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Bluetooth earphone Vehicle Loop Detector,pd132 Single Channel In

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Product description

Features:
Selectable Pulse Time: This feature sets the length of time that the pulse relay will be energized for 1 Second or 0.5 Seconds
Pulse Relay Selection: The Pulse Relay may be configured to energize on detection of a vehicle or when the vehicle leaves the loop
Sensitivity Boost : This feature sets the undetected level to maximum sensitivity and is used to prevent loss of detection of high-bed vehicles
Switch Selectable Sensibility: 4 sensitivity setting are available on the switches to allow flexibility in configuration
Switch Selectable Frequency: 4 frequency settings are available to prevent cross-talk between adjacent loops
Filter Option: This option is used to provide a delay between detection of the vehicle and switching of the output relay . This relay is normally used to prevent false detection of small or fast moving objects
Permanent Presence Option : This feature ensure detection of the vehicle will be maintained when the vehicle is parked over the loop for extended periods.
Specifications:
Model: PD132 (English version)
Power Voltage: 220VAC
Power: 4.5W
Output relays:240V/5A
Operating temperature:-20~65°C
Storage temperature:-40~85°C
Frequency range:20 kHz to 170 kHz
Temperature compensation:50°C/ h
Reaction time:10ms
Signal holding time:Unlimited/limited
SensitivityHigher:0.02%, high:0.05%, low:0.1%, lower:0.5%
Loop inductance:Total loop plus connection wiring:50μH to 1000μH. Ideal is 100μH to 300μH
Loop connection wiring:200 meters long. The total resistance is less than 80hm, twisted at least 20 times per meter
Relative humidity:lt;;90%No condensation
Weight:283g
Package included:
1* Vehicle Loop Detector
1* User Manual

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