Traffic Sensors

Traffic Sensors

TE offers complete solutions and installation support for weigh-in motion, speed and vehicle classification/count applications.

Road Traffic Monitoring. Our RoadTrax Brass Linguini (BL) axle sensors, made with our unique PVDF (piezoelectric) cable, is suited for dynamic applications such as weigh-in-motion, speed and red light cameras, and vehicle classification and counts. The Brass Linguini (BL) axle sensors are highly accurate for speed and classification, robust, low cost, easy to install, and offer a great signal-to-noise ratio.

 

 

We also offer Sensor Line fiber optic axle sensors in North and South America. Suited for toll applications, Sensor Line uses fiber optic light-based technology instead of contact closures for improved accuracy and reliability. Sensor Line sensors can be used for static or dynamic applications, with speeds from zero to highway. The sensors are compatible with existing systems and are offered in replaceable treadle formats for easy installation in most weather conditions.

Piezoelectric Traffic Sensors

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RoadTrax BL Piezo Sensors The Roadtrax BL traffic sensor is designed for permanent or temporary installation into or onto the road surface for the collection of traffic data. The unique construction of the sensor allows direct installation into the road in a flexible format so that it can conform to the profile of the road.
RoadTrax BL Piezo Sensors
RoadTrax BL Piezo Sensors

Sensor Line Fiber Optic Traffic Sensors

Fiber optic axle sensors in North and South America. Click to download

PUR Fiber Optic Traffic Sensors The PUR fiber optics axle sensors are available for installation into asphalt or concrete roads or as a direct replacement for contact closure treadle strips. Built as a replacement for the SPZ sensors, they offer greater durability, and are easier to install.
   
EZ Treadle The EZ Treadle Sensor Line are TE’s most durable version of fiber optic axle sensors and are installed into a polymer frame. The frame can be customized with 1 – 4 sensors and made to dimensions to fit most applications including replacing the conventional steel frames that came with contact closure treadles.
   
MA-110 Optical Transmittance Analyzer The MA-110 Sensor Line is part of the family of optical transmittance analyzers (OTAs) which are used to operate the fiber optic treadles. The MA versions are analog electronics that transmit and then analyze an optical signal that is transmitted through the treadle and then triggers a solid state relay when an axle is detected. The MA-110 is designed to drive one treadle.
   
MA-210 Optical Transmittance Analyzer The MA-210 Sensor Line is an expanded version of the MA-110 which is capable of driving two treadles and also offers adjustable trigger activation levels and duration times along with built in circuitry for producing a trigger pulse.
   
MA-310 Optical Transmittance Analyzer The MA-310 Sensor Line provides all of the options found on the MA-210 but adds an additional channel for simultaneous operation of 3 treadles. Other benefits include dimensions and connection points that are identical to electronics that are used for the operation of some common contact closure treadles.
   
MD-220 Optical Transmittance Analyzer The MD-220 is a two-channel static opto-electronic interface for the Sensor Line SPZ/SPT fiber optic load sensors.  This digital interface provides added benefits such as third output for concurrent sensor activation (needed for dual tire detection) and adaptive trigger settings.
   
SPZ Fiber Optic Traffic Sensor                                      The Sensor Line SPZ traffic sensor is a fiber optic load sensor for counting axles and designed for permanent installation into asphalt or concrete roads.
MD220
MD220
EZ Treadle
EZ Treadle
MA110
MA110
SPZ Fiber Optic Traffic Sensor
SPZ Fiber Optic Traffic Sensor

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