Provider of wireless traffic detection and integrated data systems, Sensys Networks, has launched the Access Point Controller Card (APCC), which is the newest hardware addition to its VDS240 wireless vehicle detection universal platform. The APCC combines the ‘brains’ of the Access Point with contact closure card functionality, in the cabinet, for maximum detection flexibility and minimal power usage (less than 1W). The APCC is able to integrate with up to two digital radios (SPP) and isolator. The card: doubles sensor coverage; reduces hardware usage; and enhances communications, backhaul and data storage capabilities, with a minimal cabinet footprint. The APCC system provides enhanced flexibility for all detection applications and is well suited for large and complex intersections.
“Our first deployment of the APCC in San Francisco at O’Shaugnessy Boulevard and Portola Drive, which is a complex intersection with significant elevation differences on heavily trafficked approaches, proved highly successful in controlling the hilly intersection in frequently foggy conditions,” said Michael Volling, Sensys’ director of product management. “The addition of enhanced communications and data storage capabilities further streamlines hardware requirements, both in the street and in the cabinet.” The company has also announced the industry’s first five-year hardware warranty for advanced traffic detection products. The warranty program applies to all new shipments to its North American, Australasia, and European customers.
3 August 2011
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