|Supply voltage:||220V AC , 115V AC,24VDC/AC,12V DC/AC||Storage temperature:||-40°C to +85°C|
|Output relays:||240V/5A||Voltage tolerance DC:||±15%|
|Size Of Housing:||78x36x85 Mm||Reaction Time::||100ms|
Inductive Vehicle Loop Detector for Car Parking Management System
The WSTV-410 is a single channel inductive loop detector designed for parking and access control applications.
The detector is connected to an inductive loop mounted in the road surface. When vehicles pass over the loop the detector switches on an output.
The use of microprocessor and surface mount technology enables a large number of functions to be incorporated into a small package.
The WSTV-410 is compatible with most single channel detectors on the market and is easy to set-up and install.
|Supply voltage AC||220V, 110V, 24V, 12V|
|Supply voltage DC||24V, 12V|
|Sensitivity||adjustable in 3 increments (high .medium. low)|
|Operating temperature||-20°C to +65°C|
|Storage temperature||-40°C to +85°C|
|Frequency range||20 kHz to 170 kHz|
|Loop inductance||Ideal:80μH to 300μH|
|(incl. conn. wiring)||max:50μH to500μH|
|Loop connection||<5m optimal|
|Loop connection wiring||Maximum length 200 meters|
|Twisted at least 20 times per meter|
|Dimensions||36 x74x85 mm|
Loop detectors are used wherever vehicles have to be detected. Like monitoring and safe guarding access ways to counting vehicles. The output signal can be used for controlling door and gate drive mechanisms, operating barriers, controlling traffic light systems in car parks or activating card dispensers in car parks.
The WSTV-410 is a single channel inductive loop detectors. The principle is based on a change in the inductance within the loop which is caused by the metallic components of passing vehicles. The changes are picked up and evaluated by a microprocessor. Ease of use thanks to automatic calibration when the operating voltage is applied.
Single channel inductive loop detectors
Principle is based on change in inductance within loop which is caused by metallic components of passing vehicles
Changes are picked up and evaluated by a microprocessor, easy to use due to automatic calibration when operating voltage is applied
Used wherever vehicles have to be detected, like monitoring and safe guarding access ways for counting vehicles
Output signal can be used for controlling door and gate drive mechanisms, road barriers, controlling traffic light systems in car parks or activating card dispensers in car parks