Stand-alone people counters are great for collecting traffic counts on a “manual” basis. Whenever you want the count, you walk to the people counter, look at the display, and document the traffic. But it means a lot of walking if you want to know how busy your facility is on an hourly basis (so that you can determine staffing needs or hours of operation). And what do you do if you forget to collect the data?
If you want an automated method of counting, consider using the TotalCounterIO-RF. TheTotalCounterIO-RF counter has a built in radio to wirelessly transmit count data about 100 feet to the Sensor Network Gateway receiver attached to your PC network. Using standard web browser software, you will view the hourly, daily, weekly, monthly and yearly people count data at your PC. CSV file exports are provided.
Some of the Main Features of the TotalCounterIO RF include:
– Can provide IN and OUT count data.
– Measures across a 25 foot span.
– Wirelessly sends counts to the Sensor Network Gateway installed on the same floor. Typical wireless transmission distance of 50 to 100 feet.
– No reflector – no misalignment issues – easy to install
– Easy alignment
– Battery Type: Standard 1.5 Volt, AA Lithium. 2 per side. User replaceable.
– Silent Operation
– Mounting bracket included for ease of installation
– Sensor Dimensions: 4.5 inches x 2.75 inches x 0.9 inch deep
– Typical Operating Environment: 0 to 120 degrees F. Protected from weather.
– Typical Battery Life: 1 year
The TotalCounterIO-RF is an infrared beam-break people counter. The infrared transmitter side sends a safe and invisible infrared beam to the infrared receiver. When someone, or something, passes through this invisible beam, they “break” the beam and are counted.
The physics of a beam break people counter means that if two people walk through side-by-side, they will be counted as one. And if a group of people walk through at the same time, it is unlikely that all of them will be counted. ALL infrared beam-break and ALL infrared-reflected people counters work in the same way. On a single door entrance (typically 36″ wide), most people enter one at a time, so the counting accuracy is typical very high (93 to 95%). But on a double-door entrance – this typical accuracy can drop to 80 to 85%.
To add additional counters, contact Sales@WeCountPeople.com