TMS-Net Microwave Radar

The TMS-NET microwave radar is designed to collect traffic data and transmit it to a data collector for further processing. Each measurement consists of the speed, length, and time of detection of the vehicle.  Compact and light, the TMS-Net Microwave Radar is easy to install and doesn’t require civil works, nor traffic disruption.

The TMS-Net is best suited for permanent applications such as single lanes or gantries.

Benefits

  • No maintenance
  • Delivered ready to install, i.e. including waterproof housing, power and communication cable and universal fixing support
  • Communication interface RS232 or RS485
  • Large choice of antennas, allowing different installation type: gantry or side of the road, height up to 10 m
  • Transmitted data: time in and out of the detection lobe, speed, length and direction

Efficient Reliability

  • Fully weather protected housing
  • Extended operating temperature range: from –40°C to + 75°C (-40°F to 167°F)
  • Environmental insensitivity: dust, heat, intense cold, and humidity have no influence on the radar’s performances.
  • Installation above ground

Features

  • Accurate and reliable
  • Cost effective 
  • Above ground technology
  • Operation under all weather conditions

System Operation

Through software, without opening of the radar.

  • Sensitivity
  • Minimum and maximum speed threshold for detection
  • Unit for speed measurement: km/h or mph
  • Time between measurement

 

Specifications:

Frequency:
K-Band : 24.125 Ghz
Range of Detected Speed:
From 15 to 250 km/h (9.3 to 155.34 mph)
Protection Level:
IP65
Power Supply:
10-60 V DC
Power Consumption:
< 1 VA
Transmitted Power:
< 5 mW
Operating temperature range:
From –40°C to +75°C (-40°F to 167°F)
Dimensions (Metric):
L 220 x W 180 x D 90 mm (excl. bracket)
Dimensions (Imperial):
L 8.66” x W 7.08” x D 3.54” (excl. bracket)
Accuracy:
Speed: 98 %, Counting: 98 %, Length: +/- 1 m (+/- 3.2’)
Interface:
RS232 (option : RS485)

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