The TC05-S02 stationary validator is designed to validate Swiss multiple-journey cards in UTP format, for 6 or 12 trips.
The TC05-S02 stationary validator operates autonomously. It is possible to read its operating data or configure it, without opening it up, by means of a laptop PC and a wireless link.
The TC05-S02 stationary validator is designed to validate Swiss multiple-journey cards (CMC) in UTP format, for 6 or 12 trips, with thickness ranging from 120 to 350 g/m2.
On request, TC05 validators can be configured to accept other multiple-journey ticket or card formats.
The slot of the TC05-S02 stationary validator is designed to facilitate insertion of multiple-journey cards.
A green or red indicator light tells the users the operating status of the machine.
Sensors detect card insertion, and check card orientation before validating.
The TC05-S02 stationary validator has a sober, harmonious design, created by SADAMEL and adopted by Swiss Federal Railways (CFF/SBB/FFS).
The casing of the TC05-S02 stationary validator is protected by an anti-graffiti lacquer, thereby providing very good resistance to minor vandalism.
The casing is made from thermo-lacquered stainless steel, ensuring optimum resistance to attack from the climate and corrosion.
The TC05-S02 stationary validator is available with a straight base, for ground installation, or with an elbow-shaped base, for wall installation.
The TC05-S02 stationary validator can also be installed on an old EN4300 validator base.
A PC-based service software with wireless link (IrDA) can be used to monitor TC05 validators without having to open them up or remove them from their supports.
Service personnel can easily: look up the cycle counters, request a diagnostic, control test functions, program and configure the validators…