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Wholesale Manufacturer of Directional LED Signs & Signals

History

Time Line

1928-
1998
Roots of the family business went through many development stages before settling into two major product divisions
In 1954 originated the neon, dual message drive-thru lane controller for the banking industry
1999
Signal-Tech started in order to focus on Illuminated Traffic Control Signs & Signals
2000
Signal-Tech developed and marketed LED Open/Closed signs
2001
718 Open Closed Sign was perfected, using superimposed messages, and marketed primarily to financial institution
2002
The LED Light Engines were created and our LED traffic controllers went into production
2003
  • VMS signs were developed for a special order in the parking industry
  • As a result of the development in VMS, our 7-segment signs (Time & Temperature and Space Available Signs) were created and marketed
  • Signal-Tech received a patent for our Zeron®, which had been developed because of dissatisfaction with available sunscreen options for our signs
  • Signal-Tech developed and sold the first backlit LED signs
2006
  • RedStorm™ Parking Space Counting System, an advanced wireless differential counter for parking lots and garages, began development
  • Custom Products Metal Fabrication was purchased as a sister company, giving Signal-Tech the ability to offer more flexibility with custom cabinets and mounting options
2007
2008
Trans-Tech was created as a division of Signal-Tech to handle the large format signs required for the transportation industry
2010
Signal-Tech expanded production and warehousing capabilities
2011
  • Discontinued TC (neon) and TCU (incandescent) series signs and CGS
  • Developed and sold Phenix series signs, backlit LED signs for outdoor usage
2013
  • Introduced the SBL and SBLF Slimline Series of LED backlit signs.
  • Consolidated the Trans-Tech and Signal-Tech businesses under the Signal-Tech name
  • Through the consolidation expanded the Signal-Tech product offering to include LED signs for Highway Lane Control and Railroad Crossing safety industries.