Automatic Warning System. A device which indicates the position of a distant signal , or colour light signal, in the cab of a locomotive, and applies the brakes if a caution indication is not acknowledged.
Automatic Warning System. A system provided to drivers to give an audio visual indication in the cab of the status of the signal ahead. In the UK this system briefly works as follows; As the train approaches the signal it passes over a ramp between the rails, in which are placed two electromagnets (or a permanent magnet and an electromagnet). If the signal is green both magnets are detected by a receiver mounted between the axles. This causes a bell to ring and a warning disk shows a black aspect. If the signal is anything other than a green, only one magnet is detected which sounds a horn and a black and yellow aspect is shown. In this case the driver needs to accept the warning by pressing a button, otherwise the brakes will be automatically applied to stop the train.
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