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Classifying vehicles when passing through barriers

If buses are allowed to park for free at a parking lot, but cars are not, the barrier needs to be able to differentiate between the two. This can be done by using a 2D laser scanner which measures the length of vehicles wanting to pass through. If the vehicle is over a certain length, the barrier opens automatically. Otherwise, the driver must take a ticket to enter.

  • Following product families can be used
    Product family Free Flow Profiler
    The benchmark for automated measurement of vehicles
    • Automated and precise measurement, even in bad weather
    • Remote access to the Free Flow Profiler via a web browser
    • Event logging and monitoring of the Free Flow Profiler system status
    • Communication of measured vehicle data via TCP/IP interface
    Product family LMS1xx
    Compact and economical, even in harsh environments
    • Efficient and cost-effective 2D LiDAR sensors for measuring ranges of up to 50 m
    • Outstanding performance whatever the weather, thanks to multi-echo technology and intelligent algorithms
    • Rugged, compact housing with enclosure rating up to IP 67, integrated heating, and a temperature range of –40 °C to +60 °C
    • Variants for security applications with relay outputs and VdS certification available
    • Measurement data output via Ethernet interface in real time
    • Number of digital outputs can be expanded via external CAN modules
    Product family TIC502
    The benchmark in non-contact vehicle classification
    • Highly precise classification in up to 30 different vehicle classes
    • Reliable in free-flowing and stop-and-go traffic
    • Web-based user interface
    • Works in all climate zones (–40 °C ... +60 °C) thanks to expanded temperature range
    • Data history of the last 50 vehicles detected
    • Can be extended to include the axle counting function
    Product family TiM5xx
    Complete measurement accuracy
    • Monitoring area of up to 1,470 m² with just one sensor
    • High ambient light tolerance due to HDDM technology
    • Rugged housing with up to an IP 67 enclosure rating
    • Low power consumption (typ. 4 W)
    • Compact design with a housing height of just 86 mm maximum
    • Integrated Ethernet interface
    • Long sensing range of up to max. 25 m
    • Industry-standard design and M12 male connector
    Product family TIC102
    Reliable vehicle classification and axle counting
    • Highly precise vehicle classification and axle counting in all traffic conditions
    • Reliable in free-flowing and stop-and-go traffic
    • Detection of lane changers
    • Detection of up to 30 different vehicle classes
    • Time synchronization with external systems
    • Easy to install and commission
  • Following products can be used
    1080182
    TiM3xx
    2D LiDAR sensors
    • Application: Outdoor
    • Integrated application: Field evaluation with flexible fields
    • Measurement principle: HDDM
    • Working range: 0.05 m ... 10 m
    • Aperture angle: Horizontal (270°)
    • Angular resolution: 0.33°
    • Number of field sets: 16
    • Digital outputs: 3 (NPN, additional 1 x “Device Ready”)
    • Electrical connection: 1 x “Ethernet” connection, 4-pin M12 female connector, 1 x connection “Power”, 12-pin, M12 male connector, 1 x Micro USB female connector, type B
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    1071399
    TiM3xx
    2D LiDAR sensors
    • Application: Outdoor
    • Integrated application: Field evaluation with flexible fields
    • Measurement principle: HDDM
    • Working range: 0.05 m ... 10 m
    • Aperture angle: Horizontal (270°)
    • Angular resolution: 0.33°
    • Number of field sets: 16
    • Digital outputs: 3 (PNP, additional 1 x “Device Ready”)
    • Electrical connection: 1 x “Ethernet” connection, 4-pin M12 female connector, 1 x connection “Power”, 12-pin, M12 male connector, 1 x Micro USB female connector, type B
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