Inductive Vehicle Detector


How does it work?


The principle of operation of the equipment consists of the detection of a metallic mass by means of the measurement of inductance of a detection coil. The coil is part of an oscillator circuit that generates a magnetic field. When this field is crossed by a vehicle, the oscillator frequency changes. This variation is detected by a microprocessor circuit that determines, based on the equipment configuration, if the exit signal must be generated.

  • Microcontroller.
  • 1 or 2 channels.
  • Switching power supply.
  • 4 settable sensibility levels.
  • 4 settable frequency levels.
  • Optoisolated, relay, transistor or digital outputs (TTL).
  • Safe output in case of failure.
  • Channel multiplexing.
  • Advanced failure analysis.
  • Auto-tuning.
  • Output while present
  • Drift compensation due to environmental fluctuations
  • Toll stations
  • Automatic barriers
  • Intelligent traffic lights
  • Traffic Access Control
  • Vehicle counting
  • Speed measurements
  • Traffic flow's direction
  • MODELS OUTPUTS CHANNELS
    ID1-RL-0-NA-P Normally Open Relay 1
    ID2-RL-0-NA-P Normally Open Relay 2
    ID1-TR-0-NOFF-P Transistor Normally OFF 1
    ID2-TR-0-NOFF-P Transistor Normally OFF 2
    ID1-OP-0-NOFF-P Optoisolated Normally OFF 1
    ID2-OP-0-NOFF-P Optoisolated Normally OFF 2