People Counter Instruction &
Classic Wireless Beams
The Trafsys Beams are easy to setup and maintain. They can communicate wirelessly to a MIU-1000 through a 4.9 repeater interface. Each beam set is identified by a unique serial number, which is embedded in every data packet sent to the MIU-1000.
Wireless Directional Beams
The Trafsys Directional Wireless Beams provide a simple way to track the direction of people passing through a given area. The beams communicate wirelessly to either an MIU-1000 or MIU-1500 data controller. Each beam set is uniquely identified by a serial number that is stamped into each of the transmitted packets to the data controller.
The Traf-Sys Thermal Sensor is designed to count people moving through a specific area by detecting body heat from each person and generating a number each time a person crosses a “count line” which can be customized by the installer.
The Traf-Sys Wired Beam Sensors are designed to work with the RS485 interface of the MIU-1000 data controller. Traf-Sys Wired Beam Sensors can measure directional traffic and are mounted on each side of a doorway with a horizontal detection pattern.
Surround Sensor traffic counting systems are designed to collect accurate foot traffic data in swinging door entrance applications. The Surround door counter sensor has a built in microprocessor (smart chip) for greater accuracy and is unaffected by lighting conditions.
Directional Wireless Outdoor Beams
Traf-Sys Directional Wireless Outdoor Beams are a tamper-proof outdoor version of our Directional Wireless Beams. They are battery powered and transmit data over a wireless connection to the MIU-1000 data controller. Directional traffic detection enables these sensors to measure both inbound and outbound people counting statistics.
Z-Series People Counters
The Traf-Sys/Walker Wireless Z-Series Wireless Infrared People Counters provide a simple and elegant, yet effective way to track foot traffic through a given area or entrance. The counter consists of two parts, a transmitter and receiver, and determines traffic based using infrared beam breaks; upon beam break, the LCD counter will increment and the person will be counted as having passed through your monitored area/entrance.