This selection combines the TotalCounterOH with the CountRecorder Data Logger to provide a one-year display of Hourly, Daily and Monthly Counts.
The TotalCounterOH installs on the ceiling over the entrance and incorporates state-of-the-art passive infrared (PIR) sensor technology with wireless convenience for detecting infrared energy emitted by objects, when in motion, within a given detection area. This unit is not affected by sunlight, car headlights, reflections, shadows, or colors. The accuracy should be similar to an IR beam break counter.
The TotaICounterOH sensor is battery-operated and wirelessly sends its count data to a remote receiver. This receiver has a volume-controlled CHIME. The CountRecorder DATA LOGGER attaches to this receiver. So you install the one-piece sensor on the ceiling over the entrance and view the HOURLY, DAILY and MONTHLY counts at your desk.
The TotalCounterOH does not separate the IN and OUT the counts so it will be necessary to divide the display count by two.
Some of the Main Features of the TotalCounterOH include:
- Remote DATA LOGGER Display of hourly, daily, and monthly counts.
- FCC Approved wireless communication from sensor to display/chime up to 500 feet away.
- AC-powered receiver with 5 foot power cord.
- No reflector – no infrared receiver – no misalignment issues – easy to install.
- Battery Type for sensor: Three, Standard 1.5 Volt, AA Alkaline. User replaceable. 12 month battery life.
- Silent Operation or Volume Controlled CHIME
- Mounting bracket and screws included for ease of installation.
- Sensor Dimensions: 4.5 inches x 2.75 inches x 1 inch deep
- Typical Operating Environment: 0 to 120 degrees F. Protected from weather.
- Typical Battery Life: 12 months
The physics of all infrared people counters 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%.
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