Selectable Permanent Presence– Using this feature, the output of the presence relay will be maintained for an indefinite period, thereby eliminating premature barrier/gate/door closure and possible vehicle damage.
Loop Isolation Protection– The loop isolation transformer provides protection against lightning and transient damage and allows for operation with a single point to ground sensor loops.
Loop Frequency Indication– The possibility of crosstalk (interference) between adjacent loops/detectors can be determined by an integral indication, and eliminated by changing the frequency settings.
Automatic Sensitivity Boost (ASB)– This feature facilitates the reliable detection of large truck-trailer combinations and high-bed vehicles by automatically boosting the sensitivity to maximum on detection of a vehicle
ASN reader is an integrated fixed UHF reader with an adjustable high reading range of 0- 15 meters. These readers operate in 865- 867 MHz frequency range. With multiple tag capability, these sophisticated readers are extremely useful for multiple applications in various industry verticals. These readers are integrated with an antenna to read RFID tags and are connected to PC by an Ethernet cable through which data read by the readers are transferred to the PC and managed and manipulated further. This reader is primarily intended for track-side installations in asset tracking applications, This all-weather ruggedized UHF readers can be used indoor or outdoor and in all kinds of environments. These readers are highly recommended for even logistics, access control, electronic security, manufacturing automation, inventory management, vehicle tracking applications, etc.
Power supply: …………………….…………..220Va.c.10% 50Hz
Minimum opening time: ………………….1 sec,4 sec and 6 sec
Boom length: …………………………………up to 3 meters to 6meters max.
Variable message sign showing people driving where parking spaces are available. Parking guidance and information (PGI) systems, or car park guidance systems, present drivers with dynamic information on parking within controlled areas. The systems combine traffic monitoring, communication, processing and variable message sign technologies to provide the service.
Modern parking lots utilize a variety of technologies to help motorists find unoccupied parking spaces, car location when returning to the vehicle and improve their experience. This includes adaptive lighting sensors and parking space led indicators (red for occupied, green for available and blue is reserved for the disabled; above every parking space), and indoor positioning system (IPS).