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Point Sensor IR Counter: Side, Front and Dual Beam

Point Sensor IR Counter: Side, Front and Dual Beam

Part Number:PS-COUNTER-SFD

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Price:$539.95
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  • 25 - 99
  • $512.95
  • 100+
  • $485.96

  • IR beam-interrupt 24-bit People Counter
  • Battery operated for a truly wireless installation
  • Side, Front, or Dual IR Beam (user selectable)
  • Low or High Power IR Range (user selectable)
  • Radio interface operates with all 418 MHz Point Six Receivers
  • Unique serial number embedded in radio data packets
  • Integrated 6-digit LCD display indicating total counts
  • Up to 25 Ft. IR transmission range
  • CRC-16 error checked radio data packets
  • Counts beam interruptions and total beam interrupt duration
  • 3.5” X 1.75 X 1.0” ABS enclosures 
  • Energy managed low power modes for long battery life
  • Optional flush mount bracket
  • Complies with part 15 of the FCC rules 
  • User replaceable batteries

The 3003-01 IR Counter is a battery operated infrared beam People Counter with a 418 MHz radio transmitter. The sensor consists of two parts; the IR transmitter and the IR receiver. The IR receiver has an integrated 6-digit LCD counter and a radio transmitter for truly wireless installation and operation. The IR trans-mitter produces 24 pulses of high intensity IR each second across a distance of up to 25 feet. The nature of these IR pulses is such that the IR receiver can distinguish them from any other source of IR. This characteristic allows the IR sensor to operate in almost any environment without interference from ambient lighting.

Configuration of the counter is accomplished by using a paperclip or small screwdriver in the configuration ports lo-cated on both the IR transmitter and IR receiver. A quick press and release of the configuration button on the IR trans-mitter unit will provide an indication of the current mode of the IR Transmitter (Side Low, Side High, Front Low, Front High). Low Power mode is indicated by a solid LED and High Power mode is indicated by a flashing LED. Pressing and holding the configuration button will allow the user to select a new operating mode by releasing the configuration button when the LED indicates the desired mode. A quick press and release of the configuration button on the IR re-ceiver side will provide and indication of the current mode and the count value (as long as it is in a count mode). Pressing and holding the button will allow the user to select the desired counter mode (Side, Front, Dual, or Off).

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