Loop Detector This device, also known as a Metal Mass Detection Detector, is an electromagnetic equipment that gives output from its relays according to the density of the metal on it.

It is mostly used to detect whether there is a vehicle in the appropriate place on the asphalt during the automatic opening-closing of the sliding gate barriers or automatic ticket issuing processes in the parking lot systems.

An electromagnetic field will be created on the asphalt by connecting the 2-turn cable to be laid on the ground to the loop detector card.

Unlike other detectors, it will be sufficient to lay fewer turns of cable.

With the changes that will occur in the electromagnetic field in the cable placed on the ground, the metal density is determined and the system is activated by contacting the relays.

As 2 channels can be operated, in single channel uses, the 1st relay can be programmed in different modes to give instantaneous triggering to the 2nd relay.

  • ARM processor
  • 2 Loop Inputs
  • 2 Relays (NC-NO-COM)
  • 12-24V AC-DC Beseleme
  • Panel mounting
  • 2 buttons
  • Seven segment display
  • Low cost with fewer antenna windings
  • 100% Domestic Production
  • barriers
  • Factories
  • Ticketed parking projects

Detailed Information About Our Loop Detector Product

Loop detectors are a frequently used technology in parking systems. By monitoring the occupancy of the vehicle parking areas, it ensures that the automatic barriers are opened or closed in accordance with the entrance or exit of the vehicles. Thus, vehicle traffic is regulated and parking lot operations are made more efficient.

At the same time, the loop detector is used in integration with automatic ticket cutting systems. By detecting whether there are loops in the area where the vehicles are parked, tickets are issued to the vehicle owners automatically. This speeds up businesses’ customer service, reduces manual processes and increases productivity.

Loop detectors can be used in traffic control as well as parking systems. For example, loop detectors can be used to regulate vehicle flow at intersections or crossing points with heavy traffic . In this way, traffic signals are adjusted more effectively and the traffic flow is made more fluent.

How to Make Loop Detector Connection?

First of all, it is useful to search for the subject in the knowledge base, and you can find the product connection diagram here.

Loop detector connection is usually performed with the infrastructure on which the loop detector systems are placed. Here are the basic steps of loop detector connection:

Loop Detector Placement: First of all, a suitable place is selected for the area where the loop detectors will be placed. This is usually in areas with vehicular traffic, such as the road or parking lot. After site selection is made, a cut is made in the area for the installation of loops. This cut is usually done on asphalt.

Loop Sensor Wiring: Each of the loops where the loop is placed will have ports. These ports are usually found in loop detector boxes. Wires are passed through the attachment points of the loops and connected to the boxes.

Handling of Ports: Loop ports usually require connection to a control box or traffic control unit. The cables are plugged into the appropriate ports of the control box or traffic control unit. This loop provides the electrical connection of the detectors.

Adjustments and Tests: After the connections are completed, the loop’s adjustments are made. This step is usually performed via the control box or traffic control unit. Parameters such as the detection sensitivity and response time of the loop are adjusted. Tests are then run to verify that the system is working correctly.

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Loop Detector Prices

Loop detector prices vary depending on various factors. These factors include brand, model, features, detection sensitivity, connection method, and the number of units to purchase.

In general, a simple loop detector device can cost between $100 and $500, while models with more advanced multi-connection capabilities can cost $500 to $2000 or more.

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