SensMax DE outdoor people counter for parks and walking trails. Bidirectional. Battery life up to 1 year.
SensMax DE is a bidirectional infrared beam people counting sensor used as a standalone pedestrian counter in no electricity and no internet public areas, like parks or walking trails. It creates an invisible barrier with three infrared beams that count pedestrians passing it.
The outdoor people counting sensor recording the number of passing pedestrians into internal memory that is enough to store up to 150 days of hourly data. There is a need to visit the sensor and download people counting statistics using manual data collector SensMax SE/DE, which can store the data from up to 99 outdoor people counting sensors.
You can download pedestrian counting statistics to a local PC with SensMax EasyReport software installed on it by connecting the data collector via USB port. All data from outdoor people counters will automatically append previous statistics. SensMax Easy report software contains ready-to-use pedestrian traffic reports per hour, day, week, month, and year.
Application: Counting pedestrians outdoor, people coutning outdoor , pedestrian counting in parks, footfall counting outdoor, people counting in non-elecricity areas, pedestrian counting on walking trails, footfall counting outdoor
People counting technology: Three infrared beam crossing.
Movement tracking: Bi-directional IN/OUT
Internal memory: 150 days of hourly data.
Connectivity range: IrDA, 1m.
Case: Black ABS Plastic + additionally outdoor housing with IP-68 protection
Counting accuracy: 95% 2m, >2m -1%/m
Passage width: Optimal 1m – 5m, maximum – 9m.
GDPR/Privacy law: Anonymous people detection, 100% compliant, no filming.
Infrared ray angle: Three beams, 6°.
Fixture: Double-sided adhesive tape, plastic mounting bracket, screws
Data collection: Manual footfall data collector SensMax SE/DE.
Power supply: AA batteries, up to 1 year.
Dimensions: 67x67x25 mm.