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Used for intersection control, the unit interfaces with a traffic-control cabinet and outputs signals when vehicles are present in user-defined zones. Zones are created using an X-Y coordinate system, and operation is verified and optimized using a laptop with Internet Explorer 6.0 (or greater) as part of the installation process.
Allows users to create up to eight detection zones and assign vehicle presence in these zones to up to four outputs to the control cabinet (e.g. left turn, straight through, right turn). Detection zones can be created at a maximum distance of 425 feet from the sensor itself and will track the presence of a vehicle in a detection zone for a predetermined time. For each sensor, one TCIB Interface Board (459-00004, see below) is required to communicate with the control cabinet.
- Detection not affected by weather; immune to sunrise/sunset and post-rain glare
- Not susceptible to in-road breakage
- Multiple lanes covered by a single unit
- Advance/stop bar detection in a single unit
- Easily installs to corner pole
- Successfully detects bicycles/motorcycles
- Significant cost savings compared to camera-mounting requirements or multiple loops
- No privacy concerns
- Classifies bicycles as they approach a red light, allowing users to establish bicycle-only detection zones
- Graphically track vehicles as they approach the intersection
- Easily set up detection zones to provide programmable inputs to a control cabinet
- Verify the system is functioning correctly and troubleshoot