffic signal lamp 600 with wifi communication function includes: a main casing 60, a main control circuit board (not shown), a wifi communication component 651, a first lighting device 611, a second lighting device 621, and a third The light emitting device 631, the fourth light emitting device 641, the first protective cover 612, the second protective cover 622, the third protective cover 632, and the fourth protective cover 642. The bottom surface area of the main casing is larger than the top surface area of the main casing. The main housing is provided with a fifth receiving cavity (not shown) for accommodating the main control circuit board.

The first side surface 610 of the main housing is provided with a first receiving cavity 613 for accommodating the first light emitting device 611, and the first protective cover 612 is covered by the first light emitting device 611. The open face of the first receiving cavity 613. The second side surface 620 of the main housing 610 is further provided with a second receiving cavity 623 for accommodating the second light emitting device 621, and the second protective cover 622 is covered by the second light emitting device 621. The open surface of the second receiving cavity 623. A third receiving cavity 633 for accommodating the third light emitting device 631 is further disposed on the third side surface 630 of the main housing 610, and the third protective cover 632 is covered to receive the third light emitting device 631. The open surface of the third receiving cavity 633. A fourth receiving cavity 643 for accommodating the fourth light emitting device 641 is further disposed on the fourth side 640 of the main casing 610. The fourth protective cover 642 covers the opening surface of the fourth receiving cavity 643 that accommodates the fourth light emitting device 641.

The wifi communication component 651 can be, for example, a low power wifi communication component or other type of wifi communication component.

A sixth receiving cavity 653 for accommodating the wifi communication component 651 is further disposed on the top surface 650 of the main housing 610. Part or all of the cavity wall of the sixth receiving cavity 653 is a metal cavity wall. The sixth protective cover 652 covers the opening surface of the sixth receiving cavity 653 that accommodates the wifi communication component 651, and the sixth receiving cavity 653 can beamform the wifi signal transmitted by the wifi communication component 651 (beamforming shaping) . The wifi signal transmitted by the wifi communication component can partially or completely penetrate the sixth protective cover.

The first light emitting device 611, the second light emitting device 621, the third light emitting device 631, and the fourth light emitting device 641 may be respectively connected to the main control circuit board. The first light emitting device 611, the second light emitting device 621, the third light emitting device 631, and the fourth light emitting device 641 are independently controlled by the main control circuit board. The first light-emitting device 611, the second light-emitting device 621, the third light-emitting device 631 and the fourth light-emitting device 641 may, for example, also be synchronously controlled by the main control circuit board.

The optical signal emitted by the first light emitting device 611 can partially or completely penetrate the first protective cover 612. The optical signal emitted by the second light emitting device 621 can partially or completely penetrate the second protective cover 622. Optical signal emitted by the third light emitting device 631 The number can partially or completely penetrate the third protective cover 632. The optical signal emitted by the fourth light emitting device 641 can partially or completely penetrate the fourth protective cover 642.

Optionally, at least one of the first protective cover 612, the second protective cover 622, the third protective cover 632 and the fourth protective cover 642 is, for example, tempered glass (for example, tempered frosted glass or tempered glass) Protective cover made of non-matte glass). Of course, at least one of the first protective cover 612, the second protective cover 622, the third protective cover 632, and the fourth protective cover 642 may also be made of other harder transparent or Protective cover made of translucent material.

For example, the opening surface of the first receiving cavity 613 and the first protective cover 621 can cooperate to form a sealed waterproof structure.

For example, the opening surface of the second receiving cavity 623 and the second protective cover 622 can cooperate to form a sealed waterproof structure.

For example, the opening surface of the third receiving cavity 633 and the third protective cover 632 can cooperate to form a sealed waterproof structure.

For example, the opening surface of the fourth receiving cavity 643 and the fourth protective cover 642 can cooperate to form a sealed waterproof structure.

For example, the opening surface of the sixth receiving cavity 653 and the sixth protective cover 652 can cooperate to form a sealed waterproof structure.

For example, the first light emitting device may include at least one LED light bead (in the figure, the first light emitting device includes a plurality of light beads as an example), and the first light emitting device may also include, for example, an LED light strip.

For example, the second light emitting device may include at least one LED lamp bead (in the figure, the second light emitting device includes a plurality of lamp beads as an example), and the second light emitting device may also include, for example, an LED strip.

For example, the third light emitting device may include at least one LED lamp bead (in the figure, the third light emitting device includes a plurality of lamp beads as an example), and the third light emitting device may also include, for example, an LED strip.

For example, the fourth light emitting device may include at least one LED light bead (in the figure, the fourth light emitting device includes a plurality of light beads as an example), and the fourth light emitting device may also include, for example, an LED light strip.

Optionally, the fifth receiving cavity may be disposed on a bottom surface of the main casing, and the road surface traffic light 600 further includes a bottom plate. The bottom cover covers an opening surface of the fifth receiving cavity of the main control circuit board, and an opening surface of the fifth receiving cavity cooperates with the bottom plate to form a sealed waterproof structure.

Optionally, the bottom plate is further provided with a waterproof wire hole for externally routing. Optionally, the fifth receiving cavity that houses the main control circuit board is filled with a waterproof sealing glue.

Optionally, the bottom surface of the main casing 60 is rectangular (as illustrated in FIG. 6) or square (as illustrated in FIG. 7). Of course, the bottom surface of the main casing 60 may also have other irregular shapes.

Optionally, the first side 610 and the second side 620 of the main casing are opposite sides, and the third side 630 and the fourth side 640 of the main casing are opposite to each other. side. The length of the bottom side of the first side surface and/or the second side surface is greater than or equal to the length of the bottom side of the third side surface 630 and the fourth side surface 640 of the main casing, respectively. Optionally, the first side 610 and/or the second side 620 have an area larger than an area of the third side 630 and the fourth side 640 of the main casing, respectively.

For example, as shown in FIG. 12 to FIG. 14 , FIG. 12 omits the fourth accommodating cavity 643 , the fourth protective cover 642 and the fourth illuminating light on the basis of the road surface traffic light with the wifi communication function as illustrated in FIG. 6 . The schematic diagram after the device 641, in the road-type traffic signal with wifi communication function of the architecture shown in FIG. 12, the first light-emitting device 611, the second light-emitting device 621 and the third light-emitting device 631 can respectively The main control board is connected. The first light emitting device 611, the second light emitting device 621, and the third light emitting device 631 may be independently controlled by the main control circuit board. The first light-emitting device 611, the second light-emitting device 621 and the third light-emitting device 631 may, for example, also be controlled synchronously by the master control board.

For example, as shown in FIG. 13, FIG. 13 is a view of omitting the third accommodating cavity 633, the third protective cover 632, and the third illuminating device 631 on the basis of the road surface traffic signal with wifi communication function of the architecture shown in FIG. The first light-emitting device 611 and the second light-emitting device 621 are respectively connected to the main control circuit board in the road-type traffic signal with wifi communication function. The first light-emitting device 611 and the second light-emitting device 621 can be independently controlled, for example, by the main control circuit board, and the first light-emitting device 611 and the second light-emitting device 621 can also be controlled, for example, synchronously by the main control circuit board.

For example, as shown in FIG. 14, FIG. 14 is a view of the second accommodating cavity 623, the second protective cover 622, and the second illuminating device 621 after the second accommodating cavity 623, the second protective cover 622, and the second light emitting device 621 are omitted on the basis of the road surface traffic light with the wifi communication function as shown in The first light-emitting device 6114 is connected to the main control circuit board in the road-type traffic signal with wifi communication function of the architecture shown in FIG. The first light emitting device 611 is controlled by the main control circuit board.

It can be seen that some road traffic signal lights with wifi communication function in some embodiments of the present application include: a main casing, a main control circuit board, a first light emitting device, a first protective cover, a wifi communication component, and a sixth protective cover, wherein a first receiving cavity for accommodating the first light emitting device is disposed on a first side of the main housing, the first protective cover covering an opening of the first receiving cavity accommodating the first light emitting device The first light emitting device and the wifi communication component are respectively connected to the main control circuit board, wherein the first light emitting device is controlled by the main control circuit board; the top surface of the main housing Provided on the sixth receiving cavity for accommodating the wifi communication component, part or all of the cavity wall of the sixth receiving cavity is a metal cavity wall, wherein the sixth protective cover covers the wifi communication An opening surface of the sixth receiving cavity of the component, the sixth receiving cavity being capable of beamforming a wifi signal transmitted by the wifi communication component, wherein the sixth receiving cavity is capable of transmitting the wifi communication component Wifi signal to wave Forming (such as beamforming shaping), which makes it possible for the wifi signal transmitted by the wifi communication component to have better directional conductivity, thereby enabling the above-mentioned road traffic signal with wifi communication function to be used as a specific lane The vehicle makes it possible to carry out the vehicle road interaction and makes it possible to realize the lane positioning of the vehicle by means of it. Applying such a road traffic signal to a road at a level intersection will also help improve vehicle traffic efficiency and safety controllability at the intersection.

Further, when the road traffic signal lamp with the wifi communication function includes the first light emitting device, the second light emitting device, the third light emitting device, the fourth light emitting device, the first protective cover, the second protective cover, the third protective cover, and the first a fourth protective cover, wherein the first light emitting device, the second light emitting device, the third light emitting device, and the fourth light emitting device are disposed on different sides of the main casing, and the first light emitting device, the second light emitting device, and the third light emitting device And the fourth light emitting device is independently controlled by the main control circuit board, which enables the first light emitting device, the second light emitting device, the third light emitting device and the fourth light emitting device to be controlled to emit different traffic control optical signals For example, at the same time, the first light emitting device can emit a light permitting signal, and the second light emitting device, the third light emitting device, and the fourth light emitting device can emit a forbidden light signal, and for example, at the same time, the first light emitting device and The third light emitting device can emit a light permitting signal, and the second light emitting device and the fourth light emitting device can emit a forbidden light signal. Since the optical signals emitted by the first, second, third, and fourth light-emitting devices are transmitted from different sides of the main casing, this is controlled in four directions simultaneously (ie, four It has laid a certain hardware foundation for the traffic flow to the road. If this road traffic signal is applied to the road at the intersection, it will help to further improve the vehicle traffic efficiency and safety controllability at the intersection.

Further, a certain number of road-type traffic lights with wifi communication functions provided by the embodiments of the present application can be combined to form an array of road traffic signals, and the traffic light array can be used for complex traffic control. One possible array of road traffic signals can be exemplified in Figure 15.

6 to 14 are exemplary for the shape, size, and the like of the road type traffic signal, and the shape and size of the road type traffic signal may be schematically adjusted in practical applications.

In the above embodiments, the description of the various embodiments may be different, and the parts that are not detailed in a certain embodiment may be referred to the related descriptions of other embodiments.

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  1. A road type traffic signal lamp with wifi communication function, comprising: a main casing, a main control circuit board, a first light emitting device, a first protective cover, a wifi communication component and a sixth protective cover, wherein The bottom surface area of the main casing is larger than the top surface area of the main casing; the main casing is provided with a fifth receiving cavity for accommodating the main control circuit board;
    Wherein a first receiving cavity for accommodating the first light emitting device is disposed on a first side of the main casing, the first protective cover covering the first receiving the first light emitting device An opening surface of the receiving cavity, wherein the first light emitting device and the wifi communication component are respectively connected to the main control circuit board, and the first light emitting device is controlled by the main control circuit board, the first The light signal emitted by the light emitting device can partially or completely penetrate the first protective cover; wherein a top surface of the main casing is provided with a sixth receiving cavity for accommodating the wifi communication component, the sixth a part or all of the cavity wall of the accommodating cavity is a metal cavity wall, and the sixth protective cover covers an opening surface of the sixth accommodating cavity accommodating the wifi communication component, and the sixth accommodating cavity is capable of The wifi signal transmitted by the wifi communication component is beamformed, and the wifi signal transmitted by the wifi communication component can partially or completely penetrate the sixth protective cover.
  2. The road surface traffic signal lamp according to claim 1, wherein the first protective cover is a protective cover made of tempered frosted glass.
  3. The road surface traffic signal lamp according to claim 1, wherein an opening surface of the first receiving cavity and the first protective cover cooperate to form a sealed waterproof structure.
  4. The road surface traffic signal lamp according to claim 3, wherein the bottom surface of the main casing is square or rectangular.
  5. The road surface traffic signal lamp according to claim 1, wherein the fifth receiving cavity is disposed on a bottom surface of the main casing, and the road surface traffic signal further comprises a bottom plate, wherein the floor covering is An opening surface of the fifth receiving cavity of the main control circuit board is accommodated, and an opening surface of the fifth receiving cavity cooperates with the bottom plate to form a sealed waterproof structure.
  6. The road surface traffic signal lamp according to claim 5, wherein the fifth receiving chamber in which the main control circuit board is housed is filled with a waterproof sealant.
  7. A road type traffic signal lamp according to any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein
    The road surface traffic signal further includes a second light emitting device and a second protective cover, wherein a second receiving cavity for accommodating the second light emitting device is disposed on a second side of the main casing, the second a protective cover is disposed on an opening surface of the second receiving cavity in which the second light emitting device is received, and the first light emitting device and the second light emitting device are independently controlled by the main control circuit board, The optical signal emitted by the second light emitting device can partially or completely penetrate the second protective cover.
  8. A road type traffic signal lamp according to claim 7, wherein
    The road surface traffic signal further includes a third light emitting device and a third protective cover, wherein a third receiving cavity for accommodating the third light emitting device is disposed on a third side of the main casing, the third The protective cover covers an opening surface of the third receiving cavity that accommodates the third light emitting device, and the first light emitting device, the second light emitting device, and the third light emitting device are independently controlled by the The main control circuit board, the optical signal emitted by the third light emitting device can partially or completely penetrate the third protective cover.
  9. The road surface traffic signal lamp according to claim 8, wherein the road surface traffic signal further comprises a fourth light emitting device and a fourth protective cover, wherein the fourth side of the main casing is provided with a fourth accommodating cavity of the fourth illuminating device, the fourth protective cover covering an opening surface of the fourth accommodating cavity accommodating the fourth illuminating device, the first illuminating device, the second illuminating The device, the third light emitting device, and the fourth light emitting device are independently controlled by the main control circuit board, and the optical signal emitted by the fourth light emitting device can partially or completely penetrate the fourth protective cover.
  10. A road type traffic signal lamp according to claim 9, wherein
    The first side of the main casing and the second side are opposite sides, and the third side of the main casing and the fourth side are opposite sides, The length of the bottom side of the first side and the second side is greater than or equal to the length of the bottom side of the third side and the fourth side of the main casing.
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