|This standalone vehicle sensor is installed on the floor or ground at the rear of a parking space, and uses reflected ultrasonic waves to determine whether a vehicle is present.
Whereas its predecessor, the EP-I, required a separate control board, the EP-II is capable of determining by itself whether a vehicle is parked in a parking space.
- Standalone detection
Equipped with a single-chip microcomputer, the sensor is capable of detecting vehicles by itself.
All it needs is a power supply.
- Customization of detection conditions
The detection requirements and other settings can be altered using a special tool and personal computer, making it easily configurable according to purpose of use.
- Suitable for outdoor use
Like the EP-I, the EPI-II has a splash-proof aluminum outer casing, making it suitable for use outdoors.
By changing the program, the EP-II can be used for a variety of purposes. (Please contact us for details regarding the additional cost of development of other programs.)
- Open collector output
Output is in the easily handled open collector format.
Operation of relay and LEDs can be easily operated.
|The EP-II offers a simple and convenient way of detecting use of small numbers of parking spaces.
It is also suitable for a range of other uses when used in combination with other equipment.
(One present use is as a drive-through vehicle sensor at fast-food restaurants.)