InnoTrans is the leading international trade fair for transport technology and after a break of four years due to Covid-19 TSL-ESCHA will show some new products and developments.
The focus of the products of TSL-ESCHA is on simple, intuitive operation and clear recognition in order to make bus and train travel uncomplicated and safe, especially for people with reduced mobility. The products were developed according to the market requirements of the transport companies and the needs of passengers.
In more than 35 years of developing and manufacturing push buttons, TSL-ESCHA has gained a lot of experience. Great importance is also attached to the continuous further development of the products in order to always keep up with the times. At InnoTrans in September, for example, the company will be presenting a new touchless version of the proven CK push button. An interesting solution, especially in times of Covid-19. The CK touchless is activated by the approach of the hand via a sensor. This is the first joint project between TSL-ESCHA and MAFELEC. Since November 2021, TSL has been part of the MAFELEC TEAM, a French group of companies. The same technology is already integrated in MAFELEC’s M-Door GM push button. The CK touchless is the only push button on the railway market with a two-in-one solution. On the one hand, the door can be opened contactlessly via the sensor. On the other hand, the passenger still has the possibility to perform the door opening process via the tactile touch surface.
Railway-News magazine Issue 5, November 2021: TSL-ESCHA - A New Universal Lighting Concept for Railway Vehicles.
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TSL-ESCHA is turning blue and has unveiled a new logo, celebrating becoming part of MAFELEC TEAM in November 2021.
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TSL-ESCHA is now launching the next generation of signal lights: the SLE161 and SLE162 replace the previous SLE160.
The PK push button series has been in reliable and proven use in buses and trains for decades: now with modern and optimized design.
The proven EL50 series from TSL-ESCHA is now extended by two new beam characteristics with clear and diffuse covers.
Well over 10,000 products from the German company TSL-ESCHA are installed on the 14 different Metro Moscow lines.
TSL-ESCHA's door opening push button PK52 is now available for installation in glass doors of buses and trains.
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