Installing sensors for vehicle identification doesn’t have to mean digging trenches and laying cabling. Banner’s wireless alarms are smaller than a hockey puck, can be sunk into the floor with minimal construction work and function reliably and securely without cables.
Sensors for identifying vehicles at loading ramps, entrances, exits and other critical locations prevent backlogs, trigger alarms if there is a problem and ensure a smooth logistical workflow. There is very limited space in such areas to install sensors, however. With conventional systems, cables to transmit the signals have to be laid in floors and through walls, significantly increasing costs and interrupting operations. Wireless sensors keep expenses to a minimum.
The M-GAGE wireless sensor from Banner is round. To install it, you only have to drill a hole in the floor 63 mm in diameter, which it will fit into without any problem. Its sensitivity and scan frequency are configured such that it is able to identify vehicles faultlessly and trigger the designated actions promptly.
The M-GAGE system is primarily designed for vehicle identification from ground level. It is ideally suited for use outdoors, and will not be confused by changeable weather conditions. The recognition technology is based on 3-axis magnetic resistance. It registers changes in the earth’s magnetic field when a metallic mass is nearby. The sensor compensates for the slight fluctuations in the earth’s magnetic field while it is inactive. Power consumption is minimal: the built-in battery has a lifespan of 5 years.
Alongside M-GAGE, Banner is also developing wireless sensors for a multitude of other applications. For example, ultrasonic sensors that can be mounted on the ceiling, which can identify occupied spaces in parking garages.
In order to find a vehicle identification solution tailored specifically to your needs even under difficult local conditions, you need to get on the wire to Bachofen. We can provide you with a comprehensive, personalised consultation regarding the latest Banner technologies.